A Safe Return to Campus

Together, we’re committed to tackling Covid-19 the MIT way – by standing with the science, working the problem, and modeling the solution for our community and beyond.

May 2, 2022: Updated Policy Highlights

  1. Masks: Due to the increase in cases on campus, effective immediately, masks are strongly encouraged indoors across campus. 

  2. Testing: Covid testing is available on demand for anyone in Covid Pass who needs or wants it. Please be sure to test:
    - when you have symptoms;
    - when you are in an elevated-risk situation, such as after recent travel, gatherings, or known exposure to someone who has tested positive for Covid; or
    - when you plan to be in a situation that may expose others, such as before traveling, attending large gatherings, or interacting with those who are at elevated risk of severe Covid.

  3. Attestations: Daily health attestations are not required for campus access as of March 14.
  4. Visitors: Campus access remains restricted to members of the MIT community who are up to date on their Covid vaccinations or have an approved exemption; others must either be accompanied by a Covid Pass holder or have a Tim Ticket.
  5. Eating on Campus: Eating is permitted indoors on campus except in classrooms during class. 

Please visit MIT Now for complete details

We will continue to monitor the situation and make changes as needed. Note:  These guidelines are subject to change. Please bookmark and visit MIT Now for the latest information.

If you experience any issues with campus access, please contact the MIT Return to Campus team at sloan-access-support@mit.edu.