What you need to know

Current members of the MIT community including administrative staff, faculty, or signatories recognized by the Association of Student Activities (ASA), can reserve Registrar classrooms on an ad-hoc basis throughout the academic year using our Classrooms@MIT app. We do not accept reservations for personal use. You can use QuickRoom to find open classrooms around campus when you need to hold an impromptu meeting or study session.

Some key points to remember:

  • View classroom availability based on final schedules beginning the second week of the fall and spring terms and the first week of IAP and summer terms on Classrooms@MIT.
  • You can submit ad-hoc classroom requests up to one year in advance.
  • Review our classroom reservations timeline to learn about our process and timeframe for confirming ad hoc requests.
  • Reservations for events taking place Monday through Friday between 8 AM and 6 PM are subject to change if an academic class needs the space. If that occurs, we will attempt to provide an alternate location for you.
  • All reservations are subject to the Classroom Rules of Use.

What you need to do

  • Go to Classrooms@MIT to view inventory, browse room features, and request space.
  • We will review your request and send you an email confirmation when the classroom is assigned.
  • For future terms, requests will reside in queue in accordance with our reservations timeline.
  • Check the status of your reservation under “My Requests” in Classrooms@MIT.
  • Review the Event Registration Criteria and complete the MIT Event Registration form, if required.