EECS Student Lounges, Room 36-113 and Room 38-201

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The new EECS Undergraduate Student Lounge on its opening day, Oct. 7, 2014.

The EECS Undergraduate Student Lounge, Room 36-113, is a space meant for EECS undergraduate students to meet, socialize, study and hang out. The space includes two reservable conference rooms available for small student groups (up to 8 each) to meet for project planning, etc.

Please note these basic rules for Room 36-113:

  • Be courteous to others while using the rooms.
  • Keep the rooms clean. Pick up after yourself.
  • Use the rooms calendar if you need to reserve one of the two undergraduate conference rooms, which are limited to groups of three to eight people.

 

A second student lounge for all EECS Students is located in 38-201. This lounge, which was renovated in the spring of 2017, is available for studying, group use, and relaxation. 

Access to both rooms is via your MIT ID card. If you're a Course 6 undergraduate or MEng student and can't access the lounges, please email Anne Hunter, anneh@mit.edu.