Main Department Contacts


    Our department’s main phone number is (617) 253-4600.



    Our mailing address is: 77 Massachusetts Ave., 38-401, Cambridge, MA 02139

    Our physical address (for GPS navigation) is: 50 Vassar St., 4th Floor (38-401), Cambridge, MA 02139

    You can also find us using the MIT Maps page.


    hours of operation

    Typically, we’re open from 8 AM – 5 PM Monday through Friday; however, during COVID, campus access restrictions are in place. Please visit MIT Now for up-to-date information.

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    Contacts for admissions


    Prospective undergraduate students must apply through MIT Admissions. Current undergrads may contact


    Prospective graduate students can learn about admission from our Graduate page, by emailing, or by calling the EECS Graduate office at (617) 253-4603.

    Contact the four research labs

    Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL)  (617) 253-5851

    Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems (LIDS)  (617)-253-2142

    Microsystems Technology Laboratories (MTL)  (617) 253-3978

    Research Laboratory of Electronics (RLE) (617) 253-2519

    Contacts for media inquiry

    Journalists seeking information about EECS, or interviews with EECS faculty members, should email

    Please note that the EECS Communications Office only handles media inquiries related to MIT’s Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science. Please visit other school, department, laboratory, or center websites to locate their dedicated media-relations teams.

    Contacts for recruitment

    Companies and organizations interested in forming recruitment relationships with EECS students should visit the EECS Alliance to learn more.

    Those interested in broad recruitment across the MIT community can connect with Career Advising & Professional Development (CAPD).

    Finally, if you are interested in sharing job openings, paid internships, event listings, or job opportunities with the EECS undergraduate community, consider sharing with our listserv!