Pilot 2021 (in Senior House)

Building E2
70 Amherst Street
Cambridge, MA 02142

Pilot 2021 (in Senior House)

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Facility Information

Facility Information: 

Capacity: 130

Coed: yes

Room Types: Singles-93%; Doubles-7%

Cost per semester: $4,970 - $4,390

House Tax: $75

Dining Program: cook-for-yourself community

Smoking: no

Carpeting: all rooms

Air Conditioning: yes

Shuttle Stop: yes

Elevators: yes

Pets: no pets except fish

Shuttle Stop: yes

Style of Building: suite and corridor style

Click here for Full Housing Grid

Dining Information

Dining Information: 

In this cook-for-yourself community, you have a new option for helping you eat well: a fresh approach featuring food kits with recipes and ingredients to make seven healthy meals each week at a more economical price of $2,500 per year. Additionally, you can use the plan's built in dining dollars in the community pantry, or for late-night meals at a new cafe in Walker Memorial, opening this fall. Also, you can choose to opt into a convenient MIT Dining plan, or buy your own groceries.

Body: 
You can be part of something new. Something totally different, but also welcoming and wonderful.
 
It's called Pilot 2021. A community of students and noted faculty who share a passion for academics and personal development grounded in a commitment to wellbeing. Pilot 2021 is founded on three principles:
  • Career Exploration: Are you ready to step into a world of extraordinary and varied learning opportunities? That exploration can lead you down unexpected paths where academic and career passions can be discovered. In Pilot 2021, interacting with outstanding faculty from across MIT is integral to the experience, helping you learn about options for your major and career.
  • Food & Cooking: In this cook-for-yourself community, you have a new option for helping you eat well: a fresh approach featuring food kits with recipes and ingredients to make seven healthy meals each week at a more economical price of $2,500 per year. Additionally, you can use the plan's built in dining dollars in the community pantry, or for late-night meals at a new cafe in Walker Memorial, opening this fall. Also, you can choose to opt into a convenient MIT Dining plan, or buy your own groceries.
  • Mind & Body Wellness: Whether you're into yoga or training for a Spartan race, activity is key to managing stress and staying healthy. Pilot 2021's wellness pass incorporates in-residence fitness sessions, discounts on group exercise and personal training, and a limited number of reserved spots for popular extreme physical education classes that grant points towards your physical education requirement. You can also travel with your community on skiing, camping, or hiking adventures.
Help to chart the course for this new community, and be among the first to experience a new way of living at MIT in Pilot 2021!
 

Meet the House Teams

Jay Scheib (Head of House)
Kristen Covino (Associate Head of House)
  • Senior House front exterior
  • Lounge in Senior House
  • Senior House exterior in spring