The MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing, launched in 2018 to address the opportunities and challenges of the computing age, is slated to move into its new Vassar Street home in 2023.
By design, the building will increase opportunities for collaboration, with offices and research labs for new and existing faculty and visiting scholars. A 250-seat lecture hall, a 60-seat classroom, and tutoring suites will host students and visitors from across the Institute. The building will also include MIT’s newest event space, eight stories up, drawing guests from the campus community and beyond. Located in the center of the Vassar Street block at the heart of campus, the building will sit at a busy intersection of MIT’s intellectual traffic that brings together the college, multiple academic disciplines, and the bustling innovation community of Kendall Square. The location reflects the important role that computing plays at MIT.
Your philanthropic support will help us achieve the promise of the Schwarzman College of Computing Building for the entire MIT community. Naming opportunities start at $100,000. Gifts of all levels are deeply appreciated. Yet to be raised: $76M.
View a complete list of current capital fundraising priorities.
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