II (17). Improper Use of Institute Property

MIT prohibits improper use of Institute property or facilities, including offices, labs, residence halls, and other physical spaces, keys/key cards, computers, telephones, and other equipment or tangible property. Examples of improper uses include without limitation vandalism, damage, or destruction of items or physical spaces; entering into restricted or private areas without authorization; uses intended for personal financial gain; engaging in illegal activities; or using Institute property in a manner that violates other MIT policies.