II (25). Unauthorized Access

MIT prohibits students from being present in any Institute area or property or in any area of Institute-approved housing that is posted to prohibit unauthorized access, that is locked to prohibit unauthorized access, or that a reasonable individual knows or should know is considered a private and/or unauthorized area.

Examples of unauthorized access include, but are not limited to, unapproved rooftops, the domes of Building 10 and 7, steam tunnels, closed construction sites, and HVAC ducts. Scaling or climbing the exterior of buildings is also not permitted. Further examples include, but are not limited to, locked offices, labs, residence halls, or residence hall rooms that you do not have permission to enter.