MIT’s Reports to the President are a compilation of annual reports from the Institute’s academic and administrative units. Each report summarizes the year’s goals, major accomplishments, honors and awards, and future plans.

Published in the spring, the Reports to the President are a major resource for understanding MIT’s current development. Collectively, the volumes represent the starting point for any research into the history of the Institute.

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MIT’s Reports to the President are published online. Editions from 1995 on are available on the Reports to the President website.

A complete collection of MIT’s Reports to the President, dating from 1871, is housed in the Institute Archives, Room 14N-118. PDF copies of the reports from 1871 to 1997 are available from the Archives website.

For contributors

Reference Publications solicits annual reports directly from DLCs in late spring; reports are due on the second Friday in August each year. Please consult the Preparation Guidelines and Style Sheet for help in writing and formatting your annual report.

For any other questions, please contact Reference Publications.