About the Committee
The MITAC program was established in 1983 by the Support Staff Working Group to plan, promote, and administer low-cost recreational and cultural events and activities for MIT employees and retirees. The MITAC Advisory Council provides guidance to the MITAC program and the MIT Activities Committee on issues concerning Institute priorities, policies, business practices, long-range planning, and the administration of the employee- benefit program. The Advisory Council meets 3-4 times per year, and is comprised of representatives from campus and Lincoln Laboratory, including faculty, administrative and support staff, members of the collective bargaining units, and retirees.
The MITAC Advisory Council is a Standing Institute Committee that reports to Vice President Suzanne Glassburn.