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The Executive Vice President and Treasurer (EVPT) organization provides a wide range of administrative and operational services to MIT – from stewarding the Institute’s finances and physical resources, to supporting our workforce, to keeping our community healthy and our campus safe.

EVPT Areas

EVPT Highlights

MIT News: "Preparing MIT’s campus for cardiac emergencies"

A new program spearheaded by MIT Emergency Management is equipping every campus building with an automated external defibrillator (AED).

MIT News: "3 Questions: Renaud Fournier on transforming MIT’s digital landscape"

MIT’s new chief officer for business and digital transformation describes how the Institute is embarking on an effort to renew its digital landscape.

Town Gown Report

The annual Town Gown Report provides the City of Cambridge with facts and figures detailing MIT's population, economic impact, and campus planning activities.

"Collaborating for MIT's Future" Poster Session

In October 2023, more than 300 members of the MIT community gathered at Walker Memorial for a poster session highlighting administrative excellence across the Institute. Learn more about the event and view some of the posters that were on display.

Fall 2023 Administrative Staff Meeting

View a recording (MIT certificate required) of the November 8, 2023 meeting, which featured the following presentations: "MIT Finances" and "Digital Transformation" (Glen Shor, Executive Vice President and Treasurer); "Perceptions of MIT: National Research Findings" (Alfred Ironside, Vice President for Communications); “'MIT: How’s It Working?' Survey" (Jonathan Schwarz, Director, Institutional Research); and "Introducing a New Brand for MIT Medical" (Cecilia Stuopis, Medical Director, MIT Medical).

Report of the Treasurer

The MIT Report of the Treasurer is a public document that includes MIT's audited financial statements for a fiscal year.

MIT in Cambridge Impact Report

This report features highlights of MIT’s activities in its host city of Cambridge, including educational enrichment activities, efforts to reduce campus emissions, and a workforce development hub for Cambridge residents.

Capital Projects

The continuous renewal and renovation of MIT’s physical facilities are essential components of the Institute's mission to advance knowledge and educate students. This site provides project updates as MIT continues shaping the future of our campus and the nearby innovation district.

Reducing Carbon Emissions on MIT's Campus

In this MIT News 3Q, Vice President for Campus Services and Stewardship Joe Higgins describes how MIT is tackling its Fast Forward campus carbon-reduction goals

Work Succeeding

The Work Succeeding initiative created guidance, tools, and policies to support new ways of working at the Institute. The Work Succeeding toolkits help teams plan and implement flexible work arrangements in their areas.