Use one of these payment options when you receive an invoice from MIT Sponsored Accounting for a sponsored project.

Review payment methods

If you are an MIT project sponsor and have received an invoice from MIT Sponsored Accounting, you have the option of paying your bill by wire transfer or by check.

Complete a government wire transfer

If you are making a wire transfer payment on behalf of a government entity, you must include the following recipient information to ensure the payment is properly credited:

  • Bank name—Bank of America, NA
  • Bank address—100 Federal Street, Boston, MA 02110
  • Wire payment ABA routing number—026 009 593
  • ACH ABA routing number—011 000 138
  • SWIFT code—BOFAUS3N
  • DDA account number—000500376603 (“MIT campus master”)
  • Wire details—name of MIT program and invoice number or account number to which the transfer should be credited
Complete a non-government wire transfer

If you are making a wire transfer payment on behalf of a non-government entity, you must include the following recipient information to ensure the payment is properly credited:

  • Bank name—Bank of America, NA
  • Bank address—100 Federal Street, Boston, MA 02110
  • Wire payment ABA routing number—026 009 593
  • ACH ABA routing number—011 000 138
  • SWIFT code—BOFAUS3N
  • DDA account number—004632424694 (“MIT incoming wire”)
  • Wire details—name of MIT program and invoice number or account number to which the transfer should be credited
Submit a payment by check

If you have received a bill from MIT Sponsored Accounting and you don’t want to pay by wire transfer, you may pay your bill with a check. Send your check to:

 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Cashier Services, NE49-3000

77 Massachusetts Avenue

Cambridge, MA 02139-4307

The Details

Review payment methods

If you are an MIT project sponsor and have received an invoice from MIT Sponsored Accounting, you have the option of paying your bill by wire transfer or by check.

Complete a government wire transfer

If you are making a wire transfer payment on behalf of a government entity, you must include the following recipient information to ensure the payment is properly credited:

  • Bank name—Bank of America, NA
  • Bank address—100 Federal Street, Boston, MA 02110
  • Wire payment ABA routing number—026 009 593
  • ACH ABA routing number—011 000 138
  • SWIFT code—BOFAUS3N
  • DDA account number—000500376603 (“MIT campus master”)
  • Wire details—name of MIT program and invoice number or account number to which the transfer should be credited
Complete a non-government wire transfer

If you are making a wire transfer payment on behalf of a non-government entity, you must include the following recipient information to ensure the payment is properly credited:

  • Bank name—Bank of America, NA
  • Bank address—100 Federal Street, Boston, MA 02110
  • Wire payment ABA routing number—026 009 593
  • ACH ABA routing number—011 000 138
  • SWIFT code—BOFAUS3N
  • DDA account number—004632424694 (“MIT incoming wire”)
  • Wire details—name of MIT program and invoice number or account number to which the transfer should be credited
Submit a payment by check

If you have received a bill from MIT Sponsored Accounting and you don’t want to pay by wire transfer, you may pay your bill with a check. Send your check to:

 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Cashier Services, NE49-3000

77 Massachusetts Avenue

Cambridge, MA 02139-4307

Did You Know?

VPF Accounts Receivable (AR) generates monthly aging reports to identify invoices that are overdue for payment and initiates collection activities for bills that are more than 60 days late.
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