The Endicott World Music Award—In recognition of distinguished service and musical contribution to world music.
Gregory Tucker Memorial Prizes—In recognition of exceptional ability in composition, performance, or music-historical studies and overall contributions to the Music and Theater Arts Section.
Everett Longstreth Jazz Awards—In recognition of distinguished service and musical contribution to the MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble.
Richard and Jody Nordlof Awards—In recognition of distinguished service for musical contribution to the MIT Wind Ensemble.
David Epstein Award—In recognition of distinguished service and musical contribution to the MIT Symphony Orchestra.
Philip Loew Memorial Awards—In recognition of creative accomplishment in music.
John Oliver Choral Award—In recognition of an individual who brought great music performance to the Institute through dedicated, passionate, and high-level artisitic participation in the MIT choral ensembles.
Jack and Edith Ruina Scholarship Award—In recognition of special gifts in piano.
Edward S. Darna Award—Awarded to a graduating student who has demonstrated excellence in theater arts and made a substantial contribution to the health of theater life at MIT.
Joseph D. Everingham Award—Given in recognition of a single creative accomplishment in theater arts by a graduating student.
Louis B. Sudler Prize in the Arts—Given to a graduating senior who has demonstrated excellence or the highest standards of proficiency in music, theater, painting, sculpture, design, architecture, or film.
Laya and Jerome B. Wiesner Student Art Award—Presented annually to students, either undergraduate or graduate, living groups, organizations, or activities for outstanding achievement in and contributions to the arts at MIT.
Ragnar and Margaret Naess Awards—In recognition of exceptional talent and commitment to performance at MIT.
Chamber Music Performance Award—In recognition of steadfast commitment to MIT Chamber Music.
Alan Brody Prize in Theater Arts—Named in honor of playwright and former MIT Professor of Theater Arts and Associate Provost for the Arts Alan Brody. This annual prize celebrates the accomplishments of a graduating senior who has demonstrated artistic excellence in the theater with an emphasis on playwriting.
The Lowell Lindgren Prize for Musical Scholarship—Named in honor of musicologist and former MIT Professor of Music, Lowell Lindgren. For excellence in musical research and innovation in historical, cultural, theoretical, or technological studies. The award may be given for distinguished achievements in or out of the classroom, either in recognition of a single research project or for cumulative work that advances musical knowledge.