Welcome to the Office of Fraternities, Sororities, and Independent Living Groups (FSILG)

MIT's Fraternity, Sorority and Independent Living Group (FSILG) community is comprised of 25 Fraternities, 6 Sororities, and 5 Independent Living Groups. With our core principles of leadership, scholarship and citizenship, the FSILG office encourages and empowers organizations to work together to positively impact the MIT community.

Shared Values

The purpose of the FSILG Office is to enhance the out-of-class experience for the students at MIT, be an advocate for fraternal principles and be a proponent of the shared values that living-learning communities provide. The FSILG Office works to promote a cohesive community that values civic and social responsibility, mutual respect, and the growth and development of organizations and their members. In addition, the FSILG Office assesses the leadership and developmental needs of the community and provides educational programs on member development, facility management, organizational operations, scholarship, and risk management.

Please note - With the exception of Kappa Alpha Theta and Pi Beta Phi sorority residences, the FSILGs are independently owned and operated by alumni house corporations not affiliated with the MIT FSILG Office, MIT Housing, or MIT Facilities. MIT is not responsible for the management and maintenance of these facilities.