About the FSILG Awards
The Fraternities, Sororities, and Independent Living Groups (FSILGs) Office hosts an Awards Reception in the late spring to recognize individuals and organizations that have gone above and beyond throughout the academic year. This includes recognizing high GPA achievements, outstanding Resident Advisors, Alumni/Volunteers, as well as individuals and chapters that have exhibited exceptional qualities.
In addition to the FSILG Awards, the IFC and Panhellenic Councils honors their members with individual accolades.
To nominate any member of the FSILG community, please click HERE to apply. Nominations will require a 500-1500 word letter outlining why you believe the candidate deserves the particular award. Nominations for the 2014 awards will remain open until 5 p.m. on Wendesday, March 26, 2014. Please note, the D. Reid Weedon Jr. Alumni/ae Relations Award is due through the MIT Alumni Association by noon on Wednesday, April 2.
FSILG Advocate Award
The FSILG Advocate Award was established in 2011 to recognize those members of the MIT community that show unyielding support to the our fraternities, sororities, and independent living groups. Through their interactions with Chapters, organizations, and alumni, the FSILG Advocate upholds the principles of leadership, scholarship and citizenship by helping to make the organizations and houses stronger and safer places for members and guests.
Frederick Gardiner Fasset, Jr. Award (FSILG Member of the Year)
The Frederick Gardiner Fasset, Jr. Award is presented annually to up to three individual members of the FSILG Community, one from each of the three student councils, who have most unselfishly demonstrated the qualities of spirit, dedication, and service in furthering the ideals of MIT brotherhood, sisterhood, and membership excellence.
David N. Rogers Ideals and Values Awards
IFC and Panhel collaborated to create their most prestigious award given to the chapters that best represent the collective values of the MIT Greek Community.
Stephen D. Baker Outstanding Change Initiative Award
The Stephen D. Baker award is presented to the organization that has made outstanding improvements within their fraternity, sorority, independent living group or within the entire FSILG community. This award recognizes major initiatives that have led to positive change and has measured improvements, results, and positive outcomes in all or some of the following areas:
Scholarship, Leadership, Member Development, Risk management, Retention, Financial Stability, and Membership Recruitment.
The purpose of this award is to acknowledge the excellent work of the chapters in strengthening the MIT FSILG community and creating sustainable chapters.
The James R. Killian, Jr. Community Service Award
The James R. Killian, Jr. Community Service Award is presented to the FSILG organization with the most outstanding community service program.
The Kenneth R. Wadleigh Faculty Interaction Award
The Kenneth R. Wadleigh Award is presented to the FSILG organization that has best promoted and encouraged faculty-student interaction in the organization.
Senior Legacy Awards
Senior Legacy Awards are presented to individual members of the graduating class who have made extraordinary contributions to the FSILG Community and who have implemented programs, events, or new traditions that promote the values of the FSILG Community.
Outstanding Resident Advisor Awards
The Outstanding Resident Advisor Awards are presented to Resident Advisors (RAs) who have provided outstanding service to an FSILG in the past year.
Outstanding Alumnus/Volunteer Advisor Awards
The Outstanding Alumnus Advisor Awards are presented to alumni/ae and volunteers to recognize outstanding service to Chapter House Corporations, Advisory Boards, Individual FSILG or the whole FSILG community.
D. Rein Weedon, Jr. Alumni/ae Relations Award
The D. Reid Weedon, Jr. '41 FSILG Alumni/ae Relations Award was established by Mr. Weedon, an alumnus of Phi Beta Epsilon Fraterniy, to encourage Fraternity, Sorority, and Independent Living Group (FSILG) student outreach to their alumni/ae. The award is given to the FSILG that has demonstrated the greatest effort in alumni relations for the academic year.
To nominate someone for the D. Rein Weedon, Jr. Alumni/ae Relations Award, click HERE. Applications for this award are due through the MIT Alumni Association by noon on Wednesday, April 2.