Residential Life

Welcome to Residential Life & Dining

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As a member of MIT's vibrant campus community, Residential Life & Dining invites you to take advantage of the many on-campus opportunities that we have to offer.

Residential Life & Dining is a dynamic community-oriented organization that fosters living and learning environments to advance the academic success and leadership development of our students. The five areas that shape MIT Residential Life & Dining are:

 - MIT Dining

 - Fraternities, Sororities, & Independent Living Groups (FSILGs)

 - Housing

 - Residential Life Programs (RLP)

 - First-Year Experience (FYE)

Each area is committed to providing MIT students with a well-rounded campus experience through social, cultural, religious and ethnic diversity services. By promoting healthy lifestyles, mutual respect and personal and social responsibility, Residential Life & Dining brings community members together in safe and comfortable residential environments.

We are here to ensure that you have a positive experience at MIT. Please stop by our offices on the 2nd floor of the Heinz Building (W59-200) at 201 Vassar Street, Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Or, feel free to give us a call at (617) 253-2404.