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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. These organizations include twenty-five fraternities, seven sororities, and five independent living groups.
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The FSILG Office advises these student organizations:
And the FSILG Office also works closely with these organizations:
Each fraternity, sorority, and independent living group is self-governing. Each organization manages its own operations and maintenance, and develops its academic, social, membership, recreational, and external policies and programs. These organizations provide a unique experience in leadership, community planning, and group interactions. FSILG communities are located on MIT's campus, as well as off-campus in a number of surrounding communities. The MIT FSILG map shows the location of all FSILG housing facilities.
Important note: With the exception of Kappa Alpha Theta and Pi Beta Phi sorority and Kappa Sigma fraternity 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.