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Fraternities and independent living groups represent a broad spectrum of backgrounds, tastes, and interests at the Institute. Each particular living group has its defining characteristics and occupies a unique niche at MIT. Many alumni remain in touch with the people who they lived with during their undergraduate years for the rest if their lives.

Fraternities and independent living groups represent a broad spectrum of backgrounds, tastes, and interests at the Institute. Each particular living group has its defining characteristics and occupies a unique niche at MIT. Many alumni remain in touch with the people who they lived with during their undergraduate years for the rest if their lives.

This collection of information about FILGs is intended to provide freshmen with information that goes beyond the basic questions.

All fraternities and independent living groups were asked to respond to several key questions and give a general statement about what makes them unique.

However, these pages can only tell you so much about each of MIT’s independent living groups. This guide is only meant as a starting point. What is most important is the questions you ask, and we hope this guide gives you a place to begin.