ASA - Association of Student Activities

Group Privileges

Dorm/FSILG Recognition

In order to help the FSILG groups on campus, the ASA has two forms of recognition for these groups:

  1. Non-Residential Recognition is for FSILGs which do not have a residence, but which want to be a part of a national association and need restricted membership. ASA Recognition allows the group to have official use of the MIT name and the ability to reserve rooms across campus.
  2. Residential Recognition is for FSILGs with a residence. The ASA grants them the ability to reserve rooms on the Main Campus and maintain a presence in the Student Activities Database.

The ASA Board recently approved new rules regarding FSILG recognition.  These will be available on the website soon.