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