The ASA is not responsible for the recognition or activities of MIT dorms and FSILGs. Groups that are initiated as part of a dorm or FSILG (with or without a residence) may discuss with the ASA and SOLE about the option of becoming a standard ASA-recognized group if there are privileges that they cannot access through their dorm or FSILG, such as the ability to reserve rooms on campus. Inquiries on matters such as this should be directed to

Because of their ability to use LEF and ARCADE funds, dorms and FSILGs may vote in General Body meetings, though they are not required to attend.