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Housing is a very important part of undergraduate life at MIT. Every living group has its own distinct culture and is quite proud of it. Most MIT students choose to live in MIT housing, with 90+% of all students and all freshmen living in campus dorms & living groups. Housing is guaranteed for all four undergraduate years.

The living groups consist of dorms and FSILGs (fraternities, sororities, and independent living groups), and almost all undergraduates live in one of these forms of MIT-affiliated housing. Through REX and Rush, which take up almost two weeks at the beginning of freshmen's arrival on campus, students get to explore all the residences and choose where they want to live.

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