The Office of Residence and Greek Life at the Illinois Institute of Technology operates student and conference housing. Residence and Greek Life is organized with focus on occupancy, residential education, operations, student conduct, and housing facilities.
There are nine residence halls and two apartment buildings in which 1600 students can make their "home away from home" while they pursue their education. The residence halls offer a focused and dynamic living and learning environment. In addition, Residence and Greek Life coordinates operational efforts with several University-affiliated Greek Houses.
The Department of Residence and Greek Life aspires to deliver a co-curricular experience that cultivates:
- Responsibility for self: Students will recognize opportunities for making reflective decisions, understand the impact of their decisions, and be empowered to engage in self-advocacy.
- Responsibility for others: Students will identify and design ways of engaging in healthy relationships with others from diverse backgrounds and show an understanding of how their behavior affects others. Students will take initial steps to resolve conflicts with others without seeking outside assistance.
- Responsibility for the University community: Students will deploy their knowledge and talents to improve the Illinois Tech community and to mobilize others to create and contribute to a safe community.