Looking for summer housing in Cambridge? Look no further than Zeta Psi!
We’re conveniently located near the Red Line T stops and MIT Campus. Our amenities include commercial laundry, fiber optic Ethernet and WiFi, a commercial kitchen, spacious common areas including a bar, a stadium-seated media room with HD projector, and weight room.
The house holds about 45 people during the summer, usually half members and half summer boarders. We provide a friendly laid back atmosphere to come back to after work. Pickup frisbee, impromptu BBQs, and weekend trips to the beach are just the beginning.
If you are interested in learning more please email email@example.com. Pictures of the house and sample rooms are available upon request. If you have questions about this process or anything at all, please don’t hesitate to ask! We look forward to hearing from you!
MIT’s IFC Chapter of the Year
On behalf of the international fraternity of Zeta Psi, I would like to welcome you to the Fall 2014 rush. Since 1979, the Rho Alpha chapter of Zeta Psi has delivered strong individuals that have gone to achieve many great things both at MIT and in the professional world. This fall, we are pulling out all the stops to bring you an action-packed, fully-charged rush week. Check out the event schedule.
Your years as a brother of Zeta Psi at MIT equip you with the necessary tools to supplement your education, grow as an individual, and succeed at MIT and beyond. We pride ourselves in fostering academic excellence, strong character, and a complete set of life skills. The strength of our undergraduate community here on campus is rivaled only by that of our alumni network. Alumni of all ages regularly contact undergraduate members about job and internship opportunities (as well as just stopping by the house to hang out).
In the past year, our chapter has been recognized as an excellent organization by our International Headquarters, MIT’s Interfraternity Council as well as MIT’s alumni association.
Our chapter has been recognized for the following awards for the 2013-2014 academic year:
Congratulations to Brother Vince Kindfuller '16, who recently received a Nuclear Energy University Programs (NEUP) scholarship from the Department of Energy for his research on offshore nuclear reactors.
Zeta Psi Rho Alpha held its second annual Dine n' Dash benefit event this week. Over 15 teams from all over campus ran to benefit the Margaret Fuller House, a local Cambridge neighborhood house, helping to make the event a huge success. Thanks for coming out!