The Dormitory Council (DormCon) is MIT's student government body representing undergraduate dormitory residents. Voting members from each dormitory (usually the president) comprise DormCon and meet every two weeks to discuss and propose policies and programs that affect and benefit the entire dormitory system; relevant student and administrative guests are invited regularly to discuss pertinent issues.
DormCon exists to preserve and develop dormitory culture both individually and as a system. DormCon is the unified voice of opinions and concerns of dormitory residences; moreover, it works and strives to create a community where all undergraduate dormitory residents are comfortable and feel welcome. DormCon serves three primary roles: liason/advocate for student views to other groups and administrators, resource for event funding, and communication with students about dorm issues and changes. More information can be found in this document.
DormCon's constitution governs the organization.