Greek Village



Anchoring the northeast entrance of the university, Greek Village consists of eight chapter house and two NPHC complexes. These facilities are university owned and operated to provide save, modern, and comfortable living and learning environments for our fraternity and sorority members.

Five beautiful 10,000+ sq. ft. sorority houses line Donaghy Avenue and Augusta Avenue. Each house has 18 bedrooms, with space enough to accommodate 32 women. The houses also have a dedicated chapter room, a full kitchen, along with living, dining, and study spaces.

On the east side of Donaghey Avenue sit three 7,300 sq. ft. fraternity houses. The 11 bedrooms are a combination of single and double living spaces creating the opportunity for 20 men to reside in each house. The full kitchen, living, dining, and study rooms, as well as a chapter meeting room make up the first floor. Each house also has a fenced in yard for programs and events.

The two NPHC complexes face College Avenue. Each is approximately 4,700 sq. ft. with private chapter rooms for each organization and shared amenities to fit the meeting and social needs of the chapter members.


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Background Story
Sorority Houses
NPHC Complexes
Fraternity Houses
Greek Parlor Fee
Greek Village Benefits