Housing Policies

Fraternity & Sorority Housing Policies

Sorority Housing Guidelines

Fraternity Housing Policies


University-Owned Chapter Houses

Five fraternities are currently housed in University-owned chapter houses. These chapters are: Acacia, Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI), Sigma Chi, Tau Kappa Epsilon, and Theta Chi.

Common Area Damage

Damage to common areas is billed to residents with access to that fraternity chapter house when the individual(s) responsible is/are not identified. When a student has knowledge that an individual has caused damage to a common area, it is their responsibility to share that information with the House Manager. Damage to the community areas of the fraternity chapter houses will be charged directly to the person(s) responsible for such damage. Any damages that cannot be traced to the responsible individual(s) will be assessed collectively to the residents of the house at the end of each month. Common areas are defined as lobbies, recreation areas, study areas, hallways, stairwells, community and public bathrooms, elevators, dormers, laundry facilities, and building exterior. 

Personal Room Damage 

Damage to personal/individual rooms is billed to residents assigned to that particular space when the individual(s) responsible is/are not identified. When a student has knowledge that an individual has caused damage to a room, it is their responsibility to share that information with the House Manager. Damage to the assigned rooms within fraternity chapter houses will be charged directly to the person(s) responsible for such damage. This includes damaged or missing University-owned furniture. Any damages that cannot be traced to the responsible individual(s) will be assessed collectively to the resident(s) of the room at the end of each month. 


Privately-Owned Chapter Houses

Four sororities are currently housed in privately-owned chapter houses. These chapters are: Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, and Sigma Kappa. Please contact chapter leadership for information about policies in privately-owned chapter homes.