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Housing

Many fraternity and sorority members have the opportunity to live in fraternity and sorority houses near campus. Living in a Greek house helps strengthen friendships and provides a home away from home for the members. Ball State University partners with Greek alumni to provide houses that are safe, attractive and conducive to learning.

In addition to free standing houses, many sororities have suites located in Woodworth residence hall complex. The suites include a large living room and kitchenette and are a great place for the sorority members to hang out and have fun at sisterhood events or other activities.

Currently there are 12 free standing fraternity and sorority houses andĀ 6 sorority suites for theĀ Greek organizations at Ball State.

The university is exploring the possibility of building a Greek Village; the village would include brand new sorority houses near campus.

Have questions about Greek housing? Contact Greek Life.