Fraternity & Sorority Housing

Living in a Fraternity or Sorority Facility

DU offers members of certain fraternities and sororities the chance to live in a chapter facility with other members of the same organization. While Fraternity & Sorority Life staff work with all DU fraternities and sororities, nine have a relationship to DU Housing. The facilities of four of them are DU owned and/or operated, and the facilities of five are privately owned and/or operated.

Is your fraternity or sorority on one of these lists? Read on to learn more about your responsibilities, contacts, and billing.

DU Owned / Operated Facilities

These four chapter facilities are DU owned and/or operated:

  • Delta Delta Delta
  • Delta Zeta
  • Lambda Chi Alpha
  • Zeta Beta Tau

If you choose to live in one of these properties, you will be subject to the same Guide to Residence Living and sign a similar housing contract as students who live in DU residence halls and apartments.

Room Rates & Billing

Each FSL property sets its own rates for different rooms and room types.

DU owned and/or operated facilities communicate these rates to DU Housing. These rates are entered into your student account, the same way that a residence hall room charge is.

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    Residence Hall Grant

    Only students living in Lambda Chi Alpha are eligible for the Residence Hall Grant. 

COVID-19 Precautions

These facilities have the same COVID-19 de-densification restrictions and precautions as the residence halls. Contact Housing & Residential Education with any COVID-19 concerns.

Privately Owned / Operated Facilities

Five facilities are privately owned and/or operated. They are not managed by DU. Reach out to these primary points of contact for further information:

DU plays no active role in managing these properties. However, if you are subject to the second year of the two-year live-on requirement, you can be released to live in one of them.

Room Rates & Billing

No billing or financial components for any of these properties are handled through DU. All are considered off-campus housing.

Not Subject to DU COVID-19 Protocols

These facilities have been encouraged to meet DU's COVID-19 de-densification protocols for residence hall facilities, but DU has no control over those decisions, nor does DU have any ability to intervene to release students from any contract or agreement related to living in these facilities. Please direct questions or concerns regarding these facilities to the contact individuals listed here.

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