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 housing contract similar to that of students who live in DU residence halls and apartments.

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 in 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. 

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:

  • Beta Theta Pi
  • Chi Omega
  • Delta Gamma
  • Gamma Phi Beta
  • Pi Kappa Phi

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 may request to be released to live in one of them.

DU does not handle billing or financial components for any of these properties. All are considered off-campus housing.

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Looking for lifelong friendships, leadership development, academic achievement, and career enhancement? Consider joining a fraternity or sorority.

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