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The new Greek Leadership Village is a student-led project that will provide the ASU fraternity and sorority community with meeting spaces, council offices, retail space and housing facilities to support their leadership, growth and development for years to come. Constructed in direct response to student demand and feedback, the village will open in the fall of 2018 and will be located on the southeast corner of Rural and University off of Terrace Road.
All fraternities and sororities at ASU are invited to be a part of the Greek Leadership Village. The student committee will review applications and meet with all interested organizations.
The Greek Leadership Village application for the 2018-2019 academic year ended on March 3, 2017.
The Interfraternity Council (IFC) has developed an on-campus upper-class living experience for fraternity chapters. The on-campus fraternity housing experience is located at the Vista Del Sol Villas on Apache Blvd, which is located directly across from the Sun Devil Fitness Center, intramural fields, Memorial Union, and Hayden Library.
Fraternity men residing in the “Fraternity Villas” have the option of living in three- or four-bedroom apartment units or a four bedroom townhome. The cost of the units per person range from $750-$825 per month, include utilities, and come furnished. Fraternity men have the option to purchase parking from either Vista del Sol or other on-campus parking locations.
Additional amenities include full access to Vista del Sol’s resort-style swimming pool, hot tub, sun deck, grills, weight room, movie theatre, free tanning, and other community amenities.
For more general information regarding Vista del Sol, visit their website.
Adelphi Commons I is home to the 12 Panhellenic Sororities and located on Apache Blvd, directly across from Barrett The Honors College, which offers close proximity to classrooms, campus libraries, the Memorial Union, and recreational facilities. Each sorority maintains its own cluster space with includes a private courtyard, chapter room, study room, and kitchen. Adelphi I provides sorority members an opportunity to be part of their unique chapter while also experiencing the benefits of having friends in other sororities living in the same residential community. Each sorority can decorate their clusters so members have a sense of living in a “traditional” house, while maintaining all of the conveniences of living on campus.
While each sorority has its own living requirements, to reside in a chapter facility, you must at least meet the following criteria:
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