Each spring, sorority and fraternity chapters with a house or lodge on campus will participate in an online room selection process for the following academic year.  Members should discuss the requirements for living in their respective lodge/house with their chapter leadership.

Sorority and fraternity members are required to submit their Membership Status Update Form prior to the start of each semester.  For help submitting your form, click here

Members of fraternities with a participating fraternity meal plan are required to select this meal plan themselves via their MyHousing page.  For help making this selection, please click here

Currently, there are nine IFC fraternities, eight Panhellenic sororities, two NPHC sororities, and one NPHC fraternity housed on Emory’s campus.

Membership Costs

All of Emory’s sororities and fraternities are self-sufficient and each chapter (and its inter/national office) charges dues and membership fees to every member.  Some chapters may charge dues via your Emory bursar bill, while others may collect the fees directly from you. The amount is determined by the chapter and usually goes toward recruitment, educational activities, new member education, philanthropy/service projects, and social events.  Some chapters also have one-time initiate fees that are charged to help alleviate the costs of recruitment and new member requirements such as reading materials, pins, etc.  Fees vary depending on chapter.

It is the responsibility of all chapters to fill the bed spaces provided by Housing Operations. The cost of any vacancies will be divided evenly among all active members of the organization which is responsible for filling the beds.

Fraternity Houses

Below you will find a list of all of the fraternities housed on campus for the 2020/2021 academic year. All houses are under the supervision of a coordinator in the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life. If you would like to contact a staff member, please email osfl@emory.edu.

House 6 – Sigma Chi
House 8 – Sigma Alpha Mu
House 10 – Delta Tau Delta
House 12 – Alpha Tau Omega
House 13 – Alpha Phi Alpha
House 14 – Kappa Alpha Order
House 15 – Beta Theta Pi / Sigma Phi Epsilon
House 17 – Kappa Sigma
House 18 – Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Sorority Village

Sorority Village, completed in fall 2006, features 10 townhouses facing the fraternity houses on Eagle Row. Each house between 6 - 24 women, has ample community space, a community kitchen, and a large chapter room. The following chapters currently have lodges in Sorority Village: Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Kappa Alpha Theta, Delta Phi Epsilon, Sigma Delta Tau, Alpha Delta Pi, Pi Beta Phi, Gamma Phi Beta, Delta Delta Delta 

All women residing in the Village are required to purchase an Emory University meal plan. Sorority women who elect to live in Sorority Village will go through the housing selection process in early spring. Please consult the Residence Life website for information on the process.

If you have any questions regarding sorority housing, please email osfl@emory.edu.

If your chapter is interested in a fraternity meal plan, or if you have any questions, please reach out to Assistant Director of Sorority and Fraternity Life, Josh Gamse, jgamse@emory.edu.

Chapters with Meal Plans for Fall 2020:

Alpha Tau Omega
Delta Tau Delta
Kappa Alpha Order
Kappa Sigma
Sigma Chi
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sigma Alpha Mu

Eligibility and Requirments:

  • Members who are affiliated with the above chapters are eligible to sign up for the meal plan through MyHousing. Sign-ups must be completed through MyHousing by the established deadline
  • All residential students are required to have an Emory meal plan
Important Deadlines:
  • Meal plan registation closes on August 13, 2020

Q: How do I sign up for my fraternity meal plan?
A: MyHousing

Q: How do I pay for my fraternity meal plan?
A: You will be charged on OPUS for the plan, the same as any Emory meal plan

Q: Can I waive my Emory meal plan if I am on my fraternity meal plan
A: Yes, but you will have to sign up for this by the deadline. In addition, you can only waive the Emory meal plan if you are a member of the fraternity and you live in the fraternity house

Q: We don't currently have a chapter meal plan, but can my chapter have a meal plan next semester?
A: Possibly. If your chapter is interested, please email jgamse@emory.edu

Q: Can I have a fraternity meal plan in addition to an Emory meal plan?
A: Absolutely. Just make your selections on MyHousing