Sorority / Fraternity Housing

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.

Membership Verification

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.

Student Staff

Community Advisors (CA) are student staff members who play an integral role in the quality of the residential program at Emory. Each of our sorority lodges and fraternity houses have a CA assigned to the space to serve as a resource. CA's are often members of the organization who live in the space and are extensively trained to respond to situations on Eagle Row. Each CA is supervised by a Coordinator of Sorority and Fraternity Life.

The selection process for this position takes place every spring semester. Applications can be found at emory.erezlife.com.

If you have questions about the CA program, please reach out to osfl@emory.edu.

Currently, there are eight IFC fraternities, eight Panhellenic sororities, one NPHC sorority, 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 in their facility. 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 2021/2022 academic year. All houses have a Community Advisor (CA), which is a trained student staff member. Each CA is under the supervision of a coordinator in the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life. 

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 – Transfer Students
House 17 – Kappa Sigma
House 18 – Sigma Alpha Epsilon

All fraternity house residents are required to purchase an Emory University meal plan. The housing selection process takes place in early spring. Please consult the Residence Life website for information on the process.

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

Sorority Lodges

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. All lodges have a Community Advisor (CA), which is a trained student staff member. Each CA is under the supervision of a coordinator in the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life. The following chapters currently have lodges in Sorority Village:

Lodge A - Alpha Kappa Alpha
Lodge B - Transfer Students
Lodge C - Kappa Kappa Gamma
Lodge D - Kappa Alpha Theta
Lodge E - Delta Phi Epsilon
Lodge F - Sigma Delta Tau
Lodge G - Alpha Delta Pi
Lodge H - Pi Beta Phi
Lodge I - Gamma Phi Beta
Lodge J - Delta Delta Delta

All residents in the Sorority Village are required to purchase an Emory University meal plan. Residents 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.