Fraternity and Sorority Life

Fraternity & Sorority Residences

Many of Union's Greek organizations have residences on campus that are owned by the College. Room and board are paid through the College, similar to the other residence halls.

Each Greek house is unique in style and accommodations, some being attached to residence halls while others are stand-alone buildings. Common amenities within all Greek residences include:

  • A large, multi-purpose space for social events, meetings and studying
  •  A fully equipped kitchen
  • Telephone jacks, basic cable and Wi-Fi / Ethernet hook-ups
  • House laundry facilities

Students who are members of a fraternity or sorority become eligible their junior year to live in their respective Greek house. Approximately 50% of Greeks elect this option for residential life.

Greek organizations offering residential housing and their on-campus locations are:

  • Davidson South (Sigma Phi)- 21 beds
  • Davidson North (Kappa Alpha)- 17 beds
  • Fox North - 17 beds
  • 219 Seward Pl (The Multicultural Greek Council)- 4 beds
  • Fero House (Alpha Delta Phi)- 14 beds
  • Raymond North (Sigma Delta Tau)- 36 beds
  • Raymond South (Sigma Chi)- 36 beds
  • Potter North (Chi Psi)- 36 beds
  • Potter South (Delta Phi Epsilon)- 36 beds
  • Hickok House (Gamma Phi Beta)- 40 beds
  • Edwards House (Theta Delta Chi)- 29 beds