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Fraternity and Sorority Life

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Living in Greek Village

The University of South Carolina's Greek Village features 20 facilities, houses approximately 700 students, and has some of the premier fraternity and sorority houses in the country.

Affiliation Notice

Housing at Greek Village is not affiliated nor operated by the University Housing Office. Greek Village is operated by the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life in partnership with the 20 organizations who have facilities there. Any questions pertaining to meal plans, housing, parking, and other Greek Village operations should be directed to the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. For more information and common questions and answers can be found in our FAQ section.

Honoring University Housing Contracts

All first-year students at the University of South Carolina live in residence halls, upholding the contract they signed over the summer for both fall and spring semesters. Students are responsible for the full cost of their University Housing contracts. No exceptions will be made for students who wish to move from a residence hall to the Greek Village.



Request to Participate in Greek-letter Housing

In order to participate in the construction of housing on the USC-Columbia campus, organizations should submit a request to the University Greek-letter Housing Committee.

To submit a request, review the requirements here.

Questions can be directed to Carli Mercer.

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