Sorority and Fraternity Housing
The Sorority and Fraternity Community is the largest it has ever been, and nearly half of its members live in 40 different chapter houses. These chapter facilities are privately owned and operated by local House Corporation Boards or Inter/National Headquarters.
All House Corporation Boards are not-for-profit corporations, many of which are operated by alumni volunteers. Each housed organization operates independently with housing leases between the students and the organization. Questions or requests for specific information about a chapter facility should be directed to the House Corporation Board President or Chapter Advisor for the organization.
Housed Sorority and Fraternity Rules and Regulations
Each housed sorority and fraternity set their own live-in and live-out housing leases, bylaws, house rules, move-in dates, and move-out deadlines. Each student residing in a sorority and fraternity facility must abide by Indiana University policies, including the OSFL Recognition Policy, the OSFL Social Events Policy, the University Recognized Housing Policy, and the IU Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct.
Sorority and fraternity facilities are subject to the following university regulations and policies: