Living in a Greek house helps strengthen friendships and provides a home away from home for the members. Ball State University partners with Greek alumni to provide houses that are safe, attractive, and conducive to learning. Many fraternity members have the opportunity to live in fraternity homes near campus.
At this time, there are no official sorority houses off-campus.
Fraternity men can consider living in a house beginning their sophomore year. All fraternity houses are owned by alumni volunteers, who manage and oversee the buildings.
Fraternities that have privately owned houses near Ball State’s campus include:
- Alpha Tau Omega
- Delta Tau Delta
- Phi Gamma Delta
- Phi Sigma Kappa
- Sigma Alpha Epsilon
- Sigma Chi
- Sigma Nu
- Sigma Phi Epsilon
Fraternity houses differ from chapter to chapter. Some fraternities offer a meal plan or require members to live in the house for a specific amount of time. Houses and costs vary.
Make sure you ask questions about the housing requirements prior to making plans to live somewhere else.