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Special Interest: Fraternities and Sororities

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Stanford is home to several nationally known social Greek letter organizations, and most of these vibrant and diverse communities are as old as the university itself. While the university includes both housed and unhoused Greek organizations, they all play a vital role in student life on campus and within the surrounding community. Visit the Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) site for more information.

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Exterior photo of Chi Omega/664.

FSL House Features

  • Open to students from any neighborhood if the student is a member of the organization.
  • Students can live in a special interest Greek house for two of three upperclass years. Students can live here a third year if serving as a house staff member or in a leadership position that necessitates residing in the house to perform the leadership role.
  • While open to students in all neighborhoods, the house is part of one neighborhood, participates in that neighborhood’s community council, and has access to and shares resources with the neighborhood.
  • Governed by the Committee on Residential Learning (CoRL)
Katie Bick,left, Maddy Bayer, Hadley Reid, Camila Lee, Abby Dow and Claire Jacobson, members of the Pi Phi Sorority and friends dress as flappers for the Wacky Walk. Stanford Commencement Ceremony, Stanford Stadium. Credit:  Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service
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For more information about Greek residences visit the Residential & Dining Enterprises website