The Heart of Our Greek Life Community

Charming residential homes on a tree-lined street. Architecture as unique as the students who live inside.

A vibrant part of our campus, Greek organizations call 12 buildings across campus home—-from shady University Avenue to a Tudor-style home on a hill overlooking campus.

Since these houses are owned by the university, you enjoy all the conveniences of campus living. Plus the opportunity to immerse yourself in the culture and activities of your fraternity or sorority make these houses a true home away from home.

Going Greek?

With about 35% of our students participating in 11 social fraternities and sororities, there is almost always a Greek event going on.

Our rich Greek tradition dates back more than 100 years and brings a combination of leadership, entertainment and service to the community.

During the 2013-2014 academic year, our Greeks participated in more than 7,000 hours of community service and raised nearly $18,000 for various charities.

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Clubs and Organizations

years of Greek life at Susquehanna


social fraternities and sororities


Greek houses/halls

Sassafras Complex
Sassafras Complex

Live on your own in a fully furnished two-story townhouse, suite or apartment in the Sassafras Complex.

North Hall
North Hall

Take your pick of a traditional single, double or multiple room in North Hall.

West Hall
West Hall

Renovated in 2006, West Hall is home to many sophomore students.

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