ASU opens Greek Leadership Village housing community

Twenty-seven of the 77 social organizations affiliated with ASU have housing in the new Greek Leadership Village with around 950 students living there. Sophomores, juniors and seniors will reside in the 12 sororities and 15 fraternities. / Photo by Charlie Leight / ASU Now

 

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Arizona State University is opening its second new student-housing complex in two years this week as undergraduates start moving into the Greek Leadership Village.

The community, at Rural and Terrace roads on the east side of the Tempe campus, will house about 950 fraternity and sorority members in a cluster of townhouse-style dwellings. The village will include 27 Greek chapters in three- or four-story townhouses, each ranging from 19 to 41 beds for sophomores, juniors and seniors, who will start moving in Wednesday.

The Greek Leadership Village, the first community of its kind at ASU and among the first in the country, follows Tooker House, a 1,600-student housing and learning complex for engineering majors that opened a year ago on the north side of the Tempe campus.

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