The newly built Greek Village opened its doors before the 2016 Fall Semester. The Greek Village is home to 33 chapters with 426 students living in three different house layouts to accommodate the varying chapter membership sizes. All four of the Greek Councils at BGSU are represented within the Village. Both members of the chapter living in the house, and living off-campus, have access to their designated houses creating a hub for chapter operations and a community for Fraternity and Sorority Life.
Students | Only Returning Students who are members of one of the resident chapters , unless otherwise noted, can select to live in the Greek Village.
Rooms | The number of members of the chapter determines how many students live in each house. Students are either housed in a Double Room or a Single Room.
- Double Room - Two roommates in one room and share the kitchen, living spaces and bathroom with the chapter.
- Single Room - The single rooms cost more per semester compared to the Double Rooms. Students in the single rooms will share the kitchen, living spaces and bathroom with the chapter.
Bathroom | Bathrooms are located on each floor and every resident, of the assigned townhome, has access to use the private bathrooms. The University will clean the bathrooms on a regular basis.
Community | Both members of the chapter living in the house, and living off-campus, have access to their designated houses creating a hub for chapter operations and a community for Fraternity and Sorority Life.
The Greek Village layouts below are provided by Campus Activities and the Greek Housing Project. Learn more about Fraternity and Sorority Life and how you can become a part of BGSUs largest residential organization on campus.
Room layouts vary. Use these photos as an example to help plan your move-in and contact us with specific questions.