Greek Houses

Sigmanu

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Fraternities and sororities have been a part of Stanford since the day the University opened in 1891. Greeks have enjoyed a vibrant and dynamic existence at Stanford, and today represent 25% of the undergraduate student population. Currently, 30 Greek organizations are formally recognized by the University—ten are housed on Stanford’s campus, seven Fraternities and three Sororities. Residents are required to purchase a house board plan.

Residents for Greek houses are chosen through the annual rush process.  If you are interested in joining a sorority or fraternity please go to Greek Life at Stanford.

General Information

Residence Name

Greek Houses
Map

Neighborhood

Central and East

Street Address

Various - see Chart below

Mailing Address

Students living in Row Houses (Upper Row, Lower Row, Clusters 1, 2, or 3/Cowell) are strongly encouraged to follow the directions for the mail and package process provided on the Mail Delivery and Shipping page, as the PO Box address is each student’s official Stanford address and should be maintained during their entire undergraduate career.  However, Row residents are also able to have mail packages delivered directly to their Row house by addressing mail and packages to the house's street address.  Please be reminded that Student Housing/the University accepts no responsibility for packages sent to/delivered at individual residences.

Housing Front Desk

The Lasuen Housing Front Desk

 Phi Kappa Psi, Sigma Chi, Sigma Nu
 

Florence Moore Housing Front Desk

 1047 Campus, Kappa Alpha, Kappa Sigma, Theta Delta Chi
Stern Housing Front Desk  Delta Delta Delta, Kappa Alpha Theta, Pi Beta Phi

Dining Service

Residents must purchase house board plans.

Class Configuration

Upperclass

Co-ed Type

All male; all female, except for 1047 Campus, which is mixed-gender

Custodial Service

University managed

Furnishings Each house is unique, but general furnishings in a typical student room include a bed, desk, chair, dresser or drawers, bookcase or bookshelves, closet or wardrobe, wastebasket, and recycle bin. Bathrooms are communal; single-gender.
Common Areas Each house has a kitchen, dining room, lounge, computer cluster, and study area.
 

Addresses and Year Built

House

Address

Year Built

Residential Education Web Pages

Fraternities

1047 Campus

1047 Campus Drive 9165 See Res Ed's web page on 1047 Campus

Kappa Alpha

664 Lomita Ct

1965

See Res Ed's web page on Kappa Alpha

Kappa Sigma

1035 Campus Drive

1962

See Res Ed's web page on Kappa Sigma

Phi Kappa Psi

592 Mayfield Ave

1912

See Res Ed's web page on Phi Kappa Psi

Sigma Chi

550 Lasuen Mall

1963

See Res Ed's web page on Sigma Chi

Sigma Nu

557 Mayfield Ave

1896

See Res Ed's web page on Sigma Nu

Theta Delta Chi

675 Lomita Dr

1962

See Res Ed's web page on Theta Delta Chi

Sororities

1047 Campus

1047 Campus Drive 1965 See Res Ed's web page on 1047 Campus

Delta Delta Delta

702 Bowdoin St

1967

See Res Ed's web page on Delta Delta Delta

Kappa Alpha Theta

585 Cowell Lane

1967

See Res Ed's web page on Kappa Alpha Theta

Pi Beta Phi

517 Cowell Lane

1967

See Res Ed's web page on Pi Beta Phi

Note: For History and other details about Greek Houses, go to Residential Education’s Greek Housing Preference Policy web page.

Fraternities

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1047 Campus Kappa Alpha
Kappa Sigma Phi Kappa Psi
Kappa Sigma Phi Kappa Psi
Sigma Chi Sigma Nu
Sigma Chi Sigma Nu
Theta Delta Chi  
Theta Delta Chi  

Sororities

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1047 Campus Delta Delta Delta
Kappa Alpha Theta Pi Beta Phi
Kappa Alpha Theta Pi Beta Phi