Greek-Letter Organizations

There are several Greek organizations who maintain living arrangements within the George Washington University campus. Approximately eight to 30 students live in each chapter house. Below are the Greek housing options for the 2016-2017 Academic Year.

Questions regarding Greek Organization Housing can be directed to either your Greek Housing Manager or to Harry Knabe at hknabe@gwu.edu.

Chapter listings are for Academic Year 2016-2017 and are subject to change annually.

Building JJ

Building JJ

2031 F Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052

Building JJ offers fully equipped kitchens including dishwashers, EPA Energy-Star refrigerators, and microwaves. Each unit is furnished with beds, desks, desk chairs, dressers, and living room furniture. Bathrooms are equipped with Toto low-volume toilets, and Niagara low-flow showerheads. The hallways on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd floors have installed motion-sensor lighting, and the laundry facilities are located in the basement of the townhouse.

Building JJ currently serves as a Greek housing option. Kappa Sigma are the current residents of this building.

Building Snapshot Style: Apartment Style

  • Year Built: 1920
  • Number of Floors: Three Residential plus Basement

Building Features

  • Apartment Style
  • Kitchen facilities in each room
  • Laundry facilities in the residence hall
  • Private bathroom in each room

Room Size

  • 2-Person Units
  • 4-Person Units

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each room
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Internet

Greek Townhouse Row

Greek Townhouse Row

Located on a full city block on 23rd Street between F and G Streets is Townhouse Row, which opened in the Fall of 2003, consists of 8 houses designed specifically for Greek organizations. Each townhouse features a finished basement, large living and dining areas, a full kitchen, and sleeps between 24-30 members.

Each townhouse has five floors with bedrooms located on the second, third, and fourth floors. The kitchen, living, and dining rooms are on the ground floor, and the basement holds the meeting/recreation, laundry, and storage rooms.

Greek Life

The following chapters call Townhouse Row home for the 2016-2017 Academic Year:

  • Townhouse A: Sigma Chi
  • Townhouse B: Alpha Phi
  • Townhouse C: Beta Theta Pi (beginning Summer 2017)
  • Townhouse D: Sigma Kappa
  • Townhouse E: Kappa Delta
  • Townhouse F: Phi Sigma Sigma
  • Townhouse G: Zeta Beta Tau
  • Townhouse H: Alpha Delta Pi

Building Snapshot

  • Style: Townhouse Style
  • Year Built: 2003
  • Number of Floors: 3 Residential plus 1st Floor and Basement Common Levels

Building Features

  • Meeting Room and Common Areas
  • Kitchen facilities in each townhouse
  • Laundry facilities in each townhouse

Location

  • Located on 23rd Street between F and G Streets

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each room
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Internet

 

Independently-Owned Houses

Independently-Owned Houses

Three chapters, Delta Tau Delta, Phi Sigma Kappa, and Sigma Chi are housed within the campus boundary in independently-owned houses.

Individual Houses

Individual Houses

Seven chapters, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Βeta Theta Pi, Kappa Alpha Order, Kappa Phi Lambda, Lambda Chi Alpha, Sigma Nu, and Sigma Psi Zeta reside in individual houses within the GW campus. Beginning in Summer 2017, Sigma Delta Tau Sorority will also be residing in an individual townhouse.

Strong Hall

Strong Hall

620 21st Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052

Strong Hall is home to two Greek-letter organizations with a maximum occupancy of 116 women in this female only living option. Strong is located in the center of campus close to several academic buildings, the Quad and many other residential houses. Women have their choice of residing in two types of rooms: singles (with community bathrooms) or adjoining doubles with a shared bathroom. The Strong roof top deck provides residents beautiful views of the city as well as a great place to study.

Strong Hall was renovated in 2015 with updates to the common areas and flooring as well as a new elevator. The building received a new sprinkler system and the interior was painted.

Greek Life

The following chapters call Strong Hall home for the 2016-2017 Academic Year:

  • Chi Omega
  • Pi Beta Phi

Building Snapshot

  • Style: Apartment Style
  • Year Built: 1936
  • Gender: Female Only Residence Hall
  • Number of Floors: 6

Building Features

  • Rooftop Lounge and Decks
  • Meeting Space
  • Laundry facilities in the building

Room Size

  • Single Units (with private, adjoined, or common bathroom)
  • 2-Person Units (with private, adjoined, or common bathroom)

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each room
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Internet