Fraternity & Sorority Housing

The fraternity and sorority residential experience provides students with the opportunity to enhance their membership by living to create a living-learning community within the house.

The fraternity and sorority residential community currently includes 25 chapter facilities located near the USC campus. Each chapter facility is privately owned, not owned by the university, and managed through either a local or national housing corporation. The area is served by the USC Department of Public Safety and the Los Angeles Police Department.

For those groups with chapter facilities, conversations on contracts and living in opportunities begin in the fall semester with most contracts due the first part of spring semester. Please note, if participating in a spring recruitment process, typically there is a brief turnaround of decision making in housing. Please invest time into understanding the fraternity and sorority housing requirements and university housing deadlines before joining to be sure you have all the information available when deciding on housing. Information regarding fraternity and sorority housing deadlines and recruitment dates coming soon.

As you consider housing, it can be helpful to understand the USC Housing options, timelines for applications (varies depending on status and if lived in housing before), room costs, and residential meal plans.

Members should work directly with their chapter president, chapter advisor, or house director for questions on housing and costs.