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Housing

The majority of UT’s sorority and fraternity houses are freestanding houses located on university property. Currently there are 33 sorority and fraternity housing facilities. The houses sleep anywhere from 15 to 51 members, and all facilities have a live-in house director who assists in managing the day-to-day functions of the house.

If you are selected to live in a Greek house, you will receive a housing contract from your sorority or fraternity. Your organization will facilitate the contract process and turn in all housing contracts to the Office of Sorority & Fraternity Life. You will be billed rent through MyUTK for each semester that you live in the house.

A sorority or fraternity housing contract is a fall and spring contract unless you have special permission to live there only for one semester. The housing contract is binding, just like a residence hall contract or a lease, so be sure you agree to the length of the contract before you sign. In order to live in a sorority or fraternity house, you must maintain enrollment at UT and remain in good standing with your sorority or fraternity. 

Sorority and fraternity students currently living in Greek houses who wish to return to university housing for the fall 2017 semester may participate in Different Hall, Different Room selection beginning February 13, 2017.

Fraternity House Director Positions

Each fraternity with a house employs a house director. The selected individual reports to the Fraternity House Corporation and will live-in the fraternity house.

Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree or equivalent professional experience. The House Director may not be a current undergraduate student. The House Director is not an employee of UT. However, this position is available to graduate students and can be combined with an assistantship on campus.

The following positions are available for 2016–17:

If you have questions about the fraternity house director role, contact the Director of Sorority and Fraternity Life, Kelly Phillips at dkphilli@utk.edu

Sorority House Director Positions

Each sorority with a house employs a house director. The selected individual reports to the sorority house corporation and will live-in the sorority house.

There are no sorority house director positions available at this time.

If you have questions about the sorority house director role, contact the Assistant Director of Sorority and Fraternity Life, Jennifer Pierce at jpierc23@utk.edu.

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