Welcome to Greek Village

The University of South Florida currently houses 14 national fraternities and sororities in the Greek Village. Greek housing is open to individuals who are members of these Greek organizations. Each organization resides in a two- or three-story house comprised of double bedrooms with a community kitchen, common restrooms and a living room. Residents are required to sign a Greek Housing contract provided by Housing & Residential Education and any additional contracts pertaining to individual organizational membership.

About Greek Village

  • Capacity: 340 beds
  • Double bedrooms available
  • Furniture includes: built-in closet, bed, desk, chair and dresser per student. Living rooms and kitchen on the first floor of each house.
  • Cable TV
  • Ethernet connection for each resident in each bedroom
  • Washers and dryers in each house provided by individual organization
  • 24-hour, on-call emergency maintenance
  • Room layouts available on the Greek Village Standard Operating Guide

Contact Information:

For further information about Greek Life, contact the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life at (813) 974-7335. For specific questions about Greek Housing, contact Housing & Residential Education at (813) 974-0001

Our Community:

Housing & Residential Education manages 14 Greek Village properties:


Alpha Delta Pi


Pi Kappa Phi


Sigma Delta Tau


Zeta Tau Alpha


Delta Chi


Sigma Chi


Delta Gamma


Delta Delta Delta


Sigma Nu


Zeta Beta Tau


Chi Omega


Sigma Phi Epsilon


Kappa Delta


Alpha Omicron Pi


Resources & Forms:

2015-2016 Greek Village Standard Operating Guide
2015-16 Greek Contract Terms, Conditions, and Responsibilities
2015-16 Community Manager Agreement
Alterations to Building or Property Form
Room Change and Cancellation Instructions
Advisor/House Corporation Card Access Form
Out-of-House Member Card Access Form
Greek Village Key Request Form



Greek Village Gallery

Apply to Become a Community Manager!

If you are interested in becoming a Community Manager for the 2016-2017 academic year, please review the information below. Any questions can be directed to Cody Porter, the Greek Village Staff Assistant, at 813-974-9186 or codyporter@usf.edu.

Minimum Qualifications to become a Community Manager:
All qualifications must be met at the time of application. The Application Process: (opens Tuesday, December 1, 2015

There are several steps to becoming a CM at the University of South Florida for the Fall 2016-Spring 2017 semesters. They are as follows:

  1. Read the CM Position Description
  2. Read the current Community Manager Position Description for a thorough understanding of position duties, responsibilities, and requirements. The position description is found in the “Documents” section below.

  3. Attend one Information Session.
  4. Attendance is mandatory to be considered for candidacy. Attend one of the sessions offered below:

    • December 1, 2015 @ 7:00pm (Alpha Omicron Pi Chapter House)
    • December 2, 2015 @ 7:00pm (Alpha Omicron Pi Chapter House)
    • January 12, 2016 @ 7:00pm (Alpha Omicron Pi Chapter House)
    • January 13, 2016 @ 7:00pm (Alpha Omicron Pi Chapter House)

  5. Complete an application.
  6. In order to complete the application, you must access the Housing Portal. Follow to “Programs and Events” page. If you do not see the CM Application, e-mail Cody Porter at codyporter@usf.edu for assistance. The application is a fillable PDF which is to be typed and then printed (handwritten applications will not be accepted). Make sure to sign the application and also complete the FERPA Waiver (included at the end of the application).

  7. Obtain one (1) reference.
  8. Reference forms can be found in the “Documents” section below. The reference form is a fillable PDF. As an applicant, please make sure you fill out the top section labeled, “to be completed by the applicant” before saving and emailing the document to the individuals you would like to complete the form. By submitting your reference, you are waiving your right of access (as afforded under federal law) to the information provided on the form. Submission instructions are provided to each reference on the form, and all references should be submitted no later than 5:00pm on January 18, 2016 to the following:

  9. House Corporation representative or any Chapter Advisor
  10. Housing Reviews Applications.
  11. Housing & Residential Education will verify each applicant’s GPA and student conduct record. Application and reference materials will also be reviewed to ensure all applicant files are complete. Individuals who meet the qualifications and have submitted a completed application packet and attended an information session will be considered.

  12. Individual Interview
  13. Applicants will be invited to schedule an individual interview via email. The email will be sent to the students’ USF email account by Wednesday, January 20, 2016 by 5 PM. Candidates must accept or decline the interview offer no later than Monday, January 25, 2016 at 5:00pm. Failure to reply will imply that the candidate has declined the offer to participate in the interview.

    Candidates must participate in an individual interview. Individual interviews will be held February 1-5 and and February 8-10, 2016. You will schedule your interview day and time and be given an interview location when you accept the interview offer.

    Candidates will be notified of the status in the process on March 2, 2016. Accept/Decline is due by 5:00pm on March 2, 2016.


2016-17 Community Manager Agreement
Please complete the top section of the form by typing in your response before delivering to your Reference. 2016-17 Community Manager Reference Form

Apply to Become a Resident Assistant (Non-Greek Housing)!

If you are interested in becoming a Resident Assistant for the 2016-2017 academic year in non-Greek housing, you must go through the RA Selection Process. Please note that the RA Selection Process and the CM Selection Process are separate. If you want to apply for both positions, you must go through both selection processes.

To learn more about the RA position and application process, please visit the Housing & Residential Education RA Selection website.