Fraternity & Sorority Option: Individuals & Interns

The Fraternity & Sorority Option: Individuals & Interns

Fraternity and sorority housing at GW is a partnership between the university and each chapter. As such, individual guests are required to communicate direct with the House Manager of the GW chapter in advance of reserving Greek housing. Review the Reservation Process instructions below if you're interested in living in a chapter's residence for the summer.

The following chapters have housing open for Summer 2022 at GW:

  • Alpha Epsilon Phi
  • Kappa Phi Lambda
  • Sigma Psi Zeta
  • Alpha Sigma Phi
  • Zeta Beta Tau
  • Lambda Pi Chi
  • Kappa Sigma
  • Kappa Alpha Theta
  • Pi Beta Phi
  • Chi Omega

If you are affiliated with a fraternity or sorority other than those listed, review details about GW's other residence hall housing options.

Greek Housing consists of the following:

  • Single occupancy bedrooms within a larger townhouse
  • Bedrooms furnished with a bed, mattress, dresser, desk, chair, and a wardrobe or closet
  • Most townhouses also offer a community kitchen, living and dining room
  • An en-suite or community bathroom
  • Air conditioning

2022 Fraternity & Sorority Housing Rates

The Summer 2022 housing rate/cost for the Fraternity & Sorority Option is $364 per week per person, with a minimum of 8 weeks of stay.

Rates do not include the 14.95% District of Columbia Gross Sales Tax. Review the qualifications to see if you can be considered for tax exemption.

Reservation Process

  1. Contact the House Manager of the chapter with which you would like to live and alert him/her of your interest in living in the chapter's house for summer.
  2. Apply online through our Summer Housing Application Portal and choose the appropriate chapter house after selecting the GW-operated fraternity and sorority housing option.
  3. After signing up, the House Manager will be notified of your application and will be required to approve/confirm your reservation made to GW Summer Housing.  If the chapter does not approve your housing reservation, we will arrange alternate housing in one of our residence halls based on your initial housing request (alternate housing may require an additional cost).

Greek Housing Buildings


  • 620 21st Street NW

Room Types (approximate):

  • 60% 2-person unit with adjoined bath
  • 30% 1-person unit with common bath


  • Shared kitchens on 3 floors in building


  • Laundry facilities in building – coin operated for summer

Technology (per room/apartment):

  • Individual High Speed Internet

Strong Hall is the only building designated solely for females. It offers both Greek housing and single bedroom options for guests.  Two of GW’s affiliated sororities, Pi Beta Phi and Chi Omega, occupy space in Strong Hall.  Each chapter has a private community room, kitchen, and dining room areas that are accessible only to guests who request Strong Hall as a Greek Housing option.  Chi Omega women also have access to both of Strong Hall’s roof decks.

Room Types:

  • 2-person single bedroom style unit
  • 1-person single bedroom style unit


  • Kitchen in each building


  • Laundry facilities in building – coin operated for summer

Technology (per room/apartment):

  • Individual High Speed Internet

These buildings are located around the center of campus with four to six residents in 1 & 2-person bedrooms. Each townhouse offers a full kitchen, one or two community bathrooms, and most have outdoor space. No two townhouses are the same; therefore, the amenities of each vary from townhouse to townhouse.