Greek Village Project
The transformation from Greek Court to Greek Village is underway. Alumni house corporations will be able to lease lots in Greek Village on which they will design, construct, own, and operate new chapter houses. This project will replace aging infrastructure and provide new amenities for the NC State fraternity and sorority community. A total of 20 building lots will be available in a phased plan that will remove existing University-owned houses. To date, all 20 lots are spoken for.
Kappa Delta moved into their new home in October 2012, Sigma Nu moved into their house in January 2014, and Delta Gamma moved in to their new home in August 2016. Sigma Phi Epsilon has plans to start construction in spring 2017 and anticipate opening Fall of 2018.
Phase 2 construction began in the summer of 2015. Two old chapter houses were removed and infrastructure work to prepare lots is underway. The project should wrap in December of 2016. Shortly after, two additional organizations can begin construction of new homes to open in Fall 2018. Delta Zeta and Lambda Chi Alpha are current in design phase and hope to break ground in spring 2017 with a Fall 2018 anticipated opening.
Future Phases will include the following organizations:
- Alpha Sigma Phi
- Chi Psi
- Pi Kappa Alpha
The Greek Village plan has garnered tremendous support among students, alumni/alumnae, University administration and members of the Raleigh community. The Greek Village Development Team of alumni/alumnae, University staff, and consultants, meets regularly to guide development of the Village. A Greek Village Housing Association, comprised of representatives from the groups in Greek Village, has formed to provide ongoing oversight of the Village.
Infrastructure design for Phase 3 should begin spring 2017, and we hope to start construction in June 2018.
The Vision for Greek Village was developed in 2005 by the Greek Court Redevelopment Task Force.
Fraternity and Sorority Life
NC State University
Campus Box 7345
Raleigh, NC 27695-7345