The Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life is a 6,000-square-foot stand-alone facility and is the first of its kind in the country.


Opened in the spring of 2014, the center furnishes a place for all fraternity and sorority chapters and provides an equitable space that allows for groups to meet and work. It also gives alumni a welcoming site to visit and offers space for UNT fraternities and sororities and other recognized student organizations to reserve for programs and meetings. The Center has had the privilege of hosting a number of special programs at UNT. Those programs include; Greek Graduation, Second Chance Prom, fraternity and sorority alumni reunions, and Order of Omega initiation.

The Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life has an abundance of resources to meet the needs of not only the fraternity and sorority community, but the broader UNT community as well. Provided the space is available, the Center works to accommodate any request from any UNT student organization or department. Preference will be given to greek lettered organizations' request. The Center has two gendered restrooms as well as a gender neutral restroom so that any guest is comfortable in the space.