Welcome to Greek Village!
The Greek Village at the University of West Georgia opened in Fall 2009 with chapter houses accommodating 18 NPC, IFC and NPHC sororities and fraternities. This community enhances Greek life at UWG by attracting potential members and providing a residential site for Greek life to flourish and expand. Building a sense of community living for Greek organizations is at the forefront of this project.
The Village includes a community building, an outdoor basketball and volleyball court, outdoor green space, adequate parking, and 18 houses. Each house has a living/chapter room, a residential kitchen, laundry facilities, and a mix of single and double bedrooms.
All bathrooms are semi-private (shared by two residents). Fraternities and sororities pay an annual Chapter Fee, and individual students living in the houses pay rent for their rooms. The outside of each house prominently displays the letters of the fraternity or sorority.