- Greek students in Phi Beta Sigma, Alpha Omega Pi, Delta Zeta,
Phi Mu, Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Xi Delta & Sigma Nu chapters
Living in Greek Housing as an upperclassman (sophomore, junior or senior), you’ll be close to friends, dining, classes and key Atlanta attractions. Proximity to campus facilities makes getting around and connecting to campus easy and convenient.
Resident safety and security are top priorities. Georgia State University Police operate a 24/7 sub-station in the University Commons community. Multiple levels of on-call staff also operate more than 1,000 cameras stationed around our six on-campus housing communities.
There’s a reason our residence halls are filled to capacity each year: Living on campus inspires student involvement, positively affects student success and enhances students' satisfaction with their college experience.
We encourage you to stay involved with events and activities through the Community Council and residential assistant programming.
Greek Town Houses
56 Edgewood Ave. NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
8:30 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.