Consistent with providing world-class residential living options for students, the University of Connecticut built and manages housing for fraternities and sororities. Construction began in the summer of 2002 and students moved in for the fall of 2003. Twelve sororities and fraternities host 300 residents in Husky Village near the north entrance of campus. The houses are built in a beautiful townhouse style, with eight of the units holding 30 people each and the other four units holding 15 people each. Each house has a full kitchen, chapter office, common living room, central air, and a spiraling front staircase that leads up to two more floors of bedrooms and baths. Each chapter has decorated their housing unit to provide a unique and personalized décor. The lit outdoor volleyball and basketball courts provide for numerous hours of community recreational enjoyment.
Husky Village Information
Questions? Contact the Husky Village Hall Director.