Fraternity and Sorority Housing
Carolina is fortunate to have some of the premier fraternity and sorority houses in the country. Nestled next to campus is the Greek Village, where 20 facilities, housing approximately 700 students, call home. The Greek Village is managed by the USC Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and the various fraternity and sorority House Corporations. Each house has a live-in house director who is trained to manage the facility, develop mentoring relationships with residents, and make sure rules and policies are upheld.
USC also has sororities and fraternities that reside in on-campus residence halls. South Tower houses sororities and McBryde Hall houses fraternities. These halls are managed by University Housing.