Fraternity and Sorority Housing is one component of the Fraternity and Sorority Life program. Approximately 20 percent of the fraternity and sorority community lives in recognized housing. Currently all 14 Tufts based chapters are housed. Nine of the fourteen houses are owned and operated by Tufts University and 5 of the houses are independently owned and operated by independent house corporations. All 14 houses are recognized as on-campus housing for Tufts students and must adhere to the same set of expectations.
Fraternity and sorority houses provide a residential experience that is safe and secure and is conducive to learning and is aesthetically pleasing. Additionally, fraternity and sorority chapter houses play an important role in promoting community and providing opportunities for leadership development.
A fraternity or sorority chapter house is defined as a residential unit affiliated with Tufts University where all of the residents are members of a Tufts University recognized fraternity or sorority as defined by the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life.
House addresses/type of ownership
- Alpha Phi - 14 Sawyer Ave - Walnut Hill
- Alpha Omicron - Pi 25 Whitfield Ave - Walnut Hill
- ATO of MA - 134 Professors Row - Private
- Pi Delta - 45 Sawyer Ave - Tufts
- Chi Omega - 106 Professors Row - Tufts
- Delta Tau Delta - 98 Professors Row - Private
- Delta Upsilon - 114 Professors Row - Private
- Kappa Alpha Theta - 94 Curtis Street - Tufts
- Theta Chi - 100 Packard Ave Walnut - Hill
- Theta Delta Chi - 123 Packard Ave - Private
- Sigma Phi Epsilon - 92 Professors Row - Tufts
- Zeta Beta Tau - 126 Packard Ave - Walnut Hill
- Zeta Psi - 80 Professors Row - Private