Greek Leadership Village
In the fall of 2018, ASU will open the Greek Leadership Village, a facility that offers fraternities and sororities a chance to live and work together. The Village provides individual chapter houses and a 30,000 square foot community center where all five governing councils can work together to advance values-based, impact-driven programs and experiences for the fraternity and sorority community. Conceived of and designed by students, for students, the Greek Leadership Village will further accelerate the communities’ focus on scholarship, leadership and philanthropy in support of the design aspirations of the New American University. The Greek leadership Village is located at the southeast cover of Rural and Terrace Roads.
Leave your legacy
The Legacy Wall, located within the Greek Leadership Village Community Center, will serve as an enduring tribute to those who have served the community during their tenure at ASU. Honor a loved one, recognize your chapter leaders, or mark your own contributions by securing a place on the Legacy Wall.
“The Greek Leadership Village is a way for students and alumni to stay connected. The Village will be a place where alumni can reconnect with chapter members and see firsthand how the Greek experience at ASU has developed. This is a unique opportunity for us to leave a legacy and share a common experience.”
– Nick Sweetman, Alumnus, Delta Sigma Phi, awarded “Most Outstanding Fraternity Man in the Country” in 2016.