North American Fraternity and Sorority Housing

North American Fraternity And Sorority Housing

North American fraternity and sorority housing refers largely to the houses or housing areas that fraternity and sorority members live and work together in. In addition to serving as housing, fraternity and sorority housing may also serve to host social gatherings, meetings, and functions that benefit the community.

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North American Fraternity And Sorority Housing - Largest Fraternity and Sorority Houses
... Rank Square Footage Fraternity or Sorority University Affiliation Location Year Completed 1 39,500 Pi Kappa Alpha Florida State University Tallahassee, Florida 2. 39,264 Zeta Beta ...

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