Fraternity Housing

Campus Life owns and operates 11 fraternity facilities located near the Athletic Complex in the Village Green on the Danforth Campus. Currently 10 of the 11 are housed by Fraternities and the other is under the operation of Washington University Residential Life.

2017 Important Dates

  • Spring Semester Closing- Non-Seniors: May 11, 2017 – 5PM
  • Spring Semester Closing- Seniors: May 21, 2017 – 12PM

2017 – 2018 Important Dates

  • Fall Semester Opening: August 26, 2017 – 8:30AM
  • Spring Semester Closing – Non-Seniors: May 10, 2018 – 5PM
  • Spring Semester Closing – Seniors: May 20, 2018 – 12PM

Students may request to arrive early or extend their stay outside of the Fall opening/Spring closing dates. However, a fee of $50.00 per day will be charged to the student’s account for each additional day of occupancy.

Submit a Request


Phi Delta Theta
Single/Double $10,156/year
Triple $7,134/year
All other Fraternity Houses , House 1, & House 11
Single $11,066/year
Double $9,700/year
Triple $7,134/year

  • Fraternity house contracts are due by 5:00 pm on February 24th, prior to all Residential Life housing rounds.
  • If you are planning on living in the Fraternity House, speak with your House Manager ASAP.
  • Advance payments are not required for living in a fraternity house; however a $500.00 fee will be applied to a student’s account upon the cancellation of his contract, regardless of when the contract is cancelled. Please note that if you cancel to go abroad on a non-University program, you will still be responsible for the cancellation fee.
  • Contracts will be available online through your WebSTAC account at least 2 weeks before the deadline.
  • Please note: Most Fraternities have requirements for members to live in, please talk with the leadership of your specific chapter for details on what is required from you on living in.
  • Also note: House Managers willsubmitt actual room assignments by May 1st, 2016. Each Fraternity chapter has its own process for room selection within their organizational structure.

What is an “occupancy rate” and how does it affect current members and new members?

  • Each Fraternity is expected to occupy its house to the full capacity.
  • Those men that are new members or current members of a Fraternity will not be allowed to continue through the lottery process if at the deadline the chapter house does not have contracts filled out equaling 100% of the occupancy for the academic year. This is ultimately due to the fact that if one was to live in Residential Life housing while his Fraternity House is not full, that man is considered by the University as having two housing spots, one that is reserved for him in his Fraternity House and the one that he would be living in Residential Life housing.
  • If a current fraternity house resident wants to return to Residential Life housing in next year, he will receive a lottery number equivalent to his class standing however, he will only be eligible to petition for housing if his fraternity has submitted contracts equivalent to 100% of occupancy by the February deadline.
  • Please note: If you want to remain in Residential Life Housing but your fraternity does not submit 100% of contracts by the February 27th deadline, unfortunately you will not be able to participate in their room assignment process.

Log onto your WebSTAC account.

Room and Board Application Home Page

This screen provides each individual student with important information about returning student application and payment, including:

Terms and Conditions

Application for housing

Terms and Conditions

  1. Thoroughly read and familiarize yourself with the presented Terms and Conditions. This housing application is a binding contract and the Terms and Conditions outline all rules and regulations of Washington University Fraternity & Sorority Life housing.
  2. After reading, select the check box at the end of the document to signify that you have read and agree to the rules and regulations outlined by the Terms and Conditions.
  3. When complete, click on the “continue” button to advance to the application page.

Create Application
This section has This section has three different steps:

  1. Student Information (demographic information)
  2. Meal Plan
  3. Review and Submit (review of application with rules and submission)

STEP 1: Student Information

  1. Class level next year: select class level you will be for the upcoming academic year.
  2. Abroad intent: Select your intent for studying abroad (this selection is not a commitment)
  3. Contact phone numbers: Please enter your cell phone and fax numbers. Make sure your
  4. WebSTAC “contact information” is up to date for correspondence regarding your housing contract.
  5. Select ‘continue’ to advance to the next step.

STEP 2: Meal Plan

  1. Meal plan options: Select a meal plan from the options. All students are required to have a meal plan.
  2. Select ‘continue’ to advance to the next step.

Review and Submit

  1. Dates of occupancy, room charges, room assignments: Read through each section and make sure you fully understand the Terms and Conditions. This contract cannot be cancelled without a financial penalty.
  2. Declaration of intent: Read carefully through this section and check the box to agree to the all outlined statements.
  3. Cancellation: Check the box to show you understand that the contract cannot be cancelled without a financial penalty.
  4. Review/print application: IF YOU ARE 18 AND OVER: Click to review your application. Carefully read through every item to ensure that answers are correct. After submitting, you will not be able to change any items online. IF YOU ARE UNDER 18: After reviewing your application and ensuring that answers are correct, print a copy of the application. Obtain parent/guardian signature and return or fax it to the Office of Residential Life at 314-935-4001.

After reviewing, click ‘submit application’ to submit.

Maintenance Form

Maintenance Requests Form should be only submitted by House Managers or Chapter Presidents. Submit Here

House Manager Applications 2017 – 2018

Want to be a House Manager? Apply now! The deadline for applying for the undergraduate live-in positions is Monday, March 10th, 2017.

Apply for the position


  • Available – Now
  • Due – March 10th at 5PM
  • Interviews – March 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th
  • Selection & Offers – March 29th – 31st

Must meet two of the three requirements:

  • Lived in the house for at least one semester
  • Affiliated with the fraternity for at least one year
  • 2.5 cumulative GPA

House Managers hold academic year positions. The House Manager Job Description details their performance of administrative, maintenance, safety/security, chapter development, advising/facilitating and role modeling functions for their residents/members and of the community in general, working under supervision of the Program Coordinator for Fraternity/Sorority Life.


Terms and Conditions


Carynn Smith

Program Coordinator for Fraternity/Sorority Life

Meet with Carynn