Sorority Housing

If you are interested in living in a sorority environment, make sure to request a housing contract as soon as possible!


19 of our Panhellenic chapters reside on-campus in South Halls, with one chapter living in an off-campus house. Sorority living encompasses a cohesive community that values civic and social responsibility, mutual respect, and growth of organizations & their members. The environment provides a unique experience in leadership, community planning, and group interaction.

Sororities in South Halls have their own floor with a suite, individual bathrooms, and water-filling stations. Each sorority decorates their suite to their liking. Please see the photos above for general layouts of the suites and bedrooms.

Chapters are eager to open their doors to potential new members once they complete the formal recruitment process. Once you have accepted your bid, reach out to your sorority assistant to easily transfer your contract to the sorority floor! Spaces are limited so it is important to request contracts as they become available in October of the Fall semester!

Housing Process

If you are a current active member of your sorority, you can contact your sorority assistant or housing chair to inquire about living in your chapter’s house or floor.

If you are a potential new member and would like to live on your sorority’s floor in South Halls please see below:

Please visit and request a Spring housing contract for “Renovated South Halls” (go to contracts at the top > request housing). Penn State will send out acceptances in November and will transfer you from your current housing situation to your sorority floor once you’ve completed formal recruitment and accepted a bid.