Southeast Missouri State University Greek Village

CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI

  • Southeast Missouri State University
  • New Construction
  • 28,000 SF total
  • $9.2 million

Fraternities have a dedicated home that reflects their unique identities while still encouraging inter-fraternal events in the new Greek Village.

This cul-de-sac becomes activated with energy as the Greek community hosts barbecues and events. Students from all over campus are drawn to this new space. While all four homes are the same size and similar layout, each one is tailored to each fraternity’s unique culture and traditions. They feature traditional, ornate spaces that represent the tradition and history of their organizations.

Greek housing is a part of campus housing on SEMO’s campus, but the fraternities and sororities were housed in aging facilities. This is the first phase of relocating the Greek community to updated homes.

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