UNK has invested more than 30 million dollars into the fraternity and sorority community with the renovation of Martin Hall and building of Armstrong Hall to be the new home of the fraternity and sorority life. In Martin and Armstrong Halls, each chapter has their own chapter room, lounge, study room, private living spaces, and ability to live on campus year-round through 365 housing plans.

UNK is one of only a handful of schools in the country where MGC organizations can live in the FSL designated halls and have their own lounge and chapter spaces.

Most organizations have live-in requirements for one or two years beginning their second year on campus, but members are welcome to live in longer.

Housing Tour Gallery

Get a peek into the new fraternity and sorority life housing. Visit the links below to learn more about each building.

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