Houses 1-7 and A-E
The Honors Houses (Houses 2 and 3) are for first-year students who have been admitted to the University Honors Program. The buildings, adjacent to Sorority Row, house 15 residents and one resident assistant (R.A.) in eight double or shared-occupancy rooms with suite-style bathrooms. These houses were built in 1962 and renovated in 2000.
Houses A-E are home to Stetson University's four fraternities: Delta Sigma Phi (House A), Pi Kappa Alpha (House B), Phi Sigma Kappa (House C) and Sigma Phi Epsilon (House E). Each fraternity house has space for 25 students. Every house includes a chapter room, a large community room, a kitchen, a common bathroom and 12 double bedrooms. These houses were built in 1962 and renovated in 2000.
Houses 1 and 4-7
Houses 1 and 4-7 are home to Stetson University's five sororities: Pi Beta Phi (House 1), Alpha Xi Delta (House 4), Alpha Chi Omega (House 5), Zeta Tau Alpha (House 6) and Delta Delta Delta (House 7). Each building houses 16 residents in shared-occupancy rooms with suite-style bathrooms, and also includes a large community room and a kitchen. Each chapter independently determines the residents who will live in their house with the guidance of their national organization and the university's Office of Fraternity and Sorority Involvement. These houses were built in 1990 and renovated in 2000.
- Central heat and air
- Ceiling fans throughout
- Local telephone connection
- Basic cable television (additional service available)
- Wired and wireless Internet access
- On-site parking
Fully Furnished Living/Dining Room
- Coffee table
- End tables
Fully Furnished Bedrooms
- Desk and desk chair
- Twin extra long bed
- Built-in closet
- Full range/oven
The Honors House Living-Learning Community is for students who want to take their Honors Program experience to the next level by living with fellow Honors students. Students in the Honors House bring their classroom discussions back home for outside-the-classroom awesomeness, providing more opportunities for group discussion, collaboration and community-building.
- Open to any first-year students who are admitted to the University Honors Program.
- The Honors House Living-Learning Community is located in the Honors House.