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The Group/Greek Housing community, completed in 1963, consists of five buildings on Group Housing Hill (adjacent to the Towers residence halls). The community-style living is reserved for active members of Southeast’s Greek chapters and other theme community student groups residing in the housing area. The buildings have air conditioning, movable furniture, a fire suppression and alarm system, and other amenities designed to help students succeed academically, personally, and socially.
Assignment to Group/Greek Housing is for students affiliated with groups residing in the housing area. Students must be approved by the Greek chapter’s House Manager or the Greek Hall Director before they can move into a fraternity or sorority house. Space allocations vary and are based on the size and needs of each individual group/chapter. Students living in a theme community are assigned by the Office of Residence Life. Housing contracts for members living in this area are completed with the Office of Residence Life and are legally binding agreements for the academic year.
Theme Communities in the Group Housing Area:
Southeast Missouri State University does not maintain Greek Organizational websites. For information on other Greek Organizations at Southeast Missouri State University, please refer to the Greek Life Web site.
The RHA fee serves multiple purposes. $7.30 goes to fund all the activities of the Residence Hall Association (RHA) and the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH). These student leadership organizations provide programming, conference attendance, and leadership development opportunities to our on-campus residents. $5.00 goes to support safety and security in the residence halls. These funds assist the Office of Residence Life in expanding keycard access to exterior doors of residence halls, installing cameras at residence hall entrances, and maintaining that equipment. $2.70 funds the programming provided by the Resident Assistants (RAs) in each of our residence halls. This money supports community development and educational programming provided throughout the residence halls during the year.
The technology fee is used to support the technology needs of each of the residence halls. This money supports the wireless and LAN networks in the student rooms, lounges, and throughout the residence halls. Funds are used to maintain and upgrade equipment, pay licensing or renewal fees, and maintain the software available to students within the residence halls.
The cable TV fee supports the offering of cable TV service throughout the residence halls. Over 150 cable channels are provided in every student room, most residence hall lounges, and some common areas throughout our residence halls. This fee also helps maintain the equipment and lines to provide this service in the residence halls.