UCF Greek Housing & Life Center Completed

The UCF Greek Housing & Life Center Project team received their certificate of occupancy on June 20, 2013. The Kappa Kappa Gamma and Chi Omega houses as well as the Greek Life Center will be opening in fall 2013 on the University of Central Florida main campus. “We are thrilled to be able to open additional houses for the fraternity and sorority community and to give students an on-campus and organizational living-learning experience,” Greg Mason, director of fraternity and sorority housing and development, said.

Mason said there are a total of 47 fraternity and sororities at UCF, and the majority of those chapters do not have houses. Among those 47 organizations, there are currently 11 on-campus houses, which means that by fall there will be a total of 13. This means that there will be an additional 80 bed spaces, raising the total number of students residing in Greek Park to more than 460.

This Design/Build project began construction early 2012 and consisted of approximately 25,500 GSF for the two (2) houses and 4,506 GSF for the Greek Life Center.

Powell Design Group of Orlando Florida is the Design entity and Architect of Record. Cunningham and Associates of Missouri is the team’s Greek Design Specialist.