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Living/Learning Community

NYU's Fraternity & Sorority Life community also boasts a vibrant living and learning community at Lafayette Residence Hall

Our "vertical Fraternity and Sorority Row" is located at the interesection of Chinatown and Tribeca. Suites on the top four floors, including 4 penthouse suites, make up our fraternity and sorority houses. Our houses consist of suites that hold up to 13 residents and have amenities such as: internet, cable, phone, laundry facilities, hard wood floors, 24-hour security, spacious common areas, and full service kitchens.

Leadership within the Halls...FSL Housing Representatives

Each fraternity and sorority living in Lafayette has a Fraternity and Sorority Life Housing Representative. This individual is responsible for communication/programming/inquiries between his/her chapter and Lafayette Residential Hall. Housing Representatives meet together bi-weekly and work together as a committee to discuss programming initiatives, collaboration opportunities, Lafayette updates/announcements, and other items that may come up with the community.

Each Housing Representative is responsible for programming one theme month, which consists of creating two tabling events and one large program surrounding a common theme of their choosing. The purpose of these theme months is to create a welcoming environment that unites the entire Lafayette community through community building activities and events. Each month offers something new and unique to the Lafayette community and has been a long-standing tradition for our Lafayette Living Learning communities.

1. Diversity

2. Mental Health

3. Career Development

4. Self-Esteem and Personal Development

5. Creative arts/Creative expression

6.  Encountering Stereotypes

7. Holiday Related (Religious/cultural awareness and Education)

8. Leadership Training

9.  Community-building

10.  Teamwork

11.  Relay for Life (Philanthrophy based)

12.  Drug/Alcohol Education

13.  Safe Sex

14.  Healthy Eating

15.  Exercise and Healthy life-style choices

Alpha Epsilon Phi:  Amy Lima

Alpha Epsilon Pi:  Seth Shevlin

Alpha Phi Zeta:  Jessica Lu

Delta Phi Epsilon:  Amanda Kellner

Kappa Kappa Gamma:  Caroline Gill

Pi Beta Phi:  Jennifer Donovan

Sigma Phi Epsilon:  Justin Torres

Zeta Beta:  Avu Chatuverdi

Zeta Psi: Mike Genett

Zeta Tau Alpha: Michelle Dieterich


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