The Panhellenic House opened in September 2004 and was designed as a campus housing complex for sorority members. It is located in the Greek Village at 2770 Wesbrook Mall, and is close to the University Village, public transit, and academic buildings.
The main floor of the building is comprised of meeting rooms for each of the eight sororities. Each meeting room reflects the personality of the sorority. With kitchen facilities, private patios, and a cozy atmosphere, the chapter room is regarded as a welcoming place to study, go for lunch, or just hang out.
The top three floors of the building are devoted to the residential component of the Panhellenic House. The residence accommodates 72 female students in 18 quad-style apartments. Each quad has four private bedrooms, a shared kitchen, dining room, living room, full bathroom, powder room, and common storage closet. Laundry facilities and bike storage are located in the basement of the building, and parking is available nearby.