Housing arrangements for each fraternity and sorority at Case are determined by the financial and organizational responsibility of the chapter. Some chapters own their houses, and in other cases, residents live with groups in thLe residence halls. The actual living arrangements vary greatly in regard to how many members may reside in a house, and in each room.
Chapters with houses commonly run their own meal plan with a fraternity cook employed to prepare meals. In general, fraternal living is comparable to non-Greek living costs, and in many cases, is less expensive. CWRU recognizes Greek housing as official university housing and therefore financial aid is not affected.