The University of Maryland built and owns 21 buildings expressly for Fraternity and Sorority residential housing. Currently, ten houses are used by sororities and eleven are used by Fraternities. All sorority houses have accessible common and residential areas. While only a few of the fraternity houses have full accessibility to common and residential areas, provision has been made for adaptation and accommodation, should it be called for.
All 21 buildings have the latest environmental and fire safety systems, including audible and visual alarms.
This link will take you to maps of the two areas where these 21 houses are located – known as Fraternity Row and the Graham Cracker.