The Southeast Missouri State University Board of Regents today authorized Southeast officials to contract for architectural and engineering services to complete a Greek Housing master plan and assess related utility infrastructure needs.
Kathy Mangels, vice president for finance and administration, told the Board that Southeast’s current housing for Greek students constructed in the 1960s features double occupancy rooms that fail to meet the needs of upperclass students who often seek more privacy and amenities. Southeast’s current Greek housing is on the north end of campus near the Towers Complex.
The creation of a new Greek Village would help the University meet three important housing goals, she said.
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