Greek Houses - If granted 21+ Status, all alcohol must be consumed within the assigned room with room doors and windows closed. Alcohol is not permitted in common areas within a building, or outside of the unit on porches, lawns, etc. All alcohol must be in a contained access environment.
All residents of the room are responsible for all guests, regardless of who invited the guests or served the individual(s) prior to their arrival or during their visit.
It is each student’s responsibility to maintain legal limits of alcohol consumption. Students are subject to Indiana State Law in all cases of possession, consumption, and supplying of alcohol.
Violation of 21+ Status policies may result in the removal of approved status as well as a range of disciplinary action as listed under the general Alcohol Policy.
A full description of this policy is available on the University Website under Alcohol Policy.
Fraternities at the University of Evansville are required to follow all campus policies and procedures in order to maintain approved university housing status.
The fraternity organization must annually approve their willingness for 21+ status applications to be approved before 21+ Status applications will be considered within that property. If a fraternity does not allow 21+ status within their property, the fraternity will not be eligible to host social functions in the house with alcohol present.
If approved by the Fraternity, students living in Approved University Housing may apply for 21+ status for their assigned room.
All members of that room must be 21 years of age in order for an application to be granted.