Sorority and fraternity brothers and sisters are happy to once again have a home to call their own as students move back to campus for the school year.
Arizona State University recently announced they would be opening a new Greek Village for fraternity and sorority members on campus.
Nearly 500 students in Greek life will live in the new village and fraternity members are excited to be moving in together this year.
"It's really good to see everyone and it's good that we have everyone kind of coming together," fraternity member Ryan Page.
ASU reportedly plans to create even more Greek housing in the coming years, but for now, Greek Village is the first step.