Center for Residential Living and Leadership
The Center for Residential Living and Leadership is responsible for the general welfare of residence hall students and fraternities & sororities, particularly concerning their out-of-class activities, living environment, and leadership development. Additionally, the Center coordinates room assignments and administers the Student Judicial System.
The Lewis J. Burger Center for Student Leadership and Public Service
strives to educate and prepare students to be committed and effective leaders in their careers, families, and communities. Through programs such as BUILD, Real World Prep/the Accenture Leadership Series and TEAM Bradley students develop skills critical for campus and community leadership positions. The Center also coordinates the Volunteer Network, which connects Bradley students with Peoria Service agencies in an effort to promote community service and volunteerism. For more information visit leadership.bradley
Residential Living Residential Living hires and trains the residence hall staff and the University’s residence halls are University Hall, Geisert Hall, Harper Hall, Wyckoff Hall, Heitz Hall, Williams Hall, College Hall, Wendle Hall, Elmwood Hall, Lovelace Hall, and Student Apartment Complex. Juniors and Seniors have the option of moving into St. James Apartments, operated by Cambridge Property Management.
For more information visit www.bradley.edu/housing/
Fraternities and Sororities
Bradley’s Greek community is comprised of three councils: the Interfraternity Council (IFC), Panhellenic Council (Panhel), and the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC). The Interfraternity Council consists of 14 fraternities, the Panhellenic Council consists of 7 sororities, and the National Pan-Hellenic Council consists of one fraternity and 3 sororities. The primary components of fraternity and sorority life are leadership, scholarship, service, and social.
For more information, visit www.bugreeklife.com
The Division of Student Affairs