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Mountain View Hall

Since the approval of the first fraternity in 1931, Northern Arizona University's Greek system has grown to host twenty-eight fraternities and sororities. Chapters had individual houses on campus until the university opted to build on-campus housing for the Greek system in 1960. The Fraternity Dormitory (currently Raymond Hall) and the Sorority Dormitory (currently McDonald Hall) primarily housed students in Greek Life until NAU built Mountain View in 1990.

Construction cost $14.1 million and resulted in room for 574 beds as well as chapter meeting rooms, a recreation center, and a two-level parking garage. Students are separated in living quarters both by gender and by chapter. Mountain View houses students from eighteen of the twenty-eight campus chapters, and joined most dorms in going alcohol-free in 1998.