The 106 acres of the Worth Hills area of campus once was a golf course known locally as "Goat Hills." Today, it is known as "Greek Hill" or "The Greek," and is the area where our fraternities and sororities are housed on campus. The houses are run similarly to a residence hall and have chapter rooms unique to each organization on the first floor. In addition, each chapter president and a chapter resident assistant live in the building with the members. Beckham-Shelburne, Frances Sadler, Martin-Moore, Moody, Tomlinson and Wiggins halls are currently the residence halls for our fraternities and sororities. Wiggins Hall has a small area of general population students. Brachman Hall is the only general population residence hall located in the Worth Hills area.