UGA officials say the boarded up Kappa Alpha fraternity house on the edge of campus will likely become a parking lot for now. Eventually, university administrators plan to erect academic buildings where the Kappa Alpha house and a handful of other fraternity residences stand.
The university notified the groups in 2005 that they would need to find other places to live. The UGA Real Estate Foundation is building housing for some of the relocated fraternities to rent, while others are financing their own homes.
One fraternity, Chi Phi, has refused to move