- Fair Labor Standards Act Advisor
University and College Fraternity and Sorority Houses
Many universities and colleges have fraternity and sorority houses on their campuses that provide dormitory and dining hall facilities for students (members). Ordinarily, these organizations are controlled and operated by the national and local chapter organization and the degree of supervision and control by the educational establishment is casual and nominal. As a general rule, the Wage and Hour Division of the Department of Labor does not consider the operation of these fraternity and sorority houses as a part of the college or university enterprise.
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