When UT students return to class this fall, some students will be able to move into sorority housing for the first time.
When the project is complete, there will be 13 houses, and one administration building.
On Tuesday, UT released a fact sheet about the project to help keep everyone updated.
Three of the houses are expected to be finished by the time the semester starts, with three more opening later this fall.
Work of the Alpha Omicron Pi and Phi Mu homes remains on hold until UT can get new contractors in place.
UT says all the students whose homes are not completed will have space in other university housing.
The Panhellenic Building will continue to serve sororities until spring or summer of next year.