Constructed as Aydelotte House
Unit Q Tex-41-CH-120 [1,2]
Sigma Mu Zeta chapter founded
Repurposed as Lambda Chi Alpha House
Sigma Mu Zeta chapter moves off-campus
Reverted to Aydelotte and general housing
Aydelotte House was a two-story student residence located south of 21st Street along the east side of Avenue I.
Residence Life classified this small house as a part of the "The Valley" (formerly "Four South"). The 8,161-square-foot residence was identified as one of the Men's Cooperative Homes when its honorary name was approved by the Board of Regents .
The Sigma Mu Zeta chapter of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity chapter lived here during the mid-to-late 1970s. A 1979 Houstonian article says the fraternity was asked to move off-campus because the group had not maintained the house . The house then became general student housing, and returned to being identified by its original honorific name.
Sources Minutes from the Board of Regents; March 3-4, 1961
 SHSC Revenue Bond Buildings (c.1965)
 Houstonian; August 27, 1979
Eric Roberts, LXA National Office