Theta Chi Fraternity House

Theta Chi Fraternity House
322 Bearkat Boulevard
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Timeline

Apr. 22, 1987 Theta Eta Chapter receives colony status
May 13, 1989 Theta Eta Chapter founded
Jan. 26, 2001 Groundbreaking
Nov. 2001 House occupied [1]

Namesake

None

Architect

Unknown

Contractor(s)

Unknown

Links


Theta Chi Fraternity House

The chapter house during its first decade - and with original sign.


Theta Chi Fraternity House

Ten years of wear and tear on the house is one thing but loosing an F and a third of a Y is another problem.


Theta Chi Fraternity House

A view from 2014 of the chapter's new sign along 16th Street.


Sources

[1] J.R. Thompson: "Of Bricks, Mortar, and Truisms"

The Theta Chi Fraternity House is an organization-owned structure east of main campus.

Prior to this location the chapter lived on a rural property five emiles from campus in a house previously used by another fraternity [1].

The 2,800 square-foot house contains bed space for seven residents, and common space sufficient for forty members, including a large chapter room, living room, library/study, small kitchen and a dining area [1].


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