Alpha Chi Omega Sorority House
Constructed as Eclectic House 
Unit A (A-7) Tex-41-CH-31 [1,2]
Sep. 26, 1959:
Delta Kappa chapter founded
Renamed Alpha Chi Omega House
The Alpha Chi Omega Sorority House a two-story student residence located north of 17th Street and between Avenues I and J.
The house was originally home to members of the Eclectics club, one of the literary societies that was "in continuous existence since the 1890's," says the 1950 Alcalde. While coed at first, membership was strictly women-only by 1916.
In 1959, the students of the club became charter members of the Delta Kappa chapter of Alpha Chi Omega sorority.
A small sign in the front yard identifies the home of the sorority.
Signage out front the building.
Green grows up the face of the building along the right side of the door.
The sorority's bright red front door.
The rear entrance of the AXO House empties out into a narrow alley that runs perpendicular to Avenues I and J.
SourcesVision Realized (1970)
 Minutes from the Board of Regents; February 28, 1958
 SHSC Revenue Bond Buildings (c.1965)