Since 1914, the Delta Mu Chapter of Delta Delta Delta sorority has been an important part of the University of Alabama. The unprecedented growth in the University’s enrollment over the past few years has increased the chapter’s roll to over 250 members. In response to this growth, the University embarked on a sorority fundraising initiative in which Tri-Delta chose to participate.

The House Corporation retained Treanor Architects from Lawrence, Kansas, and Ellis Architects of Tuscaloosa. The building committee and architects developed a plan that builds a home around the needs and opportunities of the chapter and modern building standards. The style and layout placed an emphasis on enhancing strong sisterhood, serving as an alumnae destination, providing an environment that benefits members’ academic pursuits, and strengthening Tri-Delta’s ties to the University and the community.

  • The new house will be a home to 66 sisters

  • The new dining room will allow seating for all members

  • Meeting space will allow members to comfortably gather and have audio visual equipment for presentations

  • Improved recruitment atmosphere with better acoustics and lighting and more space to accommodate guests

  • Round elements will pay homage to the beloved “Round House”

  • The outdoor living space will provide an inviting area for gatherings

  • Ample study and meeting space will encourage academic pursuits

  • Laundry facilities and common space will be provided on each reside

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