After 80 years of hard use, the California Epsilon Chapter House of Phi Kappa Psi at UCLA is in dire need of a new chapter house. The undergraduates are constantly battling exposed wires, leaking pipes, mold, and other serious issues. Additionally, it is not meeting the academic needs of the Phi Kappa Psi members. Through a capital fraternity fundraising campaign, a new facility will be instrumental in addressing these challenges and will help achieve the goal of providing a chapter house that serves as a proud symbol of their vision of excellence.
The goal is a high-quality, durable facility that will provide a safe living and learning environment for decades to come, while maintaining the storied history of Phi Kappa Psi. In all areas, the architect has been instructed to address mandatory building and fire code requirements. In addition, a special emphasis has been placed on the use of practical and durable building materials,finishes, and fixtures.
Construct a 22,000 square foot home on the existing footprint
New chapter house will sleep 50+ undergraduates
Provide 28 off-street parking spaces for members