A structural failure forced the Phi Sigma Kappa chapter house at the University of Tennessee to be condemned by the fire marshall and closed permanently. This led to the capital fundraising campaign to replace the facility and continue the fraternity’s traditions of more than 70 years at the University of Tennessee. Enhancements include:

  • A library enhancing the academic component of the chapter house by providing ample space for individual and group study

  • An alumni room capturing the history of Xi Deuteron and spotlight prominent alumni; a spacious living room with dual fireplaces

  • House occupancy for 24 men featuring three upperclassmen suites with two bedrooms/one bathroom/living room, eight underclassmen bedrooms with two beds per room and two single rooms; Housemother/graduate assistant suite containing a bedroom, sitting room, and private bath

  • Suites and bedrooms with electrical and communication wiring that is adequate for the present and future technological needs of residents (computers, modems, printers, etc.); modular desks and closets in study rooms give increased flexibility to residents

  • A large dining room to accommodate 48 people; night kitchen with ice machine, microwave, and sink

  • Life-safety features including hard-wired smoke detectors and self-closing fire doors

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