The Indiana Delta of Pi Beta Phi Chapter House at Purdue University has always been an environment that fosters academic excellence; however, study space and academic needs have changed. To remain academically competitive, they must address the needs of today’s student by replacing the more than 50-year-old study room furniture. Additionally, the study rooms only have four outlets each and, with an increased dependence on electronics, we must put in new wiring. Upgraded study rooms and a focus on academic space in the Chapter House will ensure that Indiana Deltas remain scholastic leaders on campus through a capital fundraising campaign.


  • Update individual study rooms

  • Update the electrical systems

  • Rebuild the banister and stairs at the main entrance

  • Increase study space in the basement

  • Upgrade kitchen equipment and increase energy efficiency

  • New front door

  • Renovate house director's suite

  • New flooring and paint in cold dorm

  • Addition of entry doors for noise reduction

  • Paint study rooms’ doors and frames

  • Reconfigure treasurer’s office into a guest room

  • Wrap pillars on State Street entrance and second story windows

  • New concrete on west porch

  • Air conditioning for second and third floors

  • Replace carpet in first floor living room, loung, alcove, and library

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