The Theta Omicron alumni and undergraduate leadership have developed a solid plan to address the long-term viability of the Pi Kappa Alpha experience on the Indiana State University campus. Through careful study, assessment, and planning, they determined that several significant updates and an addition to the chapter house are necessary to meet the needs of today’s students and to keep their chapter number one at ISU. Working with Holder Design Architects and Keymark Development, the Theta Omicron House Corporation has developed a tactical approach to their future.

  • The chapter house was formerly the Grace United Methodist Church.

  • The building was constructed in 1950. Mr. and Mrs. Pease were married there and Ed was baptized there.

  • Pi Kappa Alpha purchased the property in 1999.

  • Chapter house has a maximum occupancy of 12 men.

  • Structure is 9000 sq. ft.


Chapter’s Designated Lodge

  • Chapter room will become a designated academic lecture hall

  • Three bedrooms will become a designated chapel

  • Two bedrooms will become a designated museum

  • All bathrooms will be upgraded

  • Second-floor access will upgraded to be ADA-compliant

  • Twelve-man residential occupancy will be relocated to the new residential wing

A New Residential Apartment Complex

  • A 17000-sq.-ft., 14-apartment complex will be constructed to house 38 men

  • Six two-man units with full kitchen and private bathroom amenities

  • Six four-man units with two bathrooms in each unit and full kitchens

  • Two single-man units

  • Robert Adger Smythe Hall will become the designated trophy display area

  • Each apartment will have a designated study suite

  • A live-in scholarship advisor suite will be included on the grounds

  • Sprinkler, fire safety, and security systems will be installed

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