For more than 100 years, the Indiana Gamma Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon at Indiana University has played an integral role in the fraternity experience at Indiana University. Founded in 1907, the Indiana Gamma Chapter has had several homes in Bloomington that have facilitated the growth of their brotherhood. No home of Indiana Gamma was more cherished than the Jordan Crest gables, which was lost to a fire in 1969.

In 2007, the chapter was reborn with the recolonization of Indiana Gamma. The chapter was chartered in 2009 and boasted 89 men. All this had been achieved without a chapter house to call home. While this revival has been impressive, it was clear that Indiana Gamma needed a fraternity fundraising campaign for long-term sustainability.


  • ADA compliance

  • Green energy solutions.

  • Main floor is with a unique SAE foyer

  • TV lounge and game room with adjacent multi-purpose dining room

  • Library with small meeting space for alumni and undergraduate committees

  • “Smart classroom” with web-integrated television

  • Full-service kitchen and 24-hour kitchenette

  • Private house director suite

  • Sleeping capacity of 48 men

  • Residential areas secured by electronic keypads

  • Shared study lounge with kitchenette on residential floors

  • No more than four beds sharing one bathroom

  • Parking spaces for all residents

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