The University of South Dakota Sigma Chapter House Association and undergraduate leadership of Sigma Alpha Epsilon have conducted a capital fundraising campaign to address the long-term viability of the SAE experience on the South Dakota campus. The house is now 53 years old and on the verge of being closed down by the fire marshall. We now have an opportunity to build a new facility, the first among the Greek community at South Dakota since the late 1960s.

Project Highlights:

  • 36- to 40-man chapter house

  • Suite-style living competitive with Coyote Village and off campus housing

  • Life safety systems, including sprinklers and fire-rated, self-closing doors

  • Energy-efficient heating equipment, insulation, windows and doors

  • Maximized individual and group study space

  • Wireless Internet access

  • Latest academic technology equipment

  • Secure outside access points and monitoring t

  • Ample parking, proper lighting, and landscaping

  • Alumni gathering and chapter entertainment areas

  • Basketball and volleyball courts

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