Leading the way in 1957, Theta Chi was the first fraternity to build on the University of Florida’s fraternity row. While the chapter house had undergone multiple renovation projects since being built, in 2009 it was decided that no more patch work could take place and for a variety of safety and space reasons, a new chapter house was necessary. The Tau Chapter Realty Board engaged the architectural services of Cunningham + Associates to design a modernized chapter house to meet the needs of today's’ college students and be a place where alumni could be proud to return.

After a successful capital campaign, construction commenced in 2012. The new chapter house was open in time for fall Rush with these features:

  • Suite-style bedroom and bathroom spaces

  • Single, 2- and 4-man suite options

  • Increased occupancy for 60 members

  • More common spaces to facilitate fraternal activities

  • Exceptional interior aesthetic finishing with new furniture and furnishings

  • Modern technology with wireless Internet

  • Fire-safety sprinkler system and security features

  • DA-compliant features

  • Comfortable house director accommodations

  • Modernized kitchen and dining room with capacity of 100 members

  • Larger laundry facility

  • Private and group study room

  • Ample storage space

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