In June 2003, the Alpha Sigma Chapter House  at the University of Oregon experienced a fire which caused major water and smoke damage, but thankfully little structural damage. Theta Chi undergraduates moved back into a newly renovated chapter house in the 2004 winter term. In fall 2005, the University mandated each fraternity house have a live-in resident advisor, requiring the chapter to remodel the old housemother suite.

A $700,000 capital campaign was necessary to retire short-term and long-term debt, provide for a resident advisor, and establish a building fund or future success.

  • Retired short-term debt from Fire Sprinkler system costs

  • Provided for renovation to resident advisor area

  • Afforded remodel of women’s powder room and restroom

  • Retired mortgage

  • Established building fund and scholarship endowment

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