Delta Phi Epsilon’s National Development Corporation (NDC) has established high standards to ensure our chapter houses are safe and secure living environments for our undergraduate members.
Our facilities are places where sisters find a sense of belonging so they can grow and achieve their educational goals.
Delta Phi Epsilon chapters call a variety of spaces “home.” From large houses that sleep upwards of 50 women to chapter suites that offer programming space, all of these spaces have something special in common. They are gathering places where sisters can build lifelong bonds and create cherished memories.
All official Delta Phi Epsilon facilities have volunteer and staff support who oversee operations, maintenance and the general needs of the chapter and/or parents.
"My chapter house is where I made the best memories of my senior year. We often held sisterhood events! From watching movies to crafting–it allowed us to bond. I also appreciated that it was both a clean and safe place to live. Overall living in our house was the best decision I made senior year."
"Living in sorority housing provided a great experience for me this past year. I was able to grow closer to my sisters and create lifelong memories with some of my best friends. Our house mom always took great care of us as well. It was reassuring to know we had someone who was there whenever we needed her."
"One of the best parts about living in the DPhiE house is being surrounded by sisters at all times. All aspects of sisterhood are heightened when you live in the house. There's always someone to eat meals with, there's always someone to study with, and there's always someone to ask you about your day. Living in the DPhiE house was the perfect way to spend my senior year!"
Our women of the Delta Kappa Chapter at University of Florida are said to have the best chef on sorority row. Their beautiful home is owned and managed by the NDC.
Owned by the University but managed by the NDC, the home of Delta Xi Chapter at University of Maryland sleeps 37 women.
The Omega Chapter at University of Miami’s suite provides our collegiate sisters with a permanent place to host programming, participate in recruitment and strengthen sisterhood bonds.
The NDC owns and manages a variety of facilities for Delta Phi Epsilon chapters. Unofficial chapter houses have the opportunity to become official through our Chapter Licensing Program. The program grants protection for our members and their property as well as funding for renovations and upgrades. Our goal is to carry the day-to-day burden of the facility and its services and maintenance needs. This allows our undergraduate members to have the best possible home that is welcoming, safe and clean.
To learn more about Delta Phi Epsilon housing or to request more information regarding the Chapter Licensing Program, please view the form below.
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