The Delta Phi Epsilon National Housing Corporation strives to create safe and inclusive spaces where each member can experience a sense of belonging, be their true and authentic self, learn and grow personally and professionally, and develop life long memories.
Delta Phi Epsilon manages 3 different types of properties; traditional sorority houses, lodges and suites. DPhiE properties of all types create living-learning spaces that allow our members to develop their sisterhood, foster leadership and focus on academics. Delta Phi Epsilon chapters call a variety of spaces “home.” From large houses to chapter suites, all Delta Phi Epsilon properties provide an opportunity for sisters to build lifelong bonds and create cherished memories.
"Living in feels like a party every day. You never know what's around the corner!”
“Living in the house really made my sophomore year! It’s where I met my best friends, got to be more involved with my chapter, and now have so many lifelong memories!”
"Living in the DPE house has truly been one of the best experiences of my life, surrounded by my sisters, this house is truly a home."
“Delta Phi Epsilon has felt like home from the moment the recruitment process began. I never understood how I would “find my people” by joining a sorority, but DPhiE has introduced me to the women I can confidently say will be my forever friends. Living in the chapter house, ice cream runs, late night talks, and spontaneous adventures will be the memories of college that will replay in my mind forever; not the countless hours in the library or the many, stressful exams. As the daughter of a DPhiE alumna, I now understand the love and excitement my mom gets from gathering together with her sisters, even at 50 years old! This chapter is truly something special and I am grateful to be constantly surrounded and supported by an amazing group of women.”
“The DPhiE house felt like my home even before I moved in. It gave me the chance to hang out with my sisters while doing homework too late at night, cooking dinner together, or relaxing on a weekend. Moving into the house was one of the best decisions I made.”
“At 1414, I am surrounded by family! Living with 40 of my sisters has been amazing!”
“Living in the house was one of the best experiences of my life and it completely affirmed my place in DPhiE! Before I had stuck to my circle within the sorority and was so nervous to be living with sisters I wasn’t super close with but immediately it felt like we were a tiny family. I loved binge watching TV shows in the living room and staying up late studying together. They were honestly the biggest and best support system during a crazy year.”
“Living in the house this year has allowed me to create closer bonds with sisters that I probably would not have. Especially during a pandemic it is nice to have a stable social circle around me.”
“Living in the house has allowed me to connect to member classes that I wouldn’t normally be as close to and also allowed me to be my true authentic self.”
“In the past two years, Delta Phi Epsilon has given me the sisters I never knew I needed and the people that are the hardest to say goodbye to; that’s how I know that I didn’t just pick another house on sorority row, but a home. I am grateful to Delta Phi Epsilon for a myriad of reasons, but most importantly for surrounding me with the most driven and uplifting individuals who accept me for me and always push me to have courage and be kind.”
“It's so fun living with all of my besties!”
“I was hesitant about living in a house full of girls. Growing up with a sister we used to get in fights all the time about who gets to use the shower first, clean the kitchen, etc. I was nervous living in house would be like living with 16 versions of my sister. I’m happy to say that l was pleasantly surprised how much I love living in. These girls are my best friends and while we do argue about who takes the first shower it is always in good fun. Living in was the best decision I made.”
“Living in gave me the opportunity to live with my best friend and I couldn’t be more thankful.”
“Living in the house has given me so many opportunities to make friends during the pandemic and also gave me forever bonds with my sisters.”