Delta Phi Epsilon’s global purpose is To Create a Sense of Belonging for all Members. We strive to 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 of these spaces provide an opportunity for sisters to build lifelong bonds and create cherished memories.
At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), members of the Zeta Delta chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon have the opportunity to live in one of seventeen bedrooms with their sisters overseen by a full-time Resident Director who is in constant contact with MIT. Members have access to a fully functioning kitchen and are provided with quiet rooms for studying, and smoke, alcohol, and drug-free living spaces.
By living in a Delta Phi Epsilon home, our members are choosing an option that is safe, healthy, affordable, and comfortable and that encourages personal and professional growth and success.
Onsite Parking Spaces
Street parking is available on a first come, first serve basis.
Close proximity to campus
Fully functional kitchen (oven, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher, etc.)
Live-in resident director who is managed by MIT
Quiet room for study space
TVs in common areas