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Eureka College Fraternity and Sorority Housing
Thinking of Going Greek
Eureka College has 6 Greek organizations; 4 of which live in campus owned housing and 2 of which own their own house. Greek organizations who live in campus owned housing include Delta Sigma Phi, Phi Omega, Delta Delta Pi, and Delta Zeta.
Residential students who choose to join a Greek organization are required to live with their designated Greek organization beginning the fall semester following their initiation. If chapter membership of any Greek Organization that is living in a campus owned housing exceeds the number of beds available, the chapters will determine who will be able to live off of the chapter’s floor.
Lambda Chi Alpha and Tau Kappa Epsilon own their own house, but are both located just on the edge of campus.
Lambda Chi Alpha
The men of Lambda Chi Alpha currently live at 611 South Vennum Street which is located a half block from campus. The home was designed and constructed by the Alumni Board of LCA, which owns the building. Members of LCA are still on the college’s meal plan and use on campus laundry facilities (free of charge to LCA residents). They also still have a Resident Advisor employed by the college. As long as space is available, members are able to have a single room with no additional charge. The men have access to a large lounge area and kitchen on the first floor, a large deck, and a new patio area with gas grills in the back yard.
Tau Kappa Epsilon
The men of Tau Kappa Epsilon currently live at 700 Reagan Drive which is located just across the parking lot from Eureka College’s athletic facilities. The men of TKE own their own house, but members of the house are still on the college’s meal plan and use on campus laundry facilities (free of charge to TKE residents). They also still have a Resident Advisor employed by the college. As long as space is available, members are able to have a single room with no additional charge. The house consists of two floors that hold 16 rooms, 2 community restrooms, a large lounge, and an additional floor with a full basement. The house also consists of a deck and a large front and backyard.