Alpha Gamma Chapter
Georgia Institute of Technology

$2.3 million raised


Since 1954, the Delta Sigma Phi chapter house has served as the hub of activity for both active brothers and visiting alumni. Within this structure, countless brothers have navigated the rigors of Georgia Tech academics, developed as leaders, grown as men, and—most importantly—forged lifelong bonds of  brotherhood.  In 2016, after more than 62 years of loyal service, the chapter house was no longer competitive with the surrounding Georgia Tech facilities and the campus fraternity house standard.

The explosion of new dormitories, academic buildings, and other facilities on campus is nothing short of remarkable. This includes fraternity houses, of which 16 out of 25 have been fully renovated or rebuilt over the past 20 years. Given the accelerating physical deterioration of the Delta Sigma Phi chapter house, it is not reasonable to believe that, within the current structure, our chapter can continue to recruit against the other leading fraternities and student organizations on campus. The new facility will provide our chapter access to the safe, suitable and competitive living, dining, educational, and social facilities that it requires to continue to flourish.


The project is a complete knock down and rebuild on our existing 165 4th Street NW location.

  • The new house will be developed in the Collegiate Gothic style but with contemporary industrial steel detailing. This style will relate well to the academic architecture of the Georgia Tech East Campus but with a high tech contemporary flair.
  • The house will incorporate several features that will distinctly brand it as Delta Sigma Phi, including the lower terrace welcome plaza, the first floor welcome bridge, enlarged front terrace and lawn space, 14 foot vaulted chapter room ceilings, open air design integrating the chapter room and brother’s lounge with the front terrace via three large French doors, and a second floor front balcony.
  • The three-floor design will provide living space for 42 brothers with a 33% increase in average bedroom size.
  • Enhanced social and group study areas on all floors will facilitate fellowship and academic achievement.
  • Enhanced space will support on premises preparation and serving of meals to the brotherhood.
  • The ground level welcome plaza (equipped with elevator) and the first floor alumni lounge will provide welcoming accommodations for alumni visits and gatherings.

“Elevate gave our campaign the essential dose of credibility and know-how that we needed to get the snowball rolling.”

Moe Trebuchon
Delta Sigma Phi
Georgia Institute of Technology