Living in the house is one of the most fun collegiate experiences for members of Tri Delta here at Purdue University. For members of our chapter, nothing is more fun than living on the same floor as all of our closest friends. Our house is located in the heart of the Tower Acres, a neighborhood of Greek and Cooperative houses located just north of campus, near the Ross-Ade Stadium and Mackey Arena. Our beautiful home was built in 1988 and has been remodeled over the years to keep the interior as modern as possible.
In the Tri Delta house, we are lucky to enjoy a formal living room, an informal living room, a large dining room, a library, a workout room, and several "bum" rooms for lounging with our sisters. At any time of the day, you can find members laying out on the patio, watching a movie in the bum room, studying in the library, working out in the exercise room, or being creative in the craft room.
Our house mom, Polly, takes care of all house business as well as the girls living in the house, making Gamma Iota a true home away from home! We also enjoy home-cooked meals two times a day from our wonderful chefs. Additionally, breakfast foods and snacks are available around the clock in our kitchenette. A Tri Delta favorite at Purdue is Sunday brunch, giving us the opportunity to trade stories from the weekend over a delicious and healthy meal.
From chapter meetings and sisterhood bonding events to formal dinners and late-night study sessions, there is never a dull moment within the walls of our chapter house. Living in is an experience that sisters remember for the rest of their lives!