Drury University Fraternity Houses

Greek chapters at Drury have a rich tradition, distinctive history, and unique ideals. Some of the things that make fraternity life so great are the diverse members in each of the chapters, the leadership opportunities available and the positive social events that chapters sponsor. The houses are for full-time day school fraternity members who graduated from high school at least one full year prior to their anticipated move-in date.

Kappa Alpha

   
  • $1.7 million home
  • Housing for 23 residents
  • 13,600 sq. ft. of living space
  • Each suite features a bathroom and living room with furniture provide
  • Features a 1,000 recreation room with a big screen TV, three leather couches, kitchen, bar and more
  • Basement "party room" features special lighting and a DJ booth
  • Located on the northwest corner of campus at 1340 N. Robberson
 

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Lambda Chi Alpha

   
  • $1.6 million home
  • Housing for 25 residents
  • 13,000 sq. ft., which includes bedrooms, study areas, and common activity areas.
  • Located on the northwest corner of campus at 1345 N. Jefferson
 

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Sigma Nu

   
  • $1.6 million home
  • Housing for 24 residents
  • 12,346 sq. ft. of living space, study space and common activity areas
  • Spacious recreation room
  • Located on the northwest corner of campus at 1335 N. Jefferson
 

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Sigma Pi

   
  • $1.4 million home
  • Housing for 26 residents
  • More than 10,000 square feet of floor space including a large meeting room, chapter room, study, and front and back verandas.
  • Separate apartment for the house director
  • Located on the northwest corner of campus at 1320 N. Robberson

 

 

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