Housing

EDucational Portions of Chapter Housing

A chapter house facility is more than a place to live for our undergraduates. It’s a house full of brothers to encourage and challenge each other to pursue academic excellence, a room shared with young men who become brothers for life, and a home away from home. The International Fraternity and the FarmHouse Foundation are unanimous in their support of providing safe and affordable living/learning facilities for all undergraduate members of FarmHouse. In order to do this, the Foundation offers Building Fund accounts to each FarmHouse chapter/association.

The Foundation’s Building Fund accounts support the educational portions of chapter housing. Educational purposes include dedicated study, library, computer and instructional areas as well as the annual operating expenses attributable to educational areas of the house. Currently, 18 chapters and associations are raising funds with the Foundation for new construction or renovations of their chapter houses and 23 chapters have building fund accounts with the Foundation. Those with Building Fund accounts are listed below. Read more about Building Funds>

ARKANSAS

Chartered: 1954, re-chartered 1999
House Built: 1940’s

Support the Arkansas Building Fund>

AUBURN

Chartered: 1971
House Built: 1970’s

Support the Auburn Fund>

 

COLORADO STATE

Chartered: 1954
House Built: 1940’s, remodeled/updated in 2008

Support the Colorado State Building Fund>


IDAHO

Chartered: 1957
House Built: 1950’s
Housing Campaign: The Idaho chapter is undergoing a chapter housing campaign.

Support the Idaho Building Fund>

ILLINOIS

Chartered: 1914
House Built: 1920’s

Support the Illinois Building Fund>

IOWA STATE

Chartered: 1927
House Built: 1995, updated in 2004 and again in 2007
Housing Campaign:The Iowa State chapter is in the beginning phase of a chapter housing campaign.

Support the Iowa State Building Fund>

KANSAS STATE

Chartered: 1921
House Built: 1950’s, remodeled in 1999
Housing Campaign: To learn more about the Kansas State building fund, please visit the chapter’s website. To make a tax-deductible gift to the building fund to support the ongoing maintenance and educational portion of updates to the chapter house through the FarmHouse Foundation, use the link below.

Support the Kansas State Building Fund>

 

MICHIGAN STATE

Chartered: 1936
House Built: 1960’s
Housing Campaign: The Michigan State chapter and association are currently in the middle of a campaign to renovate the chapter house. To learn more about the campaign, visit the Michigan State Building Campaign website. To make a tax-deductible gift to the campaign through the FarmHouse Foundation, use the link below.

Support the Michigan State Building Fund>

MINNESOTA

Chartered: 1931
House Built: 1960’s
Housing Campaign: The Minnesota chapter and association are currently in the middle of a campaign to build a new chapter house. To learn more about the campaign, visit the Minnesota Building Campaign website. To make a tax-deductible gift to the campaign through the FarmHouse Foundation, use the link below.

Support the Minnesota Building Fund>

MISSISSIPPI STATE

Chartered: 1964
House Built: 1991, renovated in 2012-13
Housing Campaign: The Mississippi State chapter and assoication completed renovations on their chapter house in 2013. To make a tax-deductible gift to the building fund to support the ongoing maintenance and any updates to the chapter through the FarmHouse Foundation, use the link below.

Support the Mississippi State Building Fund>

NEBRASKA

Chartered: 1911
House Built: 1950’s, remodeled in 1999
Housing Campaign: The Nebraska chapter is in the beginning phase of a chapter housing campaign.

Support the Nebraska Building Fund>

NORTH CAROLINA STATE

Chartered: 1954
House Built: 2004
Housing Campaign: The North Carolina State chapter and association completed construction on their current chapter house in 2004. To learn more about the North Carolina State building project, please visit the chapter’s website. To make a tax-deductible gift to the building fund to support the ongoing maintenance and any updates to the chapter through the FarmHouse Foundation, use the link below.

Support the North Carolina Building Fund>

NORTH DAKOTA STATE

Chartered: 1955
House Built: 2009
Housing Campaign: The North Dakota State chapter and association completed construction on their new chapter house in 2009. To make a tax-deductible gift to the building fund to support the ongoing maintenance and any updates to the chapter through the FarmHouse Foundation, use the link below.

Support the North Dakota Building Fund>

OHIO STATE

Chartered: Alpha Tau Zeta merged with FarmHouse in 2010
House Built: 1960’s, remodeled in 2005

Support the Ohio State Building Fund>

OKLAHOMA STATE

Chartered: 1928
House Built: 2012
Housing Campaign: The Oklahoma State chapter and association completed construction on their new chapter house in 2012. To learn more about the Oklahoma State building project, please visit the website. To make a tax-deductible gift to the project through the FarmHouse Foundation, use the link below.

Support the Oklahoma State Building Fund>

PURDUE

Chartered: 1952
House Built: 1960’s
Housing Campaign: The Purdue chapter is in the beginning phase of a chapter housing campaign.

Support the Purdue Building Fund>

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE

Chartered: 1966
House Built: 1966
Housing Campaign: The South Dakota State chapter and association are currently in the middle of a campaign to expand and renovate the chapter house. To learn more about the campaign, visit the South Dakota State Building Campaign website. To make a tax-deductible gift to the campaign through the FarmHouse Foundation, use the link below.

Support the South Dakota State Building Fund>

TARLETON STATE

Chartered: 2012
House Built: N/A

Support the Tarleton State Building Fund>

TENNESSEE

Chartered: 1959
House Built: 1950’s

Support the Tennessee Building Fund>

TEXAS A&M

Chartered: 2004
House Built: N/A

Support the Texas A&M Building Fund>

TEXAS TECH

Chartered: 1978
House Built: 1980’s

Support the Texas Tech Building Fund>