In the heart of campus, the extensive construction project that spans both the Holcomb Building and Gallahue Hall is reaching its second phase, while the Lambda Chi Alpha house is nearing completion and construction finishes just in time for fall semester on the Delta Delta Delta house.
Multimedia Reporter Tori Dennis gives an update about construction in Greek houses and academic buildings.
Buildings on campus will continue to be built and renovated over the summer.
Active Delta Delta Delta members will have the opportunity to live in the UT apartment complex during the 2020-21 school year and the reinstated Lambda Chi Alpha chapter will rent and live in the Phi Kappa Psi house on campus.
Greek houses across Butler’s campus will be receiving updates in the near future.
Lambda Chi Alpha returns to Butler University, and some students have stepped up to help found the newly reformed fraternity.
Once construction begins, B permit parking on the property will relocate to the fraternity’s former property on Sunset Avenue.
Lambda Chi Alpha will recolonize this fall and will be ready for formal recruitment come spring semester. Construction on their new house will also begin this November and be ready for chapter members to move in January 2021.
After only about two years of being suspended off campus, Lambda Chi Alpha will return to campus this fall for recruitment.
Butler University administration is continuing discussions with the Lambda Chi Alpha housing board over the possibility of building a new Lambda Chi Alpha house on the vacant Tau Kappa Epsilon property.