University of Missouri

Mu Deuteron Chapter

The Mu Deuteron chapter house was designed and built as a collaboration between Mu Deuteron alumni, alumni from other chapters, and the International Fraternity. It was dedicated in 1965 and built to support the rapidly growing chapter.

Located around halfway between Faurot Field and the center of campus, the house has 33 bedrooms, many of them large enough to support triple occupancy. There is a commercial kitchen, a dedicated study room, and a large dining space. On top of that, there is a large amount of multipurpose space.

Over the years, numerous renovations have taken place at the house, including bedroom and bathroom renovations, flooring replacements throughout the house, and, most recently, a modernization project in 2019 aimed at sprucing up the common areas of the house.

Front of House




Dining Room

The Basics

  • 33 Bedrooms – Mix of Single And Doubles 
  • Furnished With Beds, Mattresses, and Dressers
  • Central Bathrooms Upstairs
  • Several Guest Bathrooms Throughout House
  • Commercial Kitchen
  • Monitored Fire Alarm System
  • Whole-House Fire Suppression System


  • Formal Foyer
  • Multi-Purpose Main Room
  • Communal Living Room
  • Dedicated Study Room
  • Half-Court Basketball Court
  • Ample On Site Parking
  • Central Heating and Air Conditioning
  • On Site Laundry

What’s Included

  • Rent
  • Full Meal Plan
  • Utilities
    • Electric
    • Gas
    • Water/Sewer
    • Trash
    • Internet