Pennsylvania State University

Phi Sigma Delta Sigma/Pi Deuteron Chapter

The house at Penn State was originally leased in 2003 from a local fraternity known as Phi Sigma Delta Sigma. After coming to an agreement with alumni of Phi Sigma Delta Sigma, the Pi Deuteron chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity merged into the Phi Sigma Delta Sigma chapter in 2011 and the house was acquired as a permanent home for the chapter.

Located a half mile from campus, the house has 25 bedrooms, most of which can be used as doubles. There is a commercial kitchen and multipurpose dining room in the basement, as well as several more multipurpose common rooms on the main floor. Given the unique history of the chapter and the house, its only fitting that there is a room dedicated to the history of the chapter, which also functions as a study room. 

Front of House

Common Space



The Basics

  • 25 Bedrooms – Mix Of Single And Doubles 
  • Central Bathrooms On Each Floor
  • Commercial Kitchen Capable of Supporting A Meal Plan
  • Monitored Fire Alarm System
  • Whole-House Fire Suppression System


  • Multi-Purpose Dining and Social Room in Basement 
  • Communal Living Room and Main Room on Main Floor
  • Dedicated Study/Trophy Room
  • Sizeable Parking Lot Behind The House
  • Central Radiant Heat
  • Free-Use Laundry In Basement

What’s Included

  • Rent
  • Utilities
    • Electric
    • Gas
    • Water/Sewer
    • Trash
    • Internet