Purdue University

Pi Upsilon Chapter

Located less than a mile from Purdue’s Ross-Ade Stadium and the Neil Armstrong Hall of Engineering, the house was originally built and dedicated as the Pi Upsilon’s chapter home in 1969. However, chapter struggles in the mid 90’s led to the house being sold. In 2014, the house was purchased from the university and has been occupied by the chapter ever since.

The house has a formal chapter room that is used for meetings and studying, as well as a small library study room. There is a commercial kitchen and a residential kitchenette, with multipurpose space used as a dining room and space for chapter events. There is a dedicated brotherhood room upstairs for watching TV, with multiple TVs and stadium seating.

Front of House

Dining Room

Chapter Room

The Basics

  • 30 Bedrooms – All Capable Of Being Doubles 
  • 3rd Floor Rooms Have Lofts To Comfortably Sleep Two People
  • Central Bathrooms Upstairs
  • Several Single Bathrooms Throughout The First Floor
  • Commercial Kitchen
  • Monitored Fire Alarm System


  • Formal Chapter Room
  • Multi-Purpose Main Room
  • Dedicated Study Room
  • Communal TV Room Upstairs
  • Individual AC/Heat Unit For Each Bedroom
  • Forced Air AC/Heat In Common Areas
  • Free-Use Laundry
  • Ample Parking In Dedicated Lot 
  • Huge Backyard

What’s Included

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