University of Texas at Austin

Gamma Deuteron Chapter

After a large fundraising campaign, the Gamma Deuteron house was built as a collaboration between the chapter, it’s alumni, Alpha Epsilon Pi, and Esponda Associates in 2010. Located about a half mile from the west side of campus, the house sits among many of UT-Austin’s historic Greek houses.

Due to the unique shape of the land it sits on, this multi-story house was built above the parking garage. The house boasts an entire floor of multipurpose space, including a brotherhood room, a large street-facing balcony, a hybrid residential-commercial kitchen, and a study room. The bedrooms are spacious, have private bathrooms, and come furnished with a bed, a dresser, and a desk.

Front of House

The Basics

  • 12 Student Bedrooms – All Capable Of Being Doubles
  • Rooms Furnished With Basic Furniture
  • En Suite Bathrooms In Each Bedroom
  • Several Guest Bathrooms Throughout House
  • Hybrid Style Kitchen
  • Monitored Fire Alarm System
  • Whole-House Fire Suppression System


  • Multi-Purpose Main Room
  • Communal Living Room
  • Large Front Balcony
  • Dedicated Study Room
  • Parking Spaces Located On First Floor Of House
  • Central Air Conditioning And Heat
  • Free-Use Laundry