University of Virginia

Mu Chapter

The Mu chapter house was dedicated in 1962. Though many renovations have taken place over the years, the house remains similar in footprint to how the facility was originally constructed. The house’s oldest structure is a renovated church that is ideal for multipurpose use.

The house, situated about a half mile from the Jefferson Rotunda on the north side of campus along with many of UVA’s other Greek houses, has 12 bedrooms that can house 22 people. A living room common space, with a large amount of seating and couches, allows the chapter members space to watch television, do work, or participate in brotherhood events.

Front of House


The Basics

  • 12 Bedrooms – Mix Of Single And Doubles 
  • Furnished With Lofted Beds And Mattresses
  • Central Bathroom In Residential Wing
  • Several Single Bathrooms Throughout House
  • Residential Kitchen
  • Parking Lot Behind House
  • Monitored Fire Alarm System
  • Whole-House Fire Suppression System


  • Multi-Purpose Space In The Old Chapel
  • Communal Living Room
  • Parking Spaces Located Behind The House
  • Central Radiant Air Conditioning And Heat
  • Free-Use Laundry