University of Wisconsin – Madison

Pi Chapter

As indicated by it’s single-letter chapter designation, the Pi chapter has been around for quite some time. The chapter’s current home was built on Madison’s famous Langdon Street for the chapter in 1966, but was sold only a few years later in early 1970’s. After renting houses up and down Langdon for decades, the fraternity was able to purchase their historic home 2018, buying it back from the same people it was sold to in the 70’s. 

Steps from Lake Mendota, and a mile and a half from Camp Randall, the house is set up apartment style, with each apartment having a dedicated kitchen and living room, private bathrooms, and a varying number of bedrooms. Though each suite has a living room, there is also common space on the first floor for chapter meetings and a large multipurpose basement.

Front of House

The Basics

  • 14 Suites Split Into 32 Bedrooms – Mix of Singles And Doubles 
  • Each Apartment Has Its Own Living Room, Kitchen, and At Least One Bathroom
  • Several Guest Bathrooms Throughout House


  • Multi-Purpose Common Spaces On First Floor and In Basement
  • 9 Parking Spaces Located Behind The House
  • Central Radiant Heat And Through-Wall A/C Units
  • Free-Use Laundry In Basement

What’s Included

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