Shared living accommodations and group living are among the cornerstones of the collegiate experience. Where else can you enjoy the comforts of home, your friends close by, safety in numbers and a smart budget solution for living on or close to campus? Whether it be dedicated residence halls or a traditional sorority house, Kappa Delta provides you with new opportunities to learn, grow and most of all…have fun!
Where else can you enjoy the comforts of home, your friends close by, safety in numbers, and a smart budget solution for living close to campus? The Kappa Delta house provides you with new opportunities to learn, grow and have fun!
Best of all, members of KΔ's Gamma Beta Chapter at the University of North Texas have the opportunity to move into a beautiful new chapter house. After months of construction, the 8,300 spuare-foot house was completed in August of 2009, and 17 excited members moved in! The beautiful house looks out on Highland street joinging the other six houses on Sorority Row. The house's architectural style is Greek revival during the Antebellum period, featuring traditional interiors with lots of southern charm. Currently, the house is full with 25 collegiate women and a house mother.
• A beautiful balcony that incorporates the diamond shape within the railing
• Full security system and complete fire sprinkler system
• Thirteen furnished "suite-style" double bedrooms with private baths
• Large living/dining room that doubles as a chapter meeting room
• Dedicated study area and wireless internet connection
• Full kitchen and laundry facilities
• Beautiful landscaping and donor recognition brick walkway