The Texas Fiji Chapter House has impacted the lives of more than 3,000 young men. The facility and location have been the envy of other fraternities and have served the Fraternity well since it was built over 100 years ago. Because of the foresight of graduate leadership in the past, it remains in good condition, but it does not meet the needs of today’s chapter or students. As the chapter has grown to 160 men strong and maintenance concerns increase, the Purple Owl House Corporation is committed to providing a competitive and safe facility that will meet the needs of their undergraduate brothers well into the 21st century.
The Tau Deuteron graduate leadership has developed a solid plan to address the long-term viability of the Fiji experience on the University of Texas campus. Through careful study, assessment, and planning, it has been determined modernizing the Texas Fiji Chapter House, while maximizing their housing options, is necessary and they have developed a tactical approach to their future. This $5.5 million plan includes a 22,153 sq. ft. facility containing a 2,385 sq. ft. multipurpose room, allowing 60-75+ vehicle parking spots on two underground levels, and a $500,000 maintenance endowment.