The brothers of the Embry-Riddle Chapter are proud to announce that the new Delta Chi house at ERAU broke ground on August 17, 2016 with site clearing. Thank you to the members of the ERAU chapter’s Building Corporation, Alumni Board of Trustees and EVERYONE who has been involved in making this dream come true. It with a great sense of pride, joy and humility to announce with 100% certainty that the first fraternity house built on campus at Embry-Riddle will belong to Delta Chi!
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has introduced a strategic plan for a Greek Village at the Chanute Housing Complex located on a scenic lake just 1.5 miles south of campus at 1615 Woodcrest Drive in Daytona Beach. The location is ideal, offering an easy commute to campus, local restaurants and shopping. The Greek Village will provide Delta Chi brothers luxury and convenience and allow Delta Chi to be self-sustainable for the long-term.
New House Features & Amenities
• Modern façade
• Sleeps up to 24 brothers
• Concrete slab foundation and second floor concrete structure
• Fire sprinkler system
• High-trac carpets and high-end vinyl flooring tiles
• Handicap accessible lift and bathrooms
• High-speed, wireless internet throughout
• Eaglecard readers for controlled house access
• Large chapter room on second floor
• Commercial kitchen and dining space that opens to a private, enclosed outdoor deck area