Tri Delta Housing

A Place to Live, Learn and Lead

Tri Delta believes that housing is an important aspect of fraternity life that helps build sisterhood and provides an environment that fosters learning and growth. Tri Delta Housing exists to support the Fraternity by providing resources and assistance to manage competitive housing and perpetuate growth for Tri Delta properties. By setting a high standard for chapter housing, Tri Delta fulfills its mission to add value to the collegiate experience by ensuring safe, comfortable and competitive enhanced living, learning and leading environments for Tri Delta members across North America. Today, 119 Tri Delta chapters enjoy a common living or meeting space as part of their membership experience. 


Tri Delta homes are a part of our identity and a home away from home to many. Our members embrace the ideal of friendship and value self-respect as they are free to be themselves, form strong friendships and have their current friendships grow stronger when living among each other in one of our chapter houses. Our houses are warm, friendly and filled with sisters who are brave, bold and kind. Many facilities feature on-site dining prepared by trained chefs, study spaces, furnished bedrooms, spa-like bathrooms, on-site parking, laundry facilities and all the comforts of home. Tri Delta facilities are located close to campus and have on-site house directors.


Tri Delta homes foster academic excellence. By providing our members with several resources, such as quiet study spaces, academic resources, modern amenities, nutritional meal plans and Wi-Fi throughout the facility, our members are more focused on their academics and are comfortable learning in a supportive environment.  Many members share a major, attend classes together or host group or individual study time at the Tri Delta house.  Our homes reflect who we are and support our shared commitment to academic achievement.  


Outside the classroom, Tri Delta members are boldly leading the way and are actively involved on their campuses and in their communities. Tri Delta spaces support their leadership and allow each member to grow into the best version of herself. Along with the numerous academic resources provided to our members, our facilities also have gathering spaces large and small, meeting rooms, programs to support and recognize leadership opportunities and achievements, chapter officer opportunities that allow resident priority, and a greater connectedness to Tri Delta leadership and education programs.   Leadership thrives in a Tri Delta home.  


Tri Delta Housing is committed to the success of all Tri Delta locations. To provide premier living environments, Tri Delta Housing supports house corporations through a regional housing volunteer team that provides guidance and support to house corporation volunteers. This volunteer team and the housing services staff that supports them exist to empower and support our house corporations as they help provide our members with the opportunity to live, learn and lead. These services and resources are designed to empower our housing volunteers as support to our collegiate members. Learn more about our services and resources here.


Housing for Tri Delta’s chapters has had many different looks throughout the years. In the early days of Tri Delta, Alpha Chapter rented rooms to hold its meetings. As other chapters were installed, each found its own housing solution. In 1891, Gamma Chapter at Adrian College “tastefully furnished a little room,” and the following year Beta Chapter at St. Lawrence was granted “two of the prettiest rooms in the college home.” It was Iota Chapter at Michigan, however, that first secured an entire house for chapter use, with nine members living in the house and two others coming in for meals. In 1919, only 10 Tri Delta chapters owned properties, but before the end of the 1920s, 40 houses had been built, remodeled or were in the blueprint stage. Many of these houses were built according to Fraternity guidelines that called for quiet study rooms, airy sleeping quarters and spacious but homelike living and dining rooms — much like the chapter houses Tri Delta members live in today. In 1991, Tri Delta became a pioneer in women’s greek letter housing and founded Tri Delta National House Corporation to provide professional management, capital investment, and property and dining services to Tri Delta chapters.  Tri Delta National House Corporation currently serves almost fifty Tri Delta chapters.  


House Directors turn houses into Tri Delta homes.  Across America, Tri Delta Housing employs full-time, part-time and seasonal house directors. The house director serves as the on-site property manager, supervises the staff, manages dining operations and maintains positive working relationships with the Tri Delta Housing, house corporation, chapter members, alumnae, school officials and vendors. She takes pride in the facility as if it were her own home and inspires others to do the same.  She sets a tone of warmth and welcome for residents and visitors.  She frequently lends an ear to listen, a hand to help and a heart to serve.  Serving in this position means playing a vital role in the living, learning and leading environment for our collegiate members, and also in providing a safe, secure and comfortable environment for members of the chapter. Tri Delta house directors enjoy competitive pay, access to benefits, room and board during employment in private quarters chapter facility, and industry leading training opportunities.  Learn more about the position and currently available opportunities here.  


The Delta Delta Delta Foundation raises, manages and awards funds to provide undergraduate and graduate scholarships, assist alumnae and collegiate members in dire financial need, and support the Fraternity’s innovative educational and leadership programs.

Executive Office

Located in Dallas, Texas, Tri Delta’s home is in The Addison, a mid-rise office building located on the Dallas North Tollway. Tri Delta Executive Office is the better portion of two floors featuring cutting-edge technology and an abundance of collaboration and meeting space to enhance creativity and productivity among our staff and volunteer teams.