THE "PI" PALACE

The Alpha Delta Pi house
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The Alpha Delta Pi House is a cornerstone piece of the University of South Carolina's Greek Village. Built in 2004, our house was a part of the 75th anniversary of the Beta Epsilon chapter. It was remodeled in summer 2011 to include brand new hardwood floors throughout the house and the addition of several rooms.

 

Not only a home away from home for over 400 members, but our house is also the "permanent" home to 35 of our sisters. The Alpha Delta Pi house offers an industrial-size kitchen and dining room where each member of the chapter enjoys lunch and dinner Mondays through Thursdays, brunch Fridays, and dinner Sundays.

 

Our sisters also enjoy spending quality time together in our formal library, hanging out in the TV room, studying in our library, or as we like to call it, "Pibrary," and getting creative juices flowing in the craft room! Our house is where we can all come together as a Beta Epsilon sisterhood!