Our History

The Texas Eta chapter was established on December 15, 1962.

The Chapter Today

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To this day, we have had over 1,000+ men go through the Texas Eta chapter alone! We are the most history enriched fraternity at Stephen F. Austin State University because we are the oldest chapter to this day.

 

The Chapter House

We are conveniently located 2 miles away from campus (427 North Steen Drive, Nacogdoches, Texas). Our chapter house boasts an impressive mansion that is the only fraternity house on greek row (Joined by Chi Omega, Alpha Chi Omega, Delta Delta Delta, Delta Zeta, and Zeta Tau Alpha). Our iconic establishment is broken up into three different sections that support and accommodate all living needs for Brothers of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity. The three sections of the house are The Chapter Room and two “pods”. Both pods have a living room, three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a dining room, and a kitchen equipped with a full size fridge, oven, microwave, and plenty of counter space. More features of the pods are: Washer/Dryer, Flat screen TV with cable, wifi, Dish washing machine and custom locks to each pod. The Chapter room is where brothers come together to hold chapter meetings and discuss future events for the chapter. Also, within the same section we have the Presidents office and a pool room for brothers to relax after a long day in the library. There is also a mens and womens bathroom for guest as well as a full sized kitchen. We are also on about 7 acres of land which gives us plenty of room for activities like grilling, playing sports, and studying outside. We also have a sand volleyball court as well as a basketball court to promote physical activity within the chapter.