These facilities give members a place to live, eat, study, hang out, and develop lifelong bonds with their sisters and our organization.
While others have lodges, suites or reserved residence hall floors, the Epsilon Lambda chapter is proud to have an on-campus house. These facilities are owned, leased and/or operated by local nonprofit housing corporations run by both alumnae and collegians. Our local housing corporation is responsible for overseeing all maintenance and normal upkeep of the facility. Other Alpha Chi Omega facilities are run by our National Housing Corporation.
Some colleges and universities are not fortunate enough to allow Greek organizations to have facilities on-campus. But chapters on these campuses still find ways to bond and grow as members by meeting at other on-campus or local facilities. Many members also choose to live together in private residences. Members who have an opportunity to live in a chapter facility find they’re affordable and safe housing options that provide a fun and easy way to connect with sisters.
Why live at the Epsilon Lambda chapter house? The sisters who live in the house have the privilege of special sisterhood events, such as bowling, pizza, and movie nights! Some exciting news is also that both the chapter and house have been raising money for a new house expansion! The plans will include a new chapter room and two bedrooms!
The Epsilon Lambda House Corporation is an organization dedicated to providing a safe, comfortable and attractive chapter house for the use of the members and guests of the Epsilon Lambda chapter at the University of Texas at Arlington.
The House Corp Board consists of the following outstanding alumnae volunteers:
JoAnn Eubank, President
Tanya Vittitow, Vice President
Ashley Gunther, Secretary
Kaitlin Suttles, Treasurer
For more information or if you have questions for the Arlington House Corp., please email: