Tri Delta

Alpha Sigma at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Our House

Unlike any other greek house on campus, the Delta Delta Delta house is like a compound — one main house complete with three annexes. With such a unique layout, the Tri Delta house is the perfect place to eat, sleep, live, and socialize — all at once. Modern conveniences such as wireless internet and big-screen TVs balance the historic nature of the house.

Our house was originally owned by Samuel F. Phillips (1824-1903) who was a civil rights pioneer, lawyer and politician. He took part in the civil rights case, Plessy v. Ferguson and argued against segregation in Brown v. Board of education. His father was the first professor of mathematics at UNC Chapel Hill, so the family moved to UNC where Phillips graduated with highest honors in 1841. 

One fantastic aspect of joining Tri Delta: Living in the house is open to all grades! We've got freshmen through seniors — all ages have the chance to snag a coveted spot in the house. As neighbors, our younger and older members build bonds they could never find elsewhere. At Tri Delt, grade is just a number!

  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image