Delta Zeta’s chapter houses and gathering places symbolize a feeling of intimacy … a cherished feature of the sorority experience. We are committed to providing our members with safe, comfortable and attractive housing which provides a home away from home – a place where friendships and memories are made for a lifetime and lives are enriched.

Delta Zeta chapters have a variety of housing options, which are supported both nationally and locally. National support comes from the National Housing Corporation. Formed in March 1992, its primary responsibility is to provide housing for a Delta Zeta college chapter. Today the National Housing Corporation, which is located at National Headquarters in Oxford, OH, provides and manages in-house bed spaces for 1,856 collegiate women, and a total approaching 7,500 members affiliated with the National Housing Corporation system across 65 campuses.

Local House Corporations operate separately from the National Housing Corporation within the laws of their state and respective of the university’s guidelines. If your chapter is a Local House Corporation, this means your facility is locally owned or rented by a non-profit corporation set up in your state, and operated by a board of directors/officers made up of local alumnae volunteers.

To contact National Housing Corporation: [email protected]