The Fraternity Complex was built in 1964 and has capability of housing eight chapters in the facility. The building is a specially designed octogan-shaped building that is split into eight different "units", which provides each chapter with a private entrance. Each unit is uniquely decorated by each chapter and offers three floors with the main floor having a chapter room, a lounge, and many chapters have made space into a game room or study room.
The Fraternity Complex also has many recreational aspects. Outside of the Complex are tennis and basketball courts and there is a Fitness/Wellness Center, equipped with free weights and a variety of exercise equipment located on the ground floor of the Fraternity Complex. A conference room and a laundry room are located on the ground floor as well.
Fraternity Complex, [Room #]
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Nearby Academic Buildings:
- Wood/Martin: Houses the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Science. These include English, communication, history and anthropology, modern language, sociology, and speech pathology.
- Humphreys:Houses the ROTC program, Department of Health and Human Performance, Department of Safety Science, Department of Academic Enrichment, the Department of Criminal Justice
- Morris: Houses the Department of Biochemistry, Chemistry, and Physics, the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, and the Department of Biology and Earth Science
- Ward Edwards: Home of the Harmon College of Business