Theta Delta Chi at UC Berkeley: The Delta Deuteron Charge.
Great House, Great Location!
The Delta Deuteron house sits prominently on the corner of College and Durant avenues in Berkeley, California only a block from campus. This location is very convenient for students attending classes and is close to the thriving campus community on Telegraph Ave., with banks, book stores, restaurants and campus services.
We’re proud of our heritage and our current undergraduate men! Our fraternity has long supported ethnic diversity and fairness. With equal emphasis on academics and fun, our house is going strong and increasing membership. Creating life-long bonds of friendship and giving our members an awesome connection with the finest University in the Country.
Solid Fraternity – Long History
Established in 1900, the Delta Deuteron charge of Theta Delta Chi is one of the oldest surviving fraternity chapters on the Berkeley campus. Surviving two world wars, the Great Depression, and the Free Speech Movement of the 60’s. Known by the locals as the “Chia House” for its lush ivy folliage, the house is an icon of the traditional ‘ivy league’ fraternity. Delta Deut was featured in the hit 1960’s movie The Graduate, starring Dustin Hoffman.
Our chapter’s Charge house was build in 1916 for our fraternity, designed by one of our alumni. Read more on the origin of the Delta Deuteron House here…
With a recent surge of alumni support and effort, this great structure has seen continual repairs and conservation work over the past decade. Our football season tailgates draw alumni from across the glob–spanning generations of membership–all connected in brotherhood.