Delta Tau Delta - Gamma Pi

2121 sunset drive
Ames, IA 50014

On July 17, 1875, the Omega Chapter of Delta Tau Delta became the first Greek chapter established on the Iowa State University campus. After University President Beardshear banned fraternities in 1891, Delta Tau Delta went underground and was known as the Hawkeye Club. After the ban was lifted it did not take long before the Hawkeye Club was installed as the Gamma Pi Chapter of Delta Tau Delta on November 4, 1911. Ever since opening the door for others, Delta Tau Delta has been a strong leader at the Iowa State campus. Through participation in Greek events, philanthropies, and social events, Delts strive to be "committed to lives of excellence".

Nickname Delts
Philanthropy National Philanthropy- JDRF Angel Tree (December) Adopt-A-Highway Delt Guys, Burgers, and Fries Dunkin' Delts
Colors Purple, Gold and White
Symbols ΔΤΔ
Chapter Founded July 17, 1875
Chapter Website
Chapter Phone 563-357-3341
National Founded 1858
National Website
National Phone 317-284-0203
Delta Tau Delta - Gamma Pi
2121 sunset drive


  • Dues: $863, plus $4,437 (for food & rent)
  • Style of living: 2-3 Person Traditional and Suites
  • Maximum capacity: 64
  • Internet: Wireless and 2 ethernet ports/room
  • Cable: Cable available in all rooms
  • Other Information: -House cook
    -House Mom
    -35 parking spots
    -10 Meals a week
    -24/7 kitchen operation
    -Free printing
    -Free laundry
    -Newly completed shelter as of Fall 2015
    -6 study booths, 3 on each floor
    -96" screen projector TV, and pool table
    -Sunken courtyard with basketball hoop
    -Functional Elevator
    -1 classroom with projector and whiteboards
    -4 study rooms, 2 on each floor, equipped with conference table and projectors
    -1 large conference room with table, projector, and whiteboard
    -Compete in Homecoming, Varieties, and Greek Week.
  • Freshmen: In-house and Out-of-house