In the fall 2010, Epsilon Epsilon, along with the rest of Tennessee Tech’s Panhellenic sororities, moved into a luxurious suite in the new sorority wing located on the 3rd floor of New Hall North residence hall. Epsilon Epsilon alumna and interior designer, Kelly Rose Harrell and the Delta Gamma House Corporation planned to provide all EE collegiate members with a beautiful place to call "home".
With calming sea foam blue walls, white trim and chair rails, and a little touch of nautical, their plan was executed. The suite provides seating for around 35 and is split into 3 distinct areas for work, food, and fun. Focused on comfort and function, the Delta Gamma suite provides a kitchen for sisters to make meals and eat at a traditional dining table, an office area for sisters to utilize study files for homework or tests, and of course, a huge couch and television for sisters to come and relax when they need a short escape from school.
Different from typical sorority houses, members cannot live within the suite, but the room does allow all active members access throughout the week and weekends. As our chapter has gotten larger, we no longer hold chapter meetings within the suite, but with the simple swipe of your student ID card, the Delta Gamma suite can be your home away from home!