UCB Chapter: www.caltdx.comNational Chapter: www.tdx.org
UCB Chapter: 1900National Chapter: 1847
# of Active Members: 51
# of Rooms: 20
Required to live in the chapter house?: No
Parking Available?: Yes
Meal Service?: Yes
Cleaning Service?: Yes
High Speed Internet?: Yes
Chapter Summary/Information: Theta Delta Chi (TDX), the eleventh oldest of the college social fraternities, has been a prosperous brotherhood since 1847. Our 3-story house, located at the corner of College and Durant (1 block from campus), was featured in the hit 1960's movie The Graduate starring Dustin Hoffman. The TDX chapter in Berkeley boasts many prominent alumni, including the 1980 NFL Pro Bowl MVP Chuck Muncie. Following a major interior renovation in 2002, our house now has a big screen TV, a pool table, high-speed DSL internet and cable for every room in the house, and a library/study room. Since the renovation, our brotherhood has quickly risen to its current number of 51 active brothers. Every year we like to host football game day BBQs and even take road trips to away games like USC, UCLA, and Stanford; and we love throwing parties, like our famous “Cave” party, among many others each semester.
Annual Events: Football Game Days | CAVE | TDX Halloween House of Horrors | Exchanges/Mixers with Sororities | IM Flag Football, Basketball, and Softball | Date Parties | Alumni Events | Winnebago (RV) “Bago” Trips for Football Away games
Chapter Philanthropy: Autism Speaks
Chapter History: In 1847, Theta Delta Chi was founded at Union College in Schenectady, New York. The Delta Deuteron (UC Berkeley) charge of Theta Delta Chi was founded in 1900. The 3-story Delta Deut house, which was featured in the hit 1960's movie "The Graduate" starring Dustin Hoffman, was built in 1908. It has remained our home for over a century, making Theta Delta Chi one of the oldest surviving houses on the Berkeley campus.
Contact Information: Recruitment@caltdx.com
Address: 2647 Durant Avenue, Berkeley CA, 94704
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