The fraternity house is located at 780 Spruce Street. In 2009, an extensive renovation of the property was completed. The cost was $2.2 million dollars of which $1.1 million dollars was contributed by alumni. Money has been set aside to address any future renovation issues.
The stately Georgian mansion known formally as the Sarah B. Cochran House has been home to the Chapter since 1932, and is currently configured to house a minimum of 35 undergraduates in all single rooms. The grounds of the House include parking, an outdoor volleyball court, and the freestanding Chapel with stained glass windows; the colored panes of glass pay homage to the founding of the Fraternity.
Our fraternity Chapel was dedicated on Mother’s Day, 1952 to the Veteran brothers who lost their lives in the Spanish-American War, World War I, and World War II. The Chapel remains an active part of the chapter. It’s used for meetings, initiations, funerals and marriages.
This legacy forms the basis for the return of an active and vibrant presence on the Morgantown campus for Phi Kappa Psi.