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The main section of the chapter house is undergoing a major renovation. A complete updating of all infrastructure and modernization of the dormitory, dining and restroom areas is underway. This is a $ 5 million project. Mother Mu needs your help.
Founded on March 9, 1856, by University of Alabama students Noble Leslie DeVotie, Nathan Elams Cockrell, Thomas Chappell Cook, Samuel Marion Dennis, Wade Hampton Foster, John Webb Kerr, Abner Edwin Patton, and John Barrett Rudolph, Sigma Alpha Epsilon values loyalty, honor and fraternity.
The men of Mother Mu aspire to be leaders on campus, in the classroom and to prepare for life after the University of Alabama. Mother Mu members and alumni serve as campus leaders at The Capstone.
The updated courtyard will feature a ramp for wheelchair accessibility to the dining area, a covered outdoor dining area and a brick privacy wall.
The upstairs living area will feature a library for studying and group meetings and laundry facilities for the residents will be located on the 2nd floor. Most rooms will share a bathroom.
The game room will include much needed storage space and 4 flat screen TVs to compliment the projection TV. Features include sectional seating, a pool table and ping pong table.
Restrooms on the lower level have been added for men and the ladies room has been updated. Both facilities can be available for courtyard parties without access to the rest of the house
A fire suppression sprinkler system is being installed for the safety of our members and guests.
The house appearance from University Boulevard will not change. A construction fence surrounds the house during the project, Completion is scheduled for January 3, 2020.