Delta Gamma's beautiful chapter home is located at 1206 S. 6th Ave. in Bozeman, Montana - right across the street from Campus! Built in 1964, the house was designed to be occupied by sorority women. Today, the Alpha Gam house is home to 32 women, an immeasurable number of memories, and one incredible sisterhood.
With 3 stories, the house has numerous common areas for hang outs, studying, or watching movies. On the main floor you'll find our formal living room, complete with a baby grand piano. You'll also find our House Mother's apartment, informal living room, dining room, kitchen, and breakfast nook. In the dining room, we eat most of our meals, including formal dinner together every other Monday night. Our talented chef, Kim, cooks lunch Monday through Friday and dinner Monday through Thursday.
The Alpha Gam Chapter House has two sleeping porches that are always kept dark and quiet. There are 14 day rooms that hold two to four sisters. Each day room has a couch with pull out bed, ample desk space, and plenty of shelving and storage. Each room has an outside closet just across the hall from it.
The lower level is home to the laundry room, storage room, a common area, a large quiet study room and our guestroom. Likewise, the upstairs houses another common area, and access to the balcony, where sisters can be found studying, people watching, or just enjoying warm sunny days.