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Volunteering as a member of a chapter house corporation is a rewarding experience. It takes dedication, time, effort, and involvement. Ultimately, a strong housing corporation board of directors is an essential complement to a chapter’s Alumni Advisory Committee, appointed by the province commander. Typically, the personnel should be separate sets of alumni.

A housing corporation is required for any chapter lease or ownership of a house. Sometimes special situations exist with university/college-owned housing. It is best to consult the national administrative staff on the creation, re-arranging, or other special situation concerning chapter houses or lodges.

Housing corporations, properly created, will have a 501(c)2 status with the IRS. They should Federal Tax ID numbers and they have varying levels of reporting depending upon the amounts of income, number of employees, and other factors. A copy of the IRS 990 form for each housing corporation shall be filed with the national administrative office.

The housing corporation board focuses on housing-related issues. The Alumni Advisory Committee works with areas of chapter operations. Sometimes areas bleed into each other and that is why good communication must occur between both support structures.


House Corporation Supplemental Liability Insurance Program

Property Insurance Application

Housing Facility Inspection List

Housing Corp Example Bylaws

Example Chapter Lease

Delinquent Account Parent Letter

Fraternity Membership Contract

Room Inspection and Damage Deposit Form

Summer Break Checklist

Winter Break Checklist

Sprinkler Tips Info Sheet

FPMA Newsletter (Spring 2012, Vol. 31)

For more information please contact Assistant Executive Director of Alumni Affairs Brent Fellows at (540) 463-1865.