The Miami Chapter of Delta Upsilon is the 5th oldest active chapter of the fraternity. We are located at 400 E Vine Street in Oxford, Ohio. With an active body of over 70 students, we are among the largest fraternities at Miami University.
|National Founding||Williams College, November 4, 1834|
|Local Founding||May 1868|
|Colors||Old Gold (HTML #ffcf40) and Sapphire Blue (HTML #27578c)|
|National Philanthropy||Global Service Initiative|
|Open Motto||“Justice Our Foundation”|
Tour of 400 East Vine Street
About the Housing Corporation
The Miami Alumni of Delta Upsilon, Inc., commonly known as Housing Corp, is a non-profit Ohio corporation originally chartered in 1927. Maintaining its charter requires filing a Certificate of Continued Existence (which includes the identification of a current Statutory Agent) with the Ohio Secretary of State every five years. The next update is due in...
Puddle Pull is a sport the Miami Chapter of Delta Upsilon began hosting in 1949. The event was founded by Miami DU alumnus Frank Dodd '49. Puddle Pull has been and still is, one of the most popular events of Greek Week. It is the last event of the week and always has a great...
The Miami Chapter’s History
Delta Upsilon was originally found in 1834 when a group of Williams College students met for the first time on Tuesday, Nov. 4, 1834, at the Freshman Recitation Room of the West College Building to form what they would call the Social Fraternity. To these men, “social” did not refer to entertainment events, rather an...