Following a mandate from the city of Ames that all fraternity and sorority houses in the city install fire suppression systems, the Iowa Beta AVC decided to use the opportunity to launch a new campaign for the chapter’s home. Their fundraising campaign brought in more than $3.1 million, which they used to upgrade their fire- and life-safety system, plumbing and electrical systems, and study suites. They also added a resident scholar suite and a state-of-the art Residential Learning Community classroom.
San Diego State Chapter Alumni and Volunteer Corporation
After exploring every option from land swaps and alternative off-campus housing, the San Diego State AVC concluded that a total renovation of their RLC home was their best option. The campaign raised $750,000 to fund life-safety upgrades, mechanical, electrical and plumbing upgrades, a kitchen and dining area expansion, a faculty fellow office, upgraded study and sleeping rooms and exterior renovations.