Chamberlin House

Chamberlin House Building Image
Established 
1965

Chamberlin House is apartment-style housing for senior students that previously housed Chemistry and formerly, the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity.

History & Architecture

The building was built as a house for Phi Gamma Delta. Named by the fraternity in honor of Samuel Scovel Chamberlin who entered Denison in 1891 and died in 1901. Funds were given by Chamberlin's family. An addition to the house was made in 1965.

Chamberlin was renovated and reopened in 2012 as Denison's newest apartment-style residence.
Designer/Architect 
Miller and Reeves of Columbus