Located next to the campus at 555 W. Ninth Street, the TKE house/property is the largest fraternity property at Northwest Missouri State. There are 8 living suites, each consisting of 2 large bedrooms and a shared bathroom. The common areas consist of a commercially furnished kitchen, a television lounge, a games area with a pool and foosball table, a 30x60 foot chapter room, a study area and washer/dryer facilities on both the first and second floor. There is also a large deck with views of the campus. Outside the house, there is a large parking lot which can accommodate several dozen vehicles, a patio with a grill, two basketball goals and a sand volleyball court. Adjacent to the property is a large field on which football, soccer or kick ball can be played, next to which is a baseball/softball field which is city owned but often available for use.
Alcohol & Smoke Free
Both the TKE House and the property are alcohol and drug-free. While we do not prohibit members from drinking away from the TKE House, we feel that the focal point of the fraternity should be our six principles rather than alcohol. People who wish to smoke or vape must do so outside.
Other Safety Features
The House contains both smoke detectors and sprinklers in each living area and the common areas. There are four entryways/exits to the house, including stairwells at the northwest and southeast corners of the house. Fire extinguishers and alarms are located in multiple areas of the house. Each bedroom contains an emergency map on the wall, as well as a window large enough to accommodate immediate exit in the event of a fire
An adult lives in the house year-round to help ensure that rules are followed and safety is enforced, and alumni advisors visit the house at least once per week, often unannounced.
Cost to Live in the TKE House
Cost Per Semester (2018/2019 rates)
TKE House (2018-2019 rate)
Costs include all utilities for both the TKE House and the dormitories.
Parking is free at the TKE House; university permits cost $160 per year.
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