Delta Sigma Phi Headquarters
Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity Headquarters is located at the Fairbanks Mansion at 2960 N. Meridian Street in Indianapolis, Indiana. Here, Fraternity and Foundation operations are centralized, creating an environment for staff to collaborate and store Fraternity records and archives.
About the Fairbanks Mansion
Fairbanks Mansion was constructed in 1912 for Charles Warren Fairbanks, the U.S. vice president under Theodore Roosevelt. Following the deaths of both Fairbanks and his wife, the home was converted to office space in 1950 for the Indianapolis Life Insurance Company. Over the years, it has housed other Indianapolis businesses and organizations. Additional office space has been added on to the mansion, providing Delta Sig with access to additional meeting space, training rooms and cafeteria. The Fraternity currently leases the space.
We welcome any and all visitors for tours during regular business hours Monday through Friday. To schedule a visit, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Walk-ins are also welcome.
In the early days of the Fraternity, Delta Sigma Phi worked without an official Headquarters space, simply incorporating in the states in which key national volunteers lived—like the General Secretary or National Treasurer. During that time, the Fraternity incorporated in New York; Washington, D.C.; and Ohio. Then in 1950, Headquarters moved to Denver, Colorado, where it remained for 32 years. In 1982, the Fraternity moved to Indianapolis and purchased Taggart Mansion located at 1331 N. Delaware Street in Indianapolis. After two years of renovations, the operations moved into Taggart in 1984. To meet the growing needs of staff, Taggart was sold in July 2014. Since December 2014, Delta Sigma Phi Headquarters has been located in the Fairbanks Mansion, located a mere two miles north of Taggart.
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Delta Sigma Phi
2960 N. Meridian Street
P.O. Box 88507
Indianapolis, IN 46208