TKE chapter housing varies tremendously based on campus, ranging from the traditional chapter house owned by a local housing corporation, to the Greek cooperative operated by the university.
Fraternity housing can be a great asset to any chapter and help to enhance the fraternal experience. Having a house comes with great fun and great responsibility. Among the responsibilities are insurance, general upkeep of house, keeping the house up to fire code standards and periodic renovations. A well run house can be a great way for men to learn the responsibility of owning a home for themselves as well as a great way to bond with brothers.
The Fraternity is a member of the Capital Fraternal Caucus, which is the collaborative effort of fraternities and sororities in the the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC), the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), and the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) that is working with Congress to keep Greek issues a priority. Of particular interest is the Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act.