The Campaign for FarmHouse at Purdue University
Our Proud History
The Purdue Chapter of FarmHouse Fraternity and Purdue University share a storied tradition dating back to our official founding in 1952. From that time to the present, our proud history speaks for itself through high academic achievement and leadership within Purdue University and a commitment to build better men. With nearly 1,300 initiates, the Purdue FarmHouse chapter has influenced the lives of numerous men, building lasting friendships throughout our membership in the process. Many of our best college memories are due to our FarmHouse experience.
While many of our alumni have gone on to successful and distinguished careers in agriculture, business, education, engineering, science and countless other endeavors, the common bond of our brotherhood remains, along with our shared principles and values. Most of us can trace the roots of our success to the values and skills cultivated in FarmHouse.
Through FarmHouse we not only learned the importance of friendship, knowledge, service, fellowship, and excellence, but we acquired valuable assets, which include leadership skills, organizational skills, social skills, teamwork, and character. These traits have been integral to our personal success and helped make us the men we are today.
Our chapter house at 1028 State Street is clearly the focus of undergraduate life for FarmHouse. It has been a home away from home for hundreds of young men and a classroom where our brothers have grown intellectually, spiritually, physically, and socially. However, if we wish for FarmHouse to continue its strong presence on the Purdue University campus, we must ensure that we are providing a safe, modern, and competitive facility. Now is the time to secure our future.
For more information, contact Jerry Cooper at (785) 843-1661, or