649 Gayley Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90024
The Delta Tau Delta fraternity house at UCLA (in Delt tradition, it's called "The Delt Shelter") is a Georgian-revival, American Colonial-style house located on Gayley Avenue. Built for Delta Tau Delta by a Delt architect in the 1920s, it is close to campus and in a prime location on fraternity row. The great location also provides easy access to Westwood and the greater LA area.
Brothers have access to a 55-inch television in our Television Room that is perfect for watching games. The Alumni Room has a pool table, formal furniture set, and fireplace with historic detail. The house also features a study room, laundry facilities, dining room, kitchen, and full-size basketball court. Our live-in program includes a meal plan with an on-site master chef.
With 18 rooms, the house boasts a live-in capacity of 36 brothers. Most are double occupancy, but singles and a four-person room—the fabled Quad—are also available. Living in, brothers are always surrounded by their best friends. They can always find a study buddy, gym partner, or someone down for an In-N-Out run. Each brother can make his room his own and every room serves as an extension of its occupants.