The national Delta Phi Fraternity was founded at Union College in Schenectady, New York, on November 17, 1827. The Pi chapter of the Delta Phi, its 16th chapter, was incorporated on June 5, 1891, at Cornell University.
The brothers of Delta Phi at Cornell currently reside at 100 Cornell Avenue, formerly the Cornell family mansion. The elegant mansion known as Llenroc ("Cornell" spelled backwards) is the last existing building associated with the personal life of Ezra Cornell.
Regarded as Ithaca's finest residence, it is an outstanding and exceptionally well-preserved example of high style masonry Gothic Revival architecture. Llenroc remained in the Cornell family's possession until 1911, when the house was purchased from the family by the Delta Phi fraternity.
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LLENROC CLOSED FOR SUMMER 2013
As part of our Llenroc renovations initiative fund, our board of trustees has elected to close the house this summer. This will help us perform necessary maintenance, cleaning, and preservation to our beautiful home. Llenroc will be open on Saturday, June 8, for Reunion. However, if you plan to visit some other time this summer, please let us know well in advance (contact Samer at email@example.com or our alumni records office at firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Save the date for Reunion Weekend: June 6-9! Join us Saturday, June 8, for House tours from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. and an alumni cocktail reception from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.Click here for more details!
CENTURY AT LLENROC
You can order photos from the Century at Llenroc event by clicking here!
Visit our Photo Archives to see some of the photos (by Robert Kaussner Photography) from the weekend celebration!
A Century at Llenroc featured in the Cornell Alumni Magazine!