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Campus Buildings

Northern House

Northern House


Northern House is the former Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity house. It was the fourth of building to be constructed on Fraternity Circle, being dedicated in Fall 1965.

The general contractor was the Shnipple Construction Company of Botkins, Ohio, and the architect was Kamenir and Hamed. The university acquired the property in the early 1980’s.


Northern House is the smallest of ONU's residence halls. It houses approximately 35 freshmen men. Northern House has a lounge, kitchenette, and a recreation area on its first floor. All rooms are double occupancy.