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Old 07-04-2017, 03:48 PM
wsucalsigmakapp wsucalsigmakapp is offline
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Adding to the list, I would say Washington State is ready. Back in 2003, it was standard to have the executive board, the sophomore class, and the junior classes living in the chapter house. If I recall correctly, the chapter houses hold between 38 and 65. The pledge classes seem to be 50-55, at this point between executive boards, only one pledge class can live in the chapter houses. If pledge classes continue to increase like they have been (slowly but surely!) in another couple of years, the pledge class will be larger than the amount of spots available. Unless the culture at WSU has changed a LOT, I would think they are ready to expand. Land is some what of an issue, but not a huge issue, it could be figured out.

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