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We are building a new house.
We still need your help to get it done.
If you have not given yet, now is the time!
You can ensure that our brotherhood remains strong for generations to come by making ours the most modern, attractive, and rightfully, the best fraternity house at WPI.
It’s time to give back, so the experiences we had can be shared by generations of brothers to come.
Support this campaign by making the largest contribution you can afford to make at this time. Our fraternity’s future depends on it.
This project will position Fiji to remain a place where young men learn valuable lessons in leadership while building lifelong friendships with one another. Join us in supporting this campaign by making the largest contribution you can afford to make at this time. Our fraternity’s future depends on it.
Henry Fitzgerald '75 is leading the project as President of FA Morse. He was supported during the design and construction phases of the project by number of graduate brothers including John Pelli '71, Bob Ferrari '74, Garry Balboni '74, Paul Wheeler '76, Steve Borys '76, Bob Guigli '79, Dave Willens '09, Jimmy Mosteller '18, Aidan Mayer '21 and Jake Scalise '23, among others
William J. Masiello Architecture completed the design, architectural, and engineering phases of the project.
FW Madigan has been selected as the general contractor.
The full cost of the project will be $5.5 million.
$3 million in donations have been committed by graduate brothers
$2 million has been secured as a loan from TD Bank
Henry Fitgerald '76
“We carefully considered how and when to proceed, given the recent world-changing events, but the fact of the matter is that after 120+ years housing a collegiate fraternity, the time has come to replace the facility. ”
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