Visit IHQ | LCA Fraternity


The international headquarters office offers an array of different rooms that serve professional staff members, undergraduates, alumni, volunteers, the Grand High Zeta, Educational Foundation Board members and our inter fraternal colleagues.



If you would like a tour of the international headquarters office or reserve the Williamson Classroom for a function, please contact our front office by calling us at (317) 872-8000 or filling out the Williamson Classroom Reservation form.

For tours, please make your appointment at least three (3) days in advance so that a professional staff member will be available to lead your tour.

To reserve the Williamson Classroom, please contact the office at least 21 days in advance. 





The largest meeting space at the international headquarters building is the John Creighton Williamson Classroom. The Classroom is intended to host chapters for retreats and education sessions. Features in the Classroom include desks and chairs that can fit 50 members, a 75 inch monitor at the head of the Classroom, a large window in the back of the room that overlooks Pennsylvania Street and a kitchenette. The Classroom also displays framed sports jerseys from famous Lambda Chi brothers.










The museum adjoins the classroom on the opposite end of the entry area. Many of the same artifacts that were held in the Mason Library at 8741 Founders Road are included in the museum. The museum includes a display of the evolution of the coat of arms, badges belonging to local societies before they became Lambda Chi chapters, a framed display of Ernst Fisher’s jewelry and several cases with fraternity memorabilia. There is track lighting that enhances the museum’s displays and a monitor that may later be programed to provide information as well.











The Executive Meeting Room is directly behind the reception area. The meeting room features a kitchenette, a monitor, an executive board table with 14 chairs, a fireplace and access to a balcony.











On the far end of the north wing of the office building is the Mason Library meeting space. The Mason Library includes a meeting table, access to a balcony, a monitor and a bookcase with many of John E. Mason’s books.










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Lambda Chi Alpha’s vision to lead a co-curricular Greek movement, predicated on partnership and collaboration amongst the undergraduates, host institutions, alumni and General Fraternity, and offering an experience that focuses on the maturational development of today’s college man. As such, it is the vision of Lambda Chi Alpha to extend itself beyond the traditional social fraternity in practice and principle.