is a cooperative living group established on the University of Idaho campus in 1952. The house is home for up to 32 diverse and extraordinary women. Members share room and board expenses and participate in household chores to reduce living expenses. All internal affairs of Steel House are run by house members and are overseen by an active, local alumnae board.
If you are looking for a close-knit community of women who care about each other and their House; and a group of girls who often gather to watch TV, go to see a movie, or go out to dinner; and a place you can call home … Steel House might be for you.
Currently the Women of Steel House live at 908 Blake Avenue in the Delta Chi House, and then we are moving to a new location at 503 Taylor Avenue in Fall 2016. The location is near Married Student Housing. It is centrally located within an easy walk to any area of campus. Steel House is in the process of building a new facility.
Steel House provides an economical alternative for on-campus living. Members of Steel House will pay room and board of $$6,000/year for a double room. This includes rent, food, utilities, internet, cable, etc.
Steel House members will find valuable leadership opportunities and experiences that will be assets to building a stronger resume after college. The women build lasting friendships with a unique living experience that cannot be duplicated. Selflessness, consideration, respect, understanding for others, and pride in the house characterize the Women of Steel.
For more information about Steel House visit the Steel House Website.