Fall 2013 Recruitment
All events will begin at 5pm. Food and Beverages will be served.
REPEAT: ALL FOOD IS FREE!
Our Chapter house is located at 1307 N. University Drive, across from Churchill Hall at NDSU.
MONDAY, September 2, 2013: Grill-Out at Theta Chi
Enjoy some food on us at Theta Chi Fraternity’s house!
TUESDAY, September 3, 2013: Demolition Day at Theta Chi
Help to destroy a car with the men of Theta Chi!
WEDNESDAY, September 4, 2013: Mini Golf at Theta Chi
Golf your way through our man-made golf course at the Theta Chi chapter house!
THURSDAY, September 5, 2013: Dunk Tank and Yard Games at Theta Chi
Play some casual yard games or try to dunk some members in Theta Chi in our own Dunk Tank!
Why Rush Theta Chi?
you’ll have excellent scholastic resources available to help you achieve your goals
you’ll learn important leadership skills and get a chance to practice them in a number of different ways
you’ll be encouraged to get involved on campus and in other clubs and organizations
you’ll have a chance to participate in intramural sports, homecoming events, exchanges with sororities, and much, much more
you’ll have the opportunity to give back to the Fargo/Moorhead community through philanthropy and volunteer events
you’ll be exposed to career opportunities through interaction with alumni and brothers from around the country and around the world
you’ll have a supportive group of friends during college and throughout life
The men at Theta Chi Fraternity want you to start thinking about Greek life at NDSU. The Greek System at NDSU is made up of 11 fraternities and 3 sororities. Being a member of a fraternity opens many opportunities not given to most college students, both socially and academically.
What is Theta Chi? Theta Chi (ΘΧ) is a social Fraternity, which means that we do not require members to be of a specific field of study. However, engineering, accountancy, and business seem to be the dominant majors among Theta Chi members. Theta Chi always aims to earn one of the highest collective GPA of the NDSU fraternities. We are also the largest fraternity on campus. Our chapter house is located at 1307 N. University Drive, directly across the street from the NDSU campus.
How do I join Theta Chi Fraternity? Joining Theta Chi is simple. Recruitment week is a time for NDSU students to learn more about the fraternities. After recruitment week, a new member process begins, during which an interested student learns more about the fraternity. The final step is initiation, the process by which a person is officially inducted into the fraternity. Hazing is strictly prohibited by the Theta Chi International Headquarters and is NOT a part of our initiation process.
What does it mean to be a Theta Chi member? As a member, you’ll be a part of almost 100 years of tradition at NDSU. You’ll instantly be connected to over 1900 men from NDSU and thousands of other brothers across the nation. You’ll be able to participate in the countless social functions and philanthropy events that Theta Chi organizes, often in cooperation with sororities and other student organizations. You’ll make life-long friends and meet Theta Chi alumni, who are often an excellent resource for employment following your college years. Being a Theta Chi means being something greater!
Theta Chi enriches the college experience.
What we do for the community:
Children’s Miracle Network Event
- Dance Marathon
- Volunteering with the YWCA
Theta Chi Day’s of giving
Relay for Life
Festival of Trees
Participate in AGD’s Mr. NDSU competition for charity
And much more!
What we do for fun:
- Social Exchanges
- Monday Night Formal Dinners
Formal Term Trip
Pig Banquet (Founders Event)
Intramural Sports and Ultimate Frisbee
Trips to National Conventions
And much more. . .
Joining a fraternity is something you only have a chance to do once. It is an experience that will show you who you are, what values are important to you, and how you can make a difference in the community. Please explore the website to learn more about what it means to be a fraternity man, what it means to be a Theta Chi.
“From the outside looking in, you can never understand it; From the inside looking out you can never explain it…”