More than 30 members of Rogers State University’s growing Greek community came together over the weekend to participate in their first Installation ceremony.
Held Saturday, Feb. 25, at First United Methodist Church in Claremore, Phi Delta Theta was recognized as an official fraternity, installing a total of 32 brothers. RSU President Dr. Larry Rice, Vice President for Student Affairs and Admissions Services Dr. Robert Goltra, and Student Activities Coordinator Katie Anderson in attendance.
The Oklahoma Epsilon Chapter of Phi Delta Theta is an organization dedicated to shaping its members into becoming the best men they can be and facilitating lifelong relationships that impact campus, community and fellow brothers.
The group meets every Monday at 5:30 p.m. for dinner in Chapman Hall, followed by a regular meeting at 6 p.m. in the Residential Life Clubhouse.
For more information about Phi Delta Theta, visit https://www.rsu.edu/campus-life/student-organizations/fraternity-sorority-life/phi-delta-theta.