The 2021 Golf Outing is in the works!
The 2021 Outing is scheduled for June 11 and 12, 2021
A block of rooms have been booked at the Radisson
Updates will be provided in future Alumni and Chapter newsletters.
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The Zeta Alpha Chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity was established on Slippery Rock State College campus on July 11, 1964 with 38 founding members. It thrived until May 25, 1989. Since then, the alumni brothers have keep in communication and participated in events maintaining the ties of brotherhood over 28 years believing that we could do the work necessary to bring the beliefs, values and brotherhood we enjoyed back to the campus of Slippery Rock University.
On September 30, 2017, Theta Chi returned to Slippery Rock University as a colony and began to “redefine the fraternity experience” on the campus at Slippery Rock.
On April 7, 2018 the Grand Chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity approved the petition of the Zeta Alpha Colony and approved the re-chartering of the Zeta Alpha Chapter.
On April 29, 2018, the Installation, Chartering Ceremony and Banquet occurred and the Zeta Alpha Chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity returned to the campus of Slippery Rock University
We would be remiss if we did not extend a well deserved congratulations to the young men of the Zeta Alpha colony for their hard work over the last 6 months to bring this dream to a reality! Congratulations on a job well done!
The chapter will continue to need our help as they grow. We look forward to helping them develop and set high standards for themselves and other fraternities and sororities on campus.
The Creed of Theta Chi
I believe in Theta Chi, its traditions and its ideals. Born of sturdy manhood, nurtured by resolute men, ennobled by a high and sacred purpose, it has taken its place among the educational institutions of America as a promoter of knowledge, an advancer of culture and a builder of character.
It inspires true friendship: teaches Truth, Temperance and Tolerance, extols virtue, exacts harmony, and extends a helping hand to all who seek it.
I believe in the primacy of Alma Mater; in the usefulness of my Fraternity, in its influence and its accomplishments and I shall do all in my power to perpetuate its ideals, thereby serving my God, my country and my fellow-man. ~ Frank H. Schrenk K ’15