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Central Arkansas

Eta Zeta Provisional Chapter


University of Central Arkansas
Founded: Not Chartered
Status: In- Active

 

Chapter History

Coordinator of Expansion and Growth Dylan Dunne, Grand Valley ’10 led expansion efforts at the University of Central Arkansas in the spring semester of 2014; fellow staff member Beau Loendorf, Colorado State ’11 provided follow up support later on during the expansion efforts. After a turbulent expansion effort, where several founding fathers found themselves at odds with each other over social issues, 15 men participated in an initiation ceremony in April of 2014 and the group was colonized in April of 2014.

In April of 2016, Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity Headquarters halted the operations and sent a suspension notice to the Eta Zeta Colony. Under direction and guidance of Fraternity Headquarters, the colony will be re-organized in the fall of 2016.


Submitting Changes to the Chapter's History: Any member of the fraternity and/or chapter is welcome to submit a request to update/change/correct information listed within the chapter history portion of this page. Submissions will be accepted in two ways: Should a correction need to be made, please submit the entire sentence/paragraph that needs to be updated with the correction highlighted in yellow or in a different color. If something new or updated needs to be added, please submit the entire sentence/paragraph that needs to be added and/or revised with the new or added information highlighted in yellow or in a different color.

This information should be submitted to tbtm@alphasigmaphi.org where it will be reviewed by Fraternity Staff and/or the Grand Historian. Your submission will not be acknowledged unless it has been added to the website. It is very important that the chapter's history accurately and objectively reflect the chapter, so all corrections, additions, revisions should be reviewed by other members of your chapter/colony before they are submitted for consideration.



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