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Georgia Southern University

Eta Mu Chapter

Georgia Southern University
Founded: August 27, 2016
Status: Active
Ideal Chapter Size: 65




President - Anthony Chapman
Recruitment Director - Philip Martinez
Alumni Director - Kevin Breslin
Grand Chapter Advisor - Brian Koehler
Alumni Association President - None

Chapter History

Expansion efforts of the Eta Mu Provisional Chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi at Georgia Southern University took place in the spring of 2012. After four semesters of stalled progress, fraternity staff decided to take the group in a new direction by recruiting new founding fathers. In the fall 2014 semester, Assistant Director of Undergraduate Engagement Cory Ryan, Wake Forest ’10 conducted a membership review and reorganized the colony. He recruited a total of 32 men who went through a Pledge Ceremony in September of 2014.

Eta Mu officially chartered on August 27, 2016. The ceremony was held at the Russell Student Center on Georgia Southern's campus. Brother Mike Waters, Oregon State '73, was the keynote speaker and Danny Miller, Alpha Epsilon Pi (Fraternity Staff), was also in attendance.

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