Eta Alpha Chapter
Oklahoma State University
Founded: January 30, 2016
Ideal Chapter Size: 80
Alpha Gamma Upsilon Bronze Cup - [2019, 2016]
Coordinator of Expansion and Growth Seth Melchor, Bowling Green ’10 began expansion efforts at Oklahoma State University in the fall semester of 2013; fellow staff member Connor Gau, Chico State ’11 provided follow up support later on during the expansion efforts. 41 men went through a Pledge Ceremony in September of 2013. The group was officially colonized by Curtiss Norman, Northwood ’12 in November of 2013. 31 men were initiated in February 2014. The group met initial recruitment difficulties in the spring of 2014 semester, but was crowned as OSU Homecoming champion in fall of 2014.
On January 30, 2016 the Eta Alpha Chapter held their chartering ceremony in the Student Union Ballroom. Mike Waters, Oregon State '73 conducted the ceremony with assistance from staff member Scott Rarick, Capital '10. Also in attendance was Jessica Grace, Alpha Sigma Phi Graduate Assistant; Ival Gregory, Manager of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs and Joey Yost (GCA), Ohio Wesleyan '05.
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