Theta Rho Chapter
Texas A&M University
Founded: October 21, 2017
On November 5, 2016 62 men were initiation into the Theta Rho Provisional Chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi at Texas A&M University. The initiation was coordinated by Assistant Director of Chapter Development Jay Grothause, Bowling Green ’10 and Ritual Education Team Member David Garcia, Iowa State ’05. Members from the Theta Delta Provisional Chapter were in attendance to assistant as well as Theta Rho’s Grand Chapter Advisor Brian Dehaven, Toledo ’89. The initiation took place at the Lincoln Recreation Center in College Station, TX.
Theta Rho was installed as a Provisional Chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi on November 5, 2016 in a ceremony lead by Assistant Director Grothause and attended by Grand Chapter Advisor Dehaven. Michael Migaud, Texas A&M ’16 was the founding President.
The group was approved to charter and the ceremony took place on October 21, 2017 at the University Recreation Center on the Texas A&M campus. Keynote speakers included Grand Councilor, Greg Kroencke, Illinois ’91 and Chapter President, Michael Migaud, Texas A&M ’16. Brian DeHaven, Toledo '89, was also in attendance.
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