Eta Xi Chapter
University of Colorado - Colorado Springs
Founded: April 23, 2016
Ideal Chapter Size:
Grand Senior President's Cup - 
Phi Pi Phi Silver Cup - 
Undergraduate Hall of Fame
Smith, Nick '14 
Coordinator of Expansion and Growth Matt Guldberg, Colorado '12 led expansion efforts at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in the fall semester of 2014. Forty-two men participated in the Pledge Ceremony in November of 2014. The group was colonized and 35 men were initiated in December of 2014.
The Eta Xi Chapter chartered on April 23, 2016. The Ceremony was held at 1420 Austin Bluffs Parkway in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Undergraduate Grand Councilor Sam Harris, Wayne State '12 and Oakland '13, gave the Keynote Address and presented the group with their charter. Earl Racine, Lawrence Tech '84, gave the Alumni Address. Matt Guldberg, Colorado '12, represented Fraternity Staff. David Wu, UC - Colorado Springs '14, was the Founding President.
Eta Xi has won the following awards: Brotherhood Award and Rising Greek Leaders Award. At the 55th Grand Chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity in Indianapolis, Indiana, the Chapter was awarded the Grand Senior President's Cup for a medium-sized campus.
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