Eta Eta Chapter
University of Texas - Austin
Founded: August 29, 2015
Coordinator of Expansion and Growth Beau Loendorf, Colorado State ’11 led expansion efforts at the University of Texas at Austin in the spring semester of 2014. 29 men participated in a Pledge Ceremony in March of 2014. Director of Chapter Development Danny Miller arrived on campus shortly after to host officer elections and train provisional chapter leadership. Staff members Curtiss Norman, Northwood ’12 and Ryan Kolter, Whitewater ’12 initiated 26 men and colonized the group in April of 2014. In the spring 2015 semester, the provisional chapter secured chapter housing at 1909 San Gabriel Street and was approved to charter as the Eta Eta chapter.
Eta Eta officially chartered on Saturday, August 29, 2015. The Ceremony was held at the Student Activity Center in the South Ballroom. Grand Councilor Mark Still, Washington '75, gave the Keynote Address and presented the group with their charter. Steven Zizzo, Illinois ’84, gave the Alumni Address. Carlton Matthews, Murray State ’10, represented Fraternity Staff. Benjamin Tuggle, Texas '14, was the founding president.
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