Eta Theta Chapter
University of Texas - San Antonio
Founded: November 4, 2017
Coordinator of Expansion and Growth member Seth Melchor, Bowling Green ’10 led expansion efforts at the University of Texas at San Antonio in the spring semester of 2014. After a turbulent expansion effort, where several founding fathers found themselves at odds with each other over fraternity vision issues, 12 men participated in an initiation ceremony, led by staff members Curtiss Norman and Ryan Kolter, Whitewater ’12 in April of 2014. The group was colonized in April of 2014.
The group officially chartered on November 4, 2017 and became the Eta Theta Chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi. The ceremony was held at the Tribute at the Rim Sky Lounge in San Antonio, TX. Keynote speakers included Grand Councilor Scott Grissom, Oklahoma ’78, and current Chapter President, Jose Allende, UT San Antonio ’15. Senior Director of Alumni Engagement, Danny Miller, was also in attendance.
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