Theta Zeta Chapter
Utah State University
Founded: March 17, 2018
The Theta Zeta Provisional Chapter at Utah State University was started in the Fall of 2015 by Matt Weido, San Jose State '13. The Initiation Ceremony was held on December 5, 2015 and was conducted by Scott Rarick, Capital '10. The Provisional Chapter initiated 33 men in their first semester. The initiation was assisted by GCA Bryce Satterly, Iowa State '10, and Ritual Education team members Ben Eichmiller, Purdue '11 and Dan Devine, Iowa State '10. The Colonization Ceremony was held on December 9, 2015 and was conducted by Scott Rarick, Capital '10 at the Kappa Delta House near campus. The founding President was Ryker O. Moore.
On March 17, 2018, the group officially chartered as the Theta Zeta Chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi. The ceremony was held at the Taggart Student Center Ballroom on the Utah State campus. Keynote speakers and guests included Grand Treasurer, Tom Brown, Indiana '75 and Hon. Bob Kutz, UC-Berkeley '67. Max Nelson, Iowa State '12, represented Fraternity Staff. Matt Weido, San Jose State '13, and Bryce Satterly, Iowa State '10, were also in attendance.
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