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Omega Delta Phi is a multicultural service/social fraternity that aims at graduating its members while giving back to the community.
What's the purpose of omega delta phi?
The purpose of this Brotherhood, a Service/Social fraternity dedicated to the needs and concerns of the community, is and shall be to promote and maintain the traditional values of Unity, Honesty, Integrity, and Leadership. This Brotherhood was founded in order to provide, to ANY man, a diverse fraternal experience which coincides with a higher education.
How will I benefit from joining a fraternity?
Omega Delta Phi provides students with various opportunities to be involved in their chapter, council, Greek Community, and university. Some of our top leadership positions on and off campus are held by members of Omega Delta Phi. The Greek Community also helps its members fine-tune their leadership skills by providing leadership retreats and workshop series. Apart from the university and the councils providing leadership opportunities to the membership, the organizations’ national board also provides internships, scholarships, and leadership experiences.
Most importantly, the bonds that will form and memories that will be created is what usually separate Omega Delta Phi from other college organizations.
Does being a Brother take a lot of time?
Participating in any worthwhile activity always requires an investment of one’s time. Research has shown that college students who are active in extracurricular activities are more likely to graduate and report greater satisfaction with their college experience. Through your potential fraternal involvement, you will learn how to balance your academic, work, campus involvement, and social commitments.
To become a member of Omega Delta Phi, one must:
- Be a full time male student in good academic standing with the university.
- Posses a minimum 2.5 collegiate GPA.
- Not have previously completed pledging for any other fraternity.
- Have been given a formal bid.
- Participate in the fraternity’s intake process.