Members of the all men’s Fraternity Delta Tau Delta colonized on March 2nd at Lindenwood University.
The fraternity is seeking men who are interested in leadership and establishing Delta Tau Delta at Lindenwood University.
General mission of Delta Tau Delta: The Mission and Values of the Fraternity are a public representation of our core values contained within our Ritual. Our mission is simple but straightforward, "Committed to Lives of Excellence." Our members should be committed to living lives that reflect themselves, the Fraternity, and every part of their being to a level of excellence. We as a Fraternity are dedicated to helping men achieve this level of excellence in their own lives.
Please contact Trent Smith, at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you would like more information about the responsibilities and benefits of being a Delt.
Alpha Sigma Phi-Epsilon Beta Chapter
Do you have what it takes to align yourself to the national fraternity that has housed such great men as Warren Buffett, C. Everett Koop, Vincent Price, and Willard Scott?
Founded in 1997 by then Lindenwood football player Shawn Worman, the Epsilon Beta chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi men’s fraternity has striven for years to be the organization of choice for motivated students. Our organization has been credited with several events over the years, including, but not limited to, the Susan G. Koemen Rest for Breasts campaign, the Livestrong Foundation Bike for Life campaign, LU Palooza, and many more. We occupy the bottom floor of Guffey Hall, which not only houses most of our active chapter, but also a luxurious chapter room. We urge you to make the right choice the Alpha Sig choice.
The three-fold mission of Phi Lambda Phi is first to attract quality minded undergraduate men who will continue the fraternity-for -life concept that makes our history rich, second to offer an organization where the membership develops and the organization prospers by promoting high standards of scholastic achievement, personal development, citizenship and social responsibility, and third to retain members’ interest and support in order to grow an active alumni network.