On Sunday April 23, Phi Delta Theta colonized the 25-member Florida Omicron Colony at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida after weeks of recruitment and development from Leadership Consultants Nick Liberator and Justin Letcher. University officials, members of the colony advisory board, local alumni, and Phis from Florida International University welcomed the colony members to the Greek community.
President of the Florida Omicron Colony Malique Elder provided these words during the ceremony to inspire his new brothers. “I believe a wave of change is about to hit the Greek community at Nova Southeastern University. Not only is this group of gentlemen going to redefine what it means to be a fraternity man on this campus, but we’re also going to be the source of higher learning, friendship, and moral rectitude for those who wish to propel themselves past their perceived barriers and limitations. I’m excited for what’s to come. I know the Phi Delt impact here will last for generations, and we’re prepared to start building that legacy.”
Samantha Yorke, Assistant Director of the Office of Undergraduate Student Success and CAB Chairman, expressed her excitement for the group stating, “The men representing Phi Delta Theta at NSU bring unique, vibrant qualities to the brotherhood; I am certain that they will continue building on their foundation of leadership and excellence.”
The Florida Omicron Colony has a bright future and is excited to join the Greek community at Nova Southeastern University. The colony members would like to thank Province President Dan McHenry for presiding over the ceremony and would like to express great appreciation to the committed alumni and faculty involved for their excitement and support.