Having just graduated the chapter’s largest class of Founding Fathers, Missouri Iota was in position to recruit the next generation of Phi Delts who would carry on the Fraternity’s legacy at Lindenwood University. Although Phi Delta Theta was the smallest fraternity on campus going into the fall semester with 20 members, the chapter was driven to work together in its recruitment efforts to find men who were dedicated to bettering themselves as students and leaders on campus.
After months of preparation and a special guest appearance from General Council President, Jeff Davis, Missouri Iota was extremely pleased with the outcome of their formal recruitment week as the chapter brought in 22 Phikeias. With this monumental recruitment class Missouri Iota not only doubled its chapter size, but it also set a new record for largest fraternity new member class in the school’s history.
Missouri Iota is very excited for the fall semester as they grow alongside their newest Phikeia class. The chapter is grateful for all of the support they have received from General Council President, Jeff Davis, Chapter Advisory Board Chairman, Roger Denny, and Lindenwood Greek Advisor, Christopher Miofsky, during their recruitment journey.