The Georgia Iota Colony at the University of North Georgia was formally inducted into Phi Delta Theta on Thursday, October 18. The initial interest group was started by a few men who gathered with a shared desire to create a new fraternity experience on campus. They reached out to Phi Delta Theta to share their goals, and the Fraternity allocated support to assist the group in becoming recognized as a colony.
Expansion Consultants Max Hull and Justin Holmes arrived on campus, to support the interest group and recruit additional men. Ever since their arrival on campus, they have been excited for what this group can become in Dahlonega, Georgia.
“The amount of discipline that this group exemplifies is second to none,” said Senior Expansion Consultant Justin Holmes.
During their Founding Fathers Retreat, the men of Georgia Iota created their vision statement – Phi Delta Theta strives to be the most respected fraternity while forging a brotherhood that will last a lifetime. The vision statement echoes a value that many of the young men hold dear themselves – respect. The high standard of character within the colony, backed by an infectious attitude to positively impact their community, will be great foundation for success.
“The energy and charisma of this group is infectious. They provide a positive light in their community and will be leaders forging a new precedent for leadership at North Georgia for years to come,” said Expansion Consultant Max Hull.
Congratulations to the men of Georgia Iota. We look forward to what you all accomplish!