The Oklahoma Epsilon Colony at the University Central Oklahoma was officially inducted into Phi Delta Theta on Thursday, October 10. Expansion Consultants Max Hull and Devin Thornton arrived on campus at the beginning of the school year and have spent the last eight weeks spearheading the recruitment efforts that have brought these men to the start of their journey with Phi Delta Theta. In addition to the founding undergraduate members, nine alumni were recruited to advise the group. Throughout the recruitment effort, UCO campus professionals provided wonderful guidance and support that translated into a successful foundation for Phi Delta Theta.
“This group is one that has truly taken the challenge to peruse becoming the greatest versions of themselves, and they understand that through that pursuit, their success is inevitable. I have nothing but confidence in this group and cannot wait to see what the future holds for these young men during their time in Phi Delta Theta,” said Expansion Consultant Devin Thornton.
During their founding fathers retreat, the men of Oklahoma Epsilon created their vision statement: “We, as brothers, will set the gold standard for fraternity life through quality leadership and strong integrity by committing to the success of our community and ourselves.” This statement, along with the strategic plan also established during their retreat, will lay the foundation for their future success at the University of Central Oklahoma.
“These men have challenged me and made me a better person through the time we have spent together. When you take a step back and think of qualities relating to unique and quality leadership, they exemplify it. They continue to challenge themselves, and more importantly, the status quo of what it means to be a fraternity man. I’m proud of how far they’ve came already. Onward, Oklahoma Epsilon,” said Senior Expansion Consultant Max Hull.
Congratulations to the men of Oklahoma Epsilon. We know that greatness is in your future!
The University of Central Oklahoma is a public university in Edmond, Oklahoma. The university is the third largest in Oklahoma with more than 17,000 students. Fraternity and sorority life is quickly growing at the University of Central Oklahoma with the campus currently having nine fraternities and six sororities. With the addition of Oklahoma Epsilon, Phi Delta Theta currently has four active chapters and colonies in Oklahoma.