INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA | Aug 27, 2018 – Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity is proud to announce the re-chartering of its Iowa Delta Chapter at The University of Iowa. The Colony’s Installation Ceremony is set for Saturday, September 29th.
The decision was made official on August 23rd, as the 75% minimum of required ballots came from the Fraternity’s governing bodies, including Chapters and the Board of Trustees. Iowa Delta returns to Chartered status after going inactive in 2007. Since then, the members have worked tirelessly to rebuild the organizational culture to positively reflect the values, mission and vision of Phi Kappa Theta. In 2017, Iowa Delta organized its first annual Flapjacks with the Phi Kaps and joined other on-campus organizations in Dance Marathon – both supporting The Children’s Miracle Network. Iowa Delta has a standing size of twenty-eight members and expects to see continued growth in years to come. Congratulations to these men for their hard work and dedication.
Phi Kappa Theta is a national fraternity that fosters five areas of development within its membership: leadership, fraternal, intellectual, social, and spiritual. Currently, the Fraternity has 37 active chapters. The mission of Phi Kappa Theta is to actively develop men to be effective leaders who passionately serve society, Fraternity and God.