The past several months, we have all been inundated with information on COVID-19 (coronavirus) and its global and domestic impact. On behalf of the Grand Council and National Office, please know that Chi Phi is committed to supporting our members and Chapters throughout this time.
One member said that the 2020 RLA “was a great experience that allowed me to meet brothers from different chapters and learn more about the Chi Phi Fraternity,” while another described it as “a great way to learn about the fraternity and further build myself into a better man.”
On January 11, 2020, the Grand Council of the Chi Phi Fraternity announced the temporary suspension of the Alpha-Tau Chapter at the University of Michigan for a period of four years. The suspension took effect immediately and all undergraduate members of the Chapter were placed on alumni status.
The Chi Phi Fraternity is excited to announce that an undertaking by Grand Delta David J. Ebner, Delta Zeta 2008, has met with fruitful results. Brother Ebner has worked diligently to partner with corporations across the country to become our Fraternity’s preferred vendors in an ongoing effort to increase non-dues revenue.
Brothers, Friends, and parents of members at Central Michigan University came together at Mt. Pleasant on November 9 to celebrate the success of our men on campus as the former CMU Colony became the Tau Theta Chapter, joining the Chi Phi Fraternity as our fifty-second active, Chartered Chapter.
This fall has been a busy time for the Fraternity with expansion opportunities at two major campuses, the University of Texas and the University of Tampa. As they work to establish their mission, vision, and goals for the coming years, Chi Phi is built for success with Brothers on both campuses.
We are reprinting our Three Star Book, also known as the Custom Book, and you have the unique opportunity to be a part of our Chi Phi history!
After an incident at Penn State University, the Chi Phi Fraternity’s prayers are with this young man’s family and friends during this incredibly difficult time. While the incident at an off-campus residence was not part of fraternity activities, we will monitor the investigation by the university and local officials.
The Grand Council of the Chi Phi Fraternity voted unanimously to adopt the Fraternity’s new Good Samaritan Policy. This Policy is that of the National Fraternity for its members and Chapters. Members should familiarize themselves with other Good Samaritan Policies that may apply to them from their IFC, school, state, and other applicable entities.