On behalf of Theta Chi Fraternity, let us welcome you to Bradley University. Bradley offers a wide variety of clubs and fraternities on campus which, at times, can seem overwhelming to get the most out of your Bradley experience. 35% of undergraduates are part of Greek life at Bradley. Greek members are always trying to get more involved on campus, and being apart of a fraternity can help you network with your fellow peers on Bradley's Campus.
Are you interested in becoming a better man? Do you have a passion for impacting and helping those around you? Are you looking for more than just a college degree at Bradley University? Then Theta Chi Fraternity might be the right chapter for you.
Our chapter members come together often and spend time together, getting to know each other well, and having a great time. We organize events that we call ‘brotherhood’ events. These range from going to the movies, taking road trips, Bradley University sporting events and bowling with one another. In addition to this, our brothers are highly involved in intramural sports, which provides a great recreation opportunity for our members to participate in together.
While we always have a good time with the other brothers in the chapter, some of the most fun events we have are with other Greek houses at Bradley University. We have a variety of social events with other fraternities and sororities in the Greek community throughout the year. Not only are these a lot of fun, but they are a great way to meet people outside of Theta Chi.
While we are involved on campus, we still do our best to be involved within the Greek community outside of Theta Chi. We know involvement in the Greek community is for the greater good of the Greek system and a great way to project a positive image of our chapter. We have members who have served on Inter Fraternity Council and Order of Omega. We also have members who have volunteered for various Greek community events. With this involvement, we hope to help keep Bradley University as one of the top Greek communities in the country.
“Alma Mater First, and Theta Chi for Alma Mater.” This is the maxim of Theta Chi Fraternity, and states that we put our academics and loyalty to our university above Theta Chi Fraternity. We all joined Theta Chi to enhance our college experience, but we must remember the reason we are here: to earn a college degree. That being said, our chapter puts a big stress on academics and does our best to put members in a position to succeed in the classroom.