Your son is interested in joining a fraternity, but you may be hesitant to grant him your blessing. Believe us, you're not the first parent who has some concerns about Greek life, but please continue reading this page for more information. If you already know about Greek life but have some questions about us head on over to our FAQ's page to see if we have answered them.


One of the most obvious stereotypes about joining a fraternity is that they throw academics into the wind for the sake of having a good time, generally partying. This is not the case for our chapter at all. We take pride in our academics as well as extending the assisting hand, often by means of community service projects.


Any university has a GPA requirement to be enrolled in it, Theta Chi has something similar to become a member. The best part about our requirement is that it is higher than Bradley University requirement to remain a student. This proves that we don't just take any man that walks our way. To join Theta Chi and remain active you need to be above and beyond what the university requires. In addition, Theta Chi has been ranked in the top three GPAs of Bradley's fraternities the past four terms in a row. The maxim of Theta Chi Fraternity is "Alma Mater First and Theta Chi for Alma Mater", which means that anything school related such as homework, studying, classes, etc. all come first before anything fraternity related. Best of all to further enforce the goal of achieving academic excellence Theta Chi Fraternity has scholarships that undergraduate Brothers can apply for.


If you still have any questions or concerns, by all means please get in contact with us. We're more than happy to answer any questions that you may have. No question is too small or insignificant. We can certainly get you in contact with the correct person to talk to about your questions.
Be sure to check out our FAQ page to see if we've already answered your questions ahead of time.