Chi Phi

Fraternities

Description

The Chi Phi Fraternity is the oldest American college social fraternity, originally founded on December 24, 1824. Chi Phi boasts a national network of over 2,300 undergraduates and over 45,000 Alumni that work to instill a common set of values among worthy university men across the country and improve not only their undergraduate experience, but provide positive experiences that they will carry with them throughout their lives. Chi Phi at Iowa State University was founded in the Fall of 2015, and is growing quickly. The men of our fraternity have been tasked with creating many of the fundamentals of the fraternity.

Affiliations

This organization has no affiliations.

Constitution / Tier

File IAStatePlaceholder.pdf
Tier Student Organization - Registered

Membership Information

Student Members 21
ISU Members 2
Non-ISU Members 1
Allowed Members Undergraduate Men of Iowa State University
Allowed Officers All members are eligible to hold an officer position
Membership Qualifications Male, full-time undergraduate student at Iowa State University
Membership Restrictions You must be a male student of Iowa State University registered as a full-time undergraduate student.
Elections/Selection Annually in November
Meetings Meetings will be held weekly.

Description of Regular Meetings/Activities

Chi Phi holds weekly chapter meetings. In addition, the fraternity has a calendar of events that includes but, is not limited to, community service, philanthropy awareness, brotherhoods, socials and leadership development.

Description of Special Events

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