Recognized Chapters > Theta Chi

Mission Statement

Theta Chi is the fraternity of balanced men who exemplify scholarship, service, leadership, and above all else, brotherhood.

Founded on the principle of friendship through the mutual assistance of every member, Theta Chi aims to provide its members with an enjoyable and fulfilling collegiate experience that also prepares them for rewarding, successful lives after graduation.

Theta Chi focuses our time on developing resolute men, giving students tools to be successful in classes and in the working world. Academic achievement, involvement on campus, and forming a close brotherhood are all aspects of preparing members to reach graduation, and successfully find careers afterwards.

At CSU we provide our members with opportunities to volunteer around Fort Collins, to fundraise for our national philanthropy (USO), and foster an environment in which connections with other members of Greek life can be formed. All of these experiences, paired with our fraternity’s focus on academic success, foster personal growth.

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Chapter Information
Chapter Designation
Delta Eta
Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Commonly Known As
Theta Chi
(Inter)national Founding Date
April 10, 1856
Elevation/Officer Election Cycle
Calendar Year
Social Media
Membership Information
Active Members
Inactive Members
New Members
% in Other Orgs.
Chapter GPA
Active Member GPA
New Member GPA
Community Service & Philantrhopy
Philanthropic Cause/Partner
Hours Served
Dollars Raised
Additional Philanthropic Work
No additional philanthropic work on record.
Awards & Recognition
(Inter)national Awards
  • Theta Chi USO: Project Red Service Award (2022)



Campus Awards
Other Awards
No awards on record.
Standing & Conduct History
Elevation Accreditation Standing
University Conduct Standing
Good Standing
University Conduct Incidents
Incident Record #1
Date of Incident:
Reported to the Institution:
Investigation Initiated:
Organization Charged:
Incident Description:

A non-affiliated individual became overly intoxicated while inside a fraternity-sponsored party. Ultimately, they were transported to the hospital due to overconsumption of alcohol. The event was not registered with the Interfraternity Council.

  • Abusive Behavior: Physical abuse including (but not limited to) inflicting or threatening bodily harm upon any person or animal, or acting in a manner that creates a risk of bodily harm to any person, including oneself, or an animal.
  • Disruptive Behavior: Engaging in behavior that disrupts or interferes with teaching, classroom, or other educational interactions, residential communities, research, administration, governmental functions, or disciplinary proceedings.
  • Misuse of Alcohol: Use or possession of alcohol as prohibited by law or University policy.
  • Misuse of Alcohol: Manufacturing or distribution of alcohol as prohibited by law or University
  • Misuse of Alcohol: Excessive use of alcohol resulting in a state of intoxication that endangers oneself or others.
  • General Disciplinary Probation through 12/11/2020
  • Formal event plan developed in conjunction with OFSL staff
  • Review of risk management and event policies, including a compare and contrast between the Joint Policy on Risk Management and Theta Chi risk management policies
    • Includes a presentation to chapter membership on these topics with 80% of the chapter in attendance
  • Social event restriction until risk management and event plan are completed
Fraternity & Sorority Community Policy Violations
Violation Record #1
Validation Type:
IFC Judicial Board
Date of Incident:
Organization Charged:
Incident Description:

Women were present at chapter’s recruitment event.


IFC Recruitment Rules

  • Section 1.03 Recruitment Rules and General Expectations: Women are not to be present at recruitment activities and will not participate in active recruiting for any chapters.
  • Eighty percent of the chapter will attend the spring 23 IFC recruitment compliance roundtable
  • All large-scale recruitment events in spring 2023 must be conducted on campus