Photo from Fall 2016 Alumni Weekend tailgate
After only nine brief years, Theta Chi-Iota Mu has proven it's here to stay. Academic excellence, philanthropic service, and a thriving brotherhood are only part of what we've achieved at Mizzou.
"No matter our circumstance, every person is of a fraternity. There are different niches in life where we are most comfortable – an academic field, a sports field, our place of work, or in our homes – and within these niches are the people we care about the most. A fraternity is just that: a group of people brought together by a common bond. In our daily lives, we are members of something, befriended by someone. And that’s why I hold that we all, whether conscious of it or not, are members of a fraternity of some sort.
Here at the Iota Mu chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity, we are proud to exemplify a fraternity in its very best form. Since our establishment in 2009, we have grown exponentially thanks to the deep dedication of our brothers. As our alumni base has strengthened, our chapter has stayed committed to scholarship, philanthropy, and social development of our members throughout their academic careers. We pride ourselves on producing gentlemen in all walks of life, and excellence in all our endeavors.
It’s my pleasure to welcome you to this chapter at the University of Missouri, and I invite you to take a closer look at the fraternity our brothers warmly call home."
What We've Achieved
With a 3.170 Average GPA, Theta Chi placed sixth among fraternities at Mizzou for the 2016 Spring Semester, and well above the all-fraternity, all-male, and all-university averages.
Through our sponsorship of Miracle Child C-Rae, Theta Chi was the runner up for the 2016 MizzouThon Miracle Cup.
Working with our incredible sorority pairing, Kappa Delta , we placed Fourth in Homecoming in 2016.
In 2016, we raised nearly $4,000 to benefit the Ellis Fischel Cancer Center through our annual Bowling For Breast Cancer philanthropy.
One of our brothers, Tyler Easton, was a member of Greek Week Royalty in 2016, and was also named as one of 39 high-achieving students who make up the prestigious Mizzou '39.
Working with our beautiful sorority pairing, Alpha Chi Omega, we placed Third in Greek Week 2016.
In 2016, Theta Chi was Division IIa and IIb Soccer Champions.
Many members of Theta Chi are active in diverse campus organizations like Mizzou's prestigious secret societies and even the Mizzou Basketball Team.
In 2018, we tied for third nationally in USO Philanthropy hours (250), raising $11,000 in the process.