Theta Chi at USF
"Here at USF, Theta Chi is committed to excellence within the greek community and externally. The Iota Nu chapter has always been about bettering ourselves and the communities we are in. Our partnership with Shriners Hospital for Children is a prime example of how we do our best at providing "An Assisting Hand" to those around us, not just fellow Greeks. That being said, the Iota Nu chapter is highly involved within the Greek community, participating in many of the other organizations' phillanthropies and supporting others in all their endeavors to better our country and our fellow-man. To join the Iota Nu Chapter would be a great way for one to better themselves and those around them with our philanthropy, service, brotherhood, and leadership opportunities."
-Conner Bosch, 118 Eta Class
on the Iota Nu Chapter of Theta Chi
"Earning your letters means that you have proven to your brothers and yourself that you are strong enough, motivated enough, and knowledgable enough to not only proudly carry our name but our values as well. It means you are ready to extend the helping hand, not only to your brothers, but to the world around you. It means you are ready to not only support the organization but to make it a force to be reckoned with. It means you are ready to be a gentleman of Theta Chi."
-Jack Parks, 101 Epsilon Class
on the Letters of Theta Chi
"Theta Chi’s maxim is, 'Alma mater first, Theta Chi for Alma Mater,' which expresses our commitment to scholastic achievement. Between all the exciting social endeavors at your very fingertips, we always remember that we are here at USF to get a good education. With brothers at all different stages of their college careers, there is always a brother who has taken classes you are taking and can help you with any subject that might be difficult. We are committed to maintaining a strong chapter GPA and continuously helping each other succeed."
-Evan Rush, 127 Eta Class
on the Maxim of Theta Chi