Rush Theta Chi

Why Rush Theta Chi?

At Iota Omicron, we aim to identify men of character. We look for young men who possess particular morals and values that we believe will be conducive to our success as a fraternity. Members of Iota Omicron are expected to shine in the categories of academics, leadership, sociability and philanthropy. Therefore, our objective is to recruit individuals who hold similar beliefs. In doing so, we aim to build a strong and active brotherhood here at Florida International University, a brotherhood that aids in the quality of an undergraduate experience. Recruitment occurs year-round with specific recruitment events being held in the summer and at the beginning of each semester.

How do I join Theta Chi Fraternity?

Joining Theta Chi is simple. Recruitment week is a time for FIU students to learn more about the fraternities. After recruitment week, a new member process begins, during which an interested student learns more about the fraternity. The final step is initiation, the process by which a person is officially inducted into the fraternity. Hazing is strictly prohibited by the Theta Chi International Headquarters and is NOT a part of our initiation process.

What does it mean to be a Theta Chi member?

You’ll instantly be connected to over 200 men from FIU and thousands of other brothers across the nation. You’ll be able to participate in the countless social functions and philanthropy events that Theta Chi organizes, often in cooperation with sororities and other student organizations. You’ll make life-long friends and meet Theta Chi alumni, who are often an excellent resource for employment following your college years. Being a Theta Chi means being something greater!

Zero tolerance for hazing.

The Theta Chi Fraternity does NOT tolerate hazing by any group or individual affiliated with the chapter. Hazing is defined as any action taken or situation created intentionally, whether on or off campus or fraternity premises, that produces mental or physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment or ridicule. Hazing is not limited to new member activities but extends to all aspects of chapter activities.

What we do for the community:
  • Roarthon (Dance Marathon)

  • Relay for Life

  • Homecoming Council

  • Student Government Association

  • Alternative Breaks

  • Peer Advisor

  • Panther Camp Facilitator

  • 9/11 Day of Service

  • MLK Day of Service

  • And much more. . .

What we do for fun:
  • Social Exchanges

  • Night Formal Dinners

  • Semi-Formals

  • Date Dashes

  • Homecoming

  • Intramural Sports

  • Brotherhood Trips

  • Trips to National Conventions

  • And much more. . .

Recruitment Interest Forum

If you have any questions or concerns for us, please fill out the form below and we will respond to you at our earliest convenience.

“From the outside looking in, you can never understand it;

From the inside looking out you can never explain it…”