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Omega Delta Phi

Nationally Founded: November 25, 1987
Founded at University of Idaho: 2006
Motto: " Crescit Eundo "
Flower: Silver Rose
Colors: Scarlet and Silver
Number of chapters nationally: 40 National Chapter and 13 Colonies
National headquarters location: Lubbock Texas

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Brotherhood Activities

Being a social/service oriented fraternity we do like our socials. In the past we have not only mingled with sororities from the University of Idaho but we have also made connections with the sororities at the University of Washington. These socials can consist of a bowling night, game night, a formal potluck, to playing sand volleyball or any other sport.

Academic/Scholarship Activities:

Academically one of the strongest in the Greek System.  In the fall of 2011 we ranked second among all Greeks with a 3.26 cumulative GPA. And in previous semesters we have been in the top five. We have a tier system for study table times that corresponds to the previous semesters GPA. We are also very competitive amongst ourselves often offering cash rewards to the brother with the highest GPA at the end of the Semester.

Community Service/Philanthropy Activities:

Our National Philanthropy is CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) which help children in the court system that are neglected and abused. They provide mentors for them that will stick with them until they find a suitable home. Omega Delta Phi at the University of Idaho has donated over $2500 dollars in the span of just three semesters by having our bi-annual brunch at St. Augustine’s. We also participate in the Vandal community tables, Volunteer for Jazz Festival and Saturday of Service events as well as help St. Augustine’s with any events going on at their respective times.

Social Activities

Being a social/service oriented fraternity we do like our socials. In the past we have not only mingled with sororities from the University of Idaho but we have also made connections with the sororities at the University of Washington. These socials can consist of a bowling night, game night, a formal potluck, to playing sand volleyball or any other sport.

Awards and Honors (campus & national)

We have been awarded the Academic Excellence award from The University of Idaho for attaining 3.38 GPA the highest in the Multicultural Greek Council in the fall of 2010. And the Academic improvement Award for the fall of 2010 as well.  We also had an Academic excellence Award from Nationals and an entity of the Region Award.