Theta Chi announces top recruiters

Posted by: The Holland Report  | Monday, September 12, 2011 7:00 am

Theta Chi is pleased to announce the recipients of the James M. Holland, Phil S. Randall and Henry B. Hersey awards—these awards were created to recognize and honor the Fraternity’s top recruiting chapters for the previous academic year: 

James M. Holland Award
Presented to the chapter that initiates the most new members 

  • Winner: Tau/Florida—55 initiates 
  • First runner-up: Iota Theta/Central Florida—52 initiates 
  • Second runner-up: Gamma Rho/Florida State—49 initiates 

Phil S. Randall Success in Recruitment Award
Presented to chapters that initiate 25 or more new members during the previous academic year 

  • Iota/Colgate—25 initiates 
  • Rho/Illinois—25 initiates 
  • Tau/Florida—55 initiates 
  • Phi/North Dakota State—27 initiates 
  • Chi/Auburn—27 initiates 
  • Alpha Gamma/Michigan—31 initiates 
  • Alpha Iota/Indiana—38 initiates 
  • Alpha Nu/Georgia Tech—31 initiates 
  • Alpha Omicron/Washington State—30 initiates 
  • Alpha Phi/Alabama—39 initiates 
  • Beta Delta/Rutgers—36 initiates 
  • Gamma Kappa/Miami (Ohio)—32 initiates 
  • Gamma Rho/Florida State—49 initiates 
  • Delta Mu/Texas—28 initiates 
  • Delta Upsilon/Arizona State—28 initiates 
  • Eta Omega/Chico State—26 initiates 
  • Theta Epsilon/Kennesaw State— 41 initiates 
  • Theta Iota/UC-Santa Cruz—28 initiates 
  • Iota Beta/Missouri State—39 initiates 
  • Iota Theta/Central Florida—53 initiates 
  • Iota Mu/Missouri—33 initiates 

Henry B. Hersey Significant Increase in Membership Award
Presented to the chapter that demonstrates the greatest overall percent increase in membership 

  • Winner: Delta Mu/Texas—7 members in 2010 to 21 in 2011 (200 percent increase) 
  • Honorable mention: Theta Epsilon/Kennesaw State—27 members in 2010 to 61 in 2011 (126 percent increase)

Winners were determined based on the number of paid initiates reported to the International Headquarters as of April 10, 2011. All active chapters are eligible for consideration for one or more of these honors. Congratulations, brothers!