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Delta Omega Epsilon

Delta Omega Epsilon
ΔΩΕ
Founded April 15, 1985 (1985-04-15)
College of Staten Island
Type Social
Emphasis To encourage and assist the academic progress of fraternity brothers.
Scope Regional
New York
Connecticut
Motto "A brotherhood, something that reaches beyond that of a friendship"
Slogan The Smooth Brothers of Delta Omega Epsilon
Colors

     Black

     Silver
Symbol Phoenix
Chapters 7+
Members 500+ collegiate
Nicknames Smooth Deltas, DOE Boys
Headquarters New York, New York, USA
Homepage http://deltaomegaepsiloninc.com

The Fraternity of Delta Omega Epsilon (ΔΩΕ; official name Delta Omega Epsilon Incorporated) was founded on April 15, 1985 at the campus of sorority should be broken off called Sigma Omega Epsilon. Delta Omega Epsilon was established to form a brotherhood, something that reaches beyond that of a friendship. On Feb 10th, 2011 Delta Omega Epsilon officially became incorporated.

Symbols

The official symbol of the fraternity is the Phoenix symbolizing rebirth. The colors of the fraternity are black and silver.[3]

Goals

  • To encourage and assist the academic progress of fraternity brothers.
  • To provide free tutorial and counseling to fraternity brothers.
  • To give a sense of brotherhood and while attending School.
  • To provide students with an opportunity for a business like experience in a fraternity corporation.

Their motto's include:

  • "A brotherhood, something that reaches beyond that of a friendship"
  • Would you rather be in a national fraternity with 50,000 members? Where you only know your chapter or would you rather be in a Fraternity where you know everyone from 1985–Present?

Chapters

List of chapters [4]

Chapter School Year Established
Alpha The College of Staten Island (CSI) 1985
Beta State University of New York at Delhi 1995
Gamma State University of New York at Oneonta. 1996
Delta State University of New York at Cobleskill 1998
Epsilon State University of New York at Morrisville 2002
Zeta State University of New York Institute of Technology at Utica 2004
Eta City University of New York / York College. 2011
Theta State University of New York at Canton 2012
Iota Housatonic Community College (HCC) 2013

References

  1. ^ http://www.scholarships4students.com/delta_omega_epsilon.htm
  2. ^ http://deltaomegaepsilon.com/main.htm
  3. ^ http://www.delhi.edu/campus_life/student_activities/greek_life/DOE.php
  4. ^ http://deltaomegaepsiloninc.wix.com/deltaomegaepsiloninc#!chapters/cee5
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