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5th Annual Scholarship Scramble is now open for registration!

Brothers,

The 5th annual Delta Chi Scholarship Scramble is now open for booking your two-some. Remember this is a two man scramble with your cart partner going off hole #1 at Francis Gross National GC in Minneapolis on August 17th, 2013 at noon sharp.

There will be a long drive, closest to the pin, mulligan, and other games on the course included with your players card. They will be available at the event for only $30, your golf and 1/2 a cart runs roughly $50.

Last years winning pair finished at only a couple under so you don’t have to be an excellant golfer to compete in this tournament! And of course all funds raised to go a good cause, The Twin Cities Delta Chi Scholarship fund! Contact us today and reserve your time slot!

Twin Cities Delta Chi networking / mentor program a huge success!

I wanted to thank all of the alumni who were able to attend our first ever career/networking event for the active chapter. The event was a huge success. All of the active members who participated were very appreciative to have all of you give your time for them. They all came away with a new connection or piece of advice.

I plan to hold the next event in the fall before the students start applying for summer internships. If you have any suggestions for the next event, please let me know! One suggestion so far is to have a short speaker on a relevant topic (i.e. networking, internships, interviewing, etc.). I hope to make this the bigger of the two every year as a kick off to the school year and I hope to see you all there!

Contact us if you wish to sign up or get involved!

Nolan Anderson wins “The 2012 Greek Male of the Year” at U of MN

Nolan AndersonWe would like to congratulate former President of the Delta Chi Fraternity Minnesota Chapter, Brother Nolan Anderson, for winning The 2012 Greek Male of the Year because of his character, leadership, and the values he exhibits as both a Delta Chi and Greek member. He won out of 3 finalists chosen from the entire U of M Greek community. Congratulations again Brother!