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Alumni Information

Roles of our Alumni

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Upon graduating from college, the Delta Chi experience remains far from over. As brothers enter the next phases of their lives, they take on the unique role of advising the chapter with their experience and expertise. An active alumnus works diligently to pass on the values of Delta Chi as exemplified in the cornerstone, the basic expectations, and ritual. 


Alumni may remain active, participating in chapter events and fundraisers, and maintaining a bond with brothers. Alumni are friends, mentors, and leaders. If you live in the area but were not part of the Omaha chapter, you are still welcome to connect with us! We would love to get to know you and for you to be an active part of our chapter.


There are many specific roles that can be held by Alumni. These roles include serving as “BB” (Chapter Advisor) or serving on the Alumni Board of Trustees (ABT). Our current ABT has several open positions, so if you are interested in joining or would like more information, please reach out to our Alumni Relations Secretary, Gavin Shea

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Alumni Rededication Ceremony

The Alumni Rededication Ceremony is a ritualistic ceremony that explains the transition from Active Member to Alumnus. This ceremony grants the participants an added layer of understanding into the values of Delta Chi. The ceremony serves two primary roles. The first role is to remind our members that they are still Delta Chis even after they leave school. The second goal is to remind and encourage alumni to be involved. (To be eligible to go through the ceremony, you must either be graduating within six months of the ceremony or have left college with no plans to return. If you are interested in participating in an Alumni Ceremony, please reach out to our Alumni Relations Secretary to know when the next ceremony is.)

“Delta Chi is not a weekend or once-a-year affair, but a lifelong opportunity and privilege.” – Albert Sullard Barnes

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