Theta Chi at Georgia prides itself on its academics, its philanthropy, and its brotherhood. The central purpose of our chapter is to form a bond between our brothers made to last far beyond graduation.


Our Values

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  • True Friendship; we extend an “Assisting Hand” to one another; we seek to exact harmony and prevent strife among our members
  • The primacy of Alma Mater; we are loyal students and alumni for life
  • The promotion of knowledge and the advancement of culture
  • The virtues of Truth-Temperance-Tolerance
  • The usefulness of our Fraternity; we seek the mutual benefit and improvement of all our members and strive to serve our country and our fellow man

Our Traditions

The iconic uga arch: wisdom, justice, and moderation

Theta Chi at Georgia prides itself on our maxim, "Alma Mater first and Theta Chi for Alma Mater." Our brothers are active members of the Athens community, both in volunteer work and their active participation in clubs and organizations on campus.

Our chapter has a busy social calendar with plenty of events for brothers to meet people on campus and enjoy a complete college experience.

The main purpose for attending the University of Georgia is to earn a degree, and ensuring our brothers are successful in achieving this goal is of the utmost importance. We ensure high academic standards are maintained, and our vast alumni network connects our active brothers with professionals who assist in putting a student's degree to use.

Our Events

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Each academic year our chapter has a full social calendar, which ranges from tailgates at the fraternity house for every home football game to an annual Red Carnation Ball that is held during the spring semester in different cities across the Southeast. We hold various date nights and socials including Atlanta Hawks, Braves, and Falcons games, rodeos, and other events throughout the Athens & Atlanta areas.

Chapter members participate in a Mountain Weekend in the spring, where brothers are able to invite a date to spend a weekend in the Great Smoky Mountains.

Our annual band party, MooCoo Weekend, is held during the spring semester. MooCoo has played host to a wide variety of artists including Luke Bryan, Pretty Lights, Conspirator, Travis Porter, and Afroman.