Top 10 reasons to join...
The Associate Member Program
Lambda Chi's alternative to pledging. The Associate Member Program consists of life-changing experiences unrivaled by any other fraternity. As an associate member, you will never be physically or verbally hazed, will not be asked to do anything a self-respecting man should not and would not do.
Lambda Chi is the most selective fraternity at OCU. When examining prospective members, we look at quality rather than quantity. This practice results in tighter friendships and a top-notch fraternity experience.
At Lambda Chi, we pride ourselves on providing the very best parties and social events on campus. Go ahead and ask around! You will find that Lambda Chi is truly the foremost contributor to student life at OCU.
White Rose Formal
Our formal, referred to as White Rose, is the very best fraternity formal at OCU. Each year it is held at a resort destination in Oklahoma or Texas. The weekend celebration exudes the epitome of class as we treat our dates to a truly special event.
Being initiated into the bond of Lambda Chi is a life-changing experience that will transform you from that moment forward. Our ritual is our final teaching which completes the Associate Member Program.
Lambda Chi wins or places in nearly every category of athletic competition we enter into. We have held the All-Sports intramural trophy for numerous years in a row and are the reigning Intramural Football champions. Our backyard is the perfect place to play sand volleyball or half-court basketball. Our fraternity also has league softball and indoor soccer teams.
Lambda Chi is known for its annual placing in OCU's homecoming competitions. We are the only organization other than Alpha Phi to win homecoming in the past 5 years and are the reigning homecoming champs from 2009! We have now won three of the past 5 years!
Lambda Chi is also known for outstanding service. In 2004-2005, we were named Habitat For Humanity's "Act! Speak! Build! Week" champions, donated $75 to World Neighbors for their annual Hunger Banquet, sent three brothers to Mexico for a week-long mission trip, volunteered hours at the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, adopted McKinley Park and raised over 500 pounds of food during "Can-N-Ball" philanthropy volleyball tournament. These efforts are in correlation with our attempts to develop servant leaders at OCU.
Lambda Chi at OCU has an extensive network of prestigious alums willing to help fellow brothers in their career goals. They include Herman Meinders, benefactor of OCU's business school, Vince Orza, dean of the Meinders School of Business and Craig Groeschel, founder of LIfeChurch.
The Lambda Chi house at OCU is the finest on campus. Located on the top of the hill, our residence includes a formal meeting room, kitchen, pool room, guest bathrooms, 11 bedrooms, The Pit with a 50 inch plasma TV, basketball court, sand volleyball pit, and the best place on earth to make life-lasting memories with your brothers...the front porch.