Scholarship Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. Chi Theta Chapter P.O. Box 6028 Tallahassee, Fl 32314 email@example.com 2008 National Marchdown Champions 2008 Florida Undergraduate Chapter of the Year â€œRemembering Our PURPOSE to work towards a better Futureâ€?
Basileus: Walter Small Vice-Basileus Caleb Fils-Aime Keeper of Records and Seal: Akeem Davis Keeper of Finance: Brandon Meeks Chaplain: Josny Thimothee Keeper of Peace: Quentin Canty Chapter Reporter: Johnny C. Darrisaw II Immediate Past Basileus Stephen Jackson Graduate & Faculty Advisor: E. Newton Jackson Ph.D
Brief History of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. the Mighty Mighty Chi Theta Chapter On Friday evening, November 17, 1911, three Howard University undergraduate students, with the assistance of their faculty adviser, gave birth to the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. This event occurred in the office of biology Professor Ernest E. Just, the faculty adviser, in the Science Hall (now known as Thirkield Hall). The three liberal arts students were Edgar A. Love, Oscar J. Cooper and Frank Coleman. From the initials of the Greek phrase meaning "friendship is essential to the soul," the name Omega Psi Phi was derived. The phrase was selected as the motto. Manhood, Scholarship, Perseverance and Uplift were adopted as cardinal principles. A decision was made regarding the design for the pin and emblem, and thus ended the first meeting of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. In the Fall of 1967, nine men came together to establish their unity as African-American at Florida State University, a predominately white school. These strong young men wanted to form a group that would exemplify their bond on campus. After much deliberation, they decided it would be best to become an extension of a powerful movement that was already in progress and that movement was Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Incorporated. With the guidance of the Chi Omega and Upsilon Psi chapters, Chi Theta chapter was born. As a result of their undying patience, love, time, and affection, The Chi Theta chapter was the first black Greek organization at Florida State University. This was a major step for the university and Omega, as this served as a gateway for other African-American fraternities and sororities to develop at FSU. Officially chartered on August 1, 1970, these distinguished men that formed Chi Theta's were dubbed "The Super Fine Nine". Since Chi Theta's inception, the morals and ideals of Omega has been instilled in all that followed these pioneers of truth and justice. The chapter strived to perpetuate the standards set by our four founding fathers by participating in Achievement Week, Social Action, Talent Hunt, Scholarship Attainment and other key community projects. The members of Chi Theta have continued to spread Omega's influence in the surrounding communities and on campus. Omega Men are consistently involved in activities that mold the climate of the campus such as student government being elected to senate positions, as well as the President's Committee. Most importantly, Omega Men have always taken a strong and active role in the Black Student Union which serves as the centerpiece of African-American affairs on campus.
With now 35 years of hard work and due diligence, Chi Theta has been awarded the highest honor by the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Incorporated by being named the National Undergraduate Chapter of the Year for 2002, 2003, and 2004. Chi Theta will continue to the utmost to exemplify our four cardinal principles of MANHOOD, SCHOLARSHIP, PERSEVERANCE, AND UPLIFT. Uplift
Miss Omega Psi Phi Scholarship Pageant Application Name: ___________________________ (Last)
Classification: _____________________ GPA: __________________ Hometown: _______________________________________________________________________ Phone Number: ____________________________________________________________________ E-mail: ___________________________________________________________________________ Please attach a copy of your resume and unofficial transcript to this application. Also, below are questions that you will need to answer, which will in return help the Brothers of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. the Mighty Mighty Chi Theta Chapter better understand you as a person and candidate for Miss Omega Psi Phi 2010-2011.
1. Why do you want to become the next Miss Omega?
2. The motto of our fraternity is â€œFriendship is Essential to the Soul,â€? how can you apply our motto to your everyday life?
3. What has been your greatest accomplishment in life and/or here at Florida State University?
4. (Optional) Which do you prefer, Omega Man or Que Dawg? Why?
Applications are due by Wednesday, January 6th, 2010. Applications can be turned in at our table in the union, via email firstname.lastname@example.org or at our fraternity house 506 Airport Drive Tallahassee, Florida 32304. For more information contact Brothers Josny Thimothee 786.439.5987, Johnny C. Darrisaw II 786.597.7031 or Eric Walton 954.616.9046
Miss Omega Psi Phi’s Royal Court Miss Omega Psi Phi The title holder will extensively and actively work alongside the men of the Mighty Mighty Chi Theta Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. She we work to ensure that a strong and effective force of manhood, scholarship, perseverance and uplift is present amongst the students of Florida State University’s campus as well as the Tallahassee community as a whole. Regularly making appearances at scheduled events such as social actions, socials, banquets and intramural games is required as well as expected.
Miss Chi Theta The title holder is responsible for assisting the Brothers within our Chapter in ensuring that the needs of the students of FSU are met through active programming. Actively assisting with the publicity and knowledge of the Chi Theta’s accomplishments and events will be a necessity and expectation. Moreover, appearances and responsibilities will be shared with Miss Omega Psi Phi.
Miss Purple and Gold The contestant who throughout the competition sells the most ads and fundraises the most will be crowned at our Purple Passion Scholarship Banquet. Furthermore, as a result of raising the most funds, this contestant will receive other awards for her contributions.
Miss “QUE’geniality The contestant who throughout the competition showcases and exemplifies Style, Soul, Grace and Expression in all categories thus will be crowned the Viewer’s Choice. Also displaying sportsmanship through displaying our fraternity’s’ motto: “Friendship is Essential to the Soul”, the audience at the actual pageant will vote for this contestant.