UVA Reorganization Underway
The Reorganization of the VA Omega Alpha chapter at the University of Virginia is going strong. Director of Expansion, Ian Lowe, has been on grounds recruiting undergrads who live the principles and values of Pi Lambda Phi. Every man who chooses to be part of this Founding Father class must have a GPA of 2.75 or above, be active with other student organizations, commit to at least 15 hours of community service per semester, and practice the values of tolerance and understanding of others.
The UVA newspaper The Cavalier Daily recently published Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity seeks IFC Readmission
The VA Omega Alpha chapter was chartered in 1932 and was very successful until WWII depleted the number of students attending all Universities. The chapter was recolonized in 1966. The colony faced a difficult battle to be chartered because they had the first African American member to join an NIC Fraternity at UVA. The chapter was chartered in 1969 and has over 680 members.
To discover more about the history of the VA Omega Alpha chapter, and recruitment information visit www.pilam-uva.com