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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
University of Illinois Chapter Closure
August 31, 2017
Neptune, New Jersey
The Alpha Chi Rho National Council voted and approved to close the Phi Kappa Chapter on the University of Illinois campus at the end of the spring 2017 term. Over the last three years, the primary goal was to regain recognition from the Interfraternity Council and University. The lack of progress towards that goal precipitated the decision to close the Chapter.
The Phi Kappa Chapter was chartered in May of 1916. We are committed to returning to the University of Illinois Greek community at some point in the future. We look forward to partnering with the Greek Life office and the members of the Greek Community.
We will be seeking men of Character, Honor, and Integrity who identify with our values and ideals towards academics, community service, leadership, and social responsibility.
All further inquiries should be directed to the National Headquarters at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alpha Chi Rho is a national men’s collegiate fraternity whose purpose is to enhance the lifelong intellectual, moral and social development of our members. Through our Landmarks and Principles, the Fraternity aims to provide an experience that “Cultivates Men of Word and Deed”. Character, Honor and Integrity are attributes that are deeply enhanced by the leadership opportunities, resources and experiences that the organization provides its members.