History of Epsilon Omega

Epsilon Omega was originally founded on May 17, 1969. There were 28 founding fathers. The Delts stayed on the Georgia Southern campus until Spring of 2001. On March 3, 2006, 28 men were selected to be Founding Fathers of the New Epsilon Omega Colony. Out of 28, only 18 of the founding fathers returned the following fall semester for the Colony Active Ceremony that was held on August 18, 2006.

On April 14, 2007, 43 brothers were initiated as Epsilon Omega got their charter. Since the chartering, Delta Tau Delta has been a strong fraternity and organization on campus and nationally 

The chapter has received honors such as:

-IFC Fraternity of the Year

-Best Academics

-Best Community Service

-Best New Member Program

-Georgia Southern Univerity Best Large Student Organization

-Hugh Shields Award (The highest honor the National fraternity can bestow upon a chapter).

 

The Delts have also established notable philanthropy events with various sororities on campus. For example, the Delts and the sisters of Alpha Delta Pi sorority host "Smoke Out for Lung Cancer" in the Spring semester, which is a BBQ plate dinner that benefits Lung Cancer research.