At Lindenwood University’s Leadership Awards on May 3, Missouri Iota was recognized for its Excellence in Recruitment after the recently installed chapter recruited 20 men during the Fall of 2015 prior to installation. This was the largest fall class at Lindenwood University since the Greek community originated at the University in 1992.
Matthew Stocker (pictured left), the current scholarship chairman for the chapter, won Outstanding New Member of the Year after he created Missouri Iota’s scholarship program that has helped Phi Delta Theta maintain the highest fraternity GPA since Missouri Iota was founded on campus in 2014.
In addition, Samuel Horstmeier (pictured middle), the first president of Missouri Iota, won President of the Year. Samuel was president throughout Phi Delta Theta’s time as an interest group and colony, leading Missouri Iota and its 43 Founding Fathers to installation at Lindenwood University on October 24, 2015.
Matthew Ream (pictured right), the current chapter president, also won an award as he was named Fraternity Man of the Year. Matthew became Missouri Iota’s first Iron Phi and has worked diligently to serve the Greek community during Phi Delta Theta’s first year as a chapter at Lindenwood University.
Missouri Iota would like to thank Greek Advisor Christopher Miofsky, fellow Greek organizations on campus, and Phi Delta Theta Fraternity as a whole for all of the support that they have received over the past two years!