As part of our We Are Phi Delt campaign, we asked chapters to give us an insight into what it’s like to be a Phi on their college campus. We understand that no chapter experience is the same, and therefore we should share the unique aspects of our schools, cities, and brotherhood!
Chapters can complete this form for custom We Are Phi Delt logos and an opportunity to be featured online.
We Are Washington Epsilon at Eastern Washington University
University location: Cheney, Washington
Number of undergraduates on campus: 10,293
Chapter size: 30 members
Year founded: 1991
Number of initiated members: 423
School mascot: Eagle
School colors: red, black, and white
Number of Greek organizations on campus: twenty Greek organizations (four Panhellenic sororities and seven IFC chapters, nine Diversified Greek Council organizations)
Favorite school traditions: Firing of the canons at the football games and hearing the fight song
Favorite chapter traditions:Iron Phi, parents weekends, and Initiation
Favorite restaurant near campus: Zips and Rosa’s Pizza
Fun fact about your chapter: We are the smallest school/chapter to raise $100,000 (cumulative) through Iron Phi
Fun fact about your school: Roos Field, the football field at Eastern Washington University, has red turf
Fun fact about the city where your school is located: The full-time resident population in Cheney is approximately 10,000. This number nearly doubles when the college students return to campus each fall
Top three things a visitor should do:
- See a football game on the red turf
- Walk around our small but beautiful campus
- Go to Rosa’s Pizza
One thought on “We Are Phi Delt: Washington Epsilon”
I’m proud of this chapter accomplishments! The Iron Phi event in particular. I also heard this chapter had top grades in Greek System.
Kevin B Dull
Wa Epsilon Bond# 01
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