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We Are Phi Delt: Missouri Iota


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 Missouri Iota at Lindenwood University

University location: Saint Charles, Missouri

Number of undergraduates on campus: 9,000

Chapter size: 30

Year founded: 2015

Number of initiated members: 91

School mascot: Lions

School colors: Gold and black

Number of Greek organizations on campus: Seven (three sororities and four fraternities)

Favorite school traditions: Tailgates, football games, and homecoming

Favorite chapter traditions: Pie a Phi, Brotherhood retreats, formals, and road clean up

Favorite restaurant near campus: Gingham’s Homestyle Restaurant

Fun fact about your school: Lindenwood is the second oldest school west of the Mississippi

Fun fact about your chapter: We just raised $3,213 from our inaugural Launch 4 Lou Homerun Derby and our reoccurring online philanthropic campaign. We have raised the most of philanthropic dollars than any other organization on campus.

Fun fact about the city where your school is located: Saint Charles is the third oldest city in Missouri and was the temporary capital until 1826. When Missouri became a US state in 1821, the government decided to build the “City of Jefferson,” after Thomas Jefferson. Missouri government met in Saint Charles until Jefferson City was ready.

Top three things a visitor should do:

  1. Visit historic Main Street
  2. Watch a football game in Hunter Stadium
  3. Attend the traveling shows in the J. Scheidegger Center

Follow Missouri Iota

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/phideltlu/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/phideltlu

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/luphidelt 

Website: lindenwood.phideltatheta.org