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Mason Whitis

Ball State '19

Chapter Support Coordinator

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Mason Whitis, Ball State ’19 is a member of the chapter support coordinator team. Whitis most recently served the Fraternity as a live-in leadership advisor for the Texas Delta Chapter at SMU in Dallas. As a live-in leadership advisor, he developed strong relationships with the undergraduates, university, alumni, chapter advisory board, and house corporation.

Mason has attended the Kleberg Emerging Leaders Institute and served as faculty for the 2020 Presidents Leadership Conference. His experience will benefit our current and emerging chapters as he coaches them on finances, recruitment, member accountability, and new member education through regular chapter visits.

Mason works with:

  • Illinois Beta – University of Chicago
  • Illinois Gamma – Illinois University Champaign Urbana
  • Illinois Eta – Monmouth College
  • Indiana Alpha – Indiana University
  • Indiana Beta – Wabash College
  • Indiana Gamma – Butler University
  • Indiana Delta – Franklin College
  • Indiana Epsilon – Hanover University
  • Indiana Zeta – DePauw University
  • Indiana Theta – Purdue University
  • Indiana Iota – Valparaiso University
  • Indiana Kappa – Ball State University
  • Indiana Mu – IUPUI
  • Iowa Gamma – Iowa State University
  • Iowa Delta – Drake University
  • Kansas Alpha – University of Kansas
  • Kansas Beta – Washburn University
  • Kansas Gamma – Kansas State University
  • Kansas Delta – Wichita State University
  • Kansas Epsilon – Emporia State University
  • Kansas Theta – Ottawa University
  • Minnesota Beta – Minnesota State University at Mankato
  • Nebraska Alpha – University of Nebraska, Lincoln
  • Nebraska Beta – University of Nebraska, Kearney
  • Nebraska Gamma – Creighton University
  • North Dakota Alpha – University of North Dakota
  • Ohio Alpha – Miami University
  • Ohio Beta – Ohio Wesleyan University
  • Ohio Gamma – Ohio University
  • Ohio Epsilon – Akron University
  • Ohio Eta – Case Western University
  • Ohio Theta – University of Cincinnati
  • Ohio Kappa – Bowling Green State University
  • Ohio Lambda – Kent State University
  • Ohio Mu – Ashland University
  • Ohio Xi – Otterbein University
  • Oklahoma Alpha – University of Oklahoma
  • Oklahoma Beta – Oklahoma State University
  • Oklahoma Gamma – Southwestern Oklahoma State University
  • South Dakota Alpha – University of South Dakota
  • Texas Delta – Southern Methodist University
  • Texas Epsilon – Texas Tech University
  • Texas Zeta – Texas Christian University
  • Texas Theta – West Texas A&M University
  • Texas Kappa – University of Texas, Arlington
  • Wisconsin Alpha – University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • Wisconsin Gamma – Ripon
  • Wisconsin Epsilon – St. Norbert College
  • Wisconsin Zeta – University of Wisconsin, Whitewater

Why did you decide to work for Phi Delta Theta?

I joined this organization to become a better version of myself. Phi Delta Theta has given me the opportunity to volunteer, fight for a cure for ALS, and go above and beyond my potential by giving me the resources to not only better myself, but the ability to help those around me become greater. Now I want to give back and help undergraduate brothers of Phi Delta Theta become the best versions of themselves.