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About us

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OUR VALUES

Unity

Integrity

Leadership

Honesty

Unity is the method by which this brotherhood remains strong and unyielding in the face of adversity.

Honesty is the method by which brothers are liberated from the shackles of self-doubt.

Integrity is the method by which this fraternity exalts men of average ability and character into men of high moral integrity and honor.

Leadership is a method by which brothers lead others and themselves to become diverse and professional in their character and mien.

What We Do

ABOUT US

In 1987, history was made as a Brotherhood like no other was founded in Lubbock, Texas...

Omega Delta Phi Fraternity was founded on November 25, 1987, on the campus of Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. The seven founders consisted of Joe Cereceres, Eugene Dominguez, Elliott Bazan, Christopher Dwight Forbes, Arturo Barraza, Juan Barraza, and Tommy Hurtado. As a fraternity, we recognize our first graduate Advisor, Hector Jerry Holguin and faculty advisors Herman Garcia, Frank Silvas, Camilo Martinez and Paula Parras. The fraternity was founded originally to be a service fraternity which primarily focused on graduating our brothers and serving our community. The traditional vision of our Founders and the many Brothers in our Fraternity grew the mission to include attracting and accepting any willing, qualified, man to join our organization.

 

In the spring semester of 1988, the founders initiated its first pledge class of twelve men. The founders gave the distinction of charter members to this first class to commemorate its introduction as the fraternity’s first active member class.

 

The founding fathers realized the need for a diverse fraternal organization to allow any man to experience a fraternal brotherhood while providing service to the community. This new concept was shared at other campuses which started the expansion process.