We are happy to bring to you the Theta Gamma Fraternity website

Founded in 1912, and still going strong. Our 106 years in existence proves the strength of the bonds found within our organization. Our fraternity has active chapters in Canton, New York; Alfred, New York; Delhi, New York; and Plattsburgh, New York.

**** Upcoming Events: ****

Central NY Gathering 

Sunday, October 28, 2018, at 12:30 PM – 6 PM

220 Chapel Dr, Syracuse NY 13219

Adirondack Region

Thursday, November 1, 2018, at 6 PM – 10 PM

490 Glen Lake Rd, Lake George, NY 12845

 

Grand Council Convention
February 22nd-24th, 2019
Lake George, NY

For more information contact:
GEM@thetagamma.com
VGEM@thetagamma.com

Welcome!

It comes with great pleasure to welcome you to the official website for Theta Gamma Fraternity. As we celebrate our 106th year as a brotherhood we can appreciate our perpetual ability to adapt to the constant changes in society. Included in these changes is embracing the ever-increasing use of technology.

The goal of this website is to serve as a valuable resource for ΘΓ actives and alumni, showcase our dedication in living up to the standards set by our founders, and to promote our mission & vision to potential brothers of our fraternity.

The function of this website shares similar qualities to the old--informing visitors of our history and current activities; however, it aims to do so in a sleeker and more easily navigated interface. Additionally, it offers a more direct flow of announcements from the elected brothers of the Grand Council and chapter officers for the benefit of dedicated alumni. This easy flow of information promotes the maximization of alumni involvement as well as unity among chapters. Finally, in an effort to keep the website as a professional resource, the forum element has been removed in order to direct such conversations to the more convenient/populated brother-only Facebook groups.

As our brotherhood continues to advance and adapt we will begin our 106th year with a large step forward with an online presence.