4 Reasons Ohio Zeta Still Matters After College

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For many of us, Phi Delta Theta was an important part of our Ohio State experience. Whatever your key takeaways from your time at Ohio State, I think we can all agree on this: Phi Delta Theta’s impact extends far beyond our brief time at the chapter house.

Here are 4 reasons Ohio Zeta still matters after you graduate, according to your fellow Alumni Brothers:

"When I came to Ohio Zeta there were only 4 or 5 brothers from Upper Arlington out the 80+ members. When we left 3 years later, the house had 35 UA Brothers out of the 150+ members. I still see many of them over 40 years later." - Mark Erickson '76

"Meeting and getting to know a wide diversity of guys and girls." - Rusty Meyers '79

"People and social skills and the fundamental friendships that will last a lifetime rom my time there. Before Phi Delt, i wouldn’t exactly call myself the most outgoing social person, I didn’t mind it but I wasn’t a frequent flyer. Phi Delt allowed me to grow into myself, and how to explore new ways of connecting with people and making friends of different backgrounds. I still use these lessons every day in my life and they’ve helped me grow into the person i am today." - Hari Kunduru '16

"I stay in touch with so many of them already. I do try to contact guys we never hear from anymore- sometimes it takes some digging online. Sometimes I get lucky and reestablish connections." - Jim Sauter '99

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