Omega Delta Phi ( ODPhi or ΩΔΦ) is a Multicutural fraternity, founded in 1987 nationally, which currently falls under the governance of the Multicultural Greek Council.
Omega Delta Phi has been suspended twice due to low grades since its founding in 1999 at UTSA. ODPhi was a member of the Interfraternity Council until it left campus, due to academic suspension, after Spring 2008, but came back in Fall 2010 to join the Multicultural Greek Council.
Omega Delta Phi won Honorable Mention in the 2006 Window Wars and Best Incorporation of Theme in the 2005 Golf Cart Parade. Omega Delta Phi was a finalist for the University Life Award Most Outstanding Service Program in 2014. The following year, they won the University Life Award for Most Outstanding Cultural Awareness Program. In 2016, they were a finalist for Most Outstanding Service Program, Most Outstanding Cultural Awareness Program, and Most Outstanding Registered Student Organization. ΩΔΦ brother Jalen McKee was a finalist for Mr. UTSA 2015. Brother Jalen McKee was recognized as Most Outstanding Junior and a Jane Findling Award recipient, and Hugo Guerra was recognized as Volunteer of the Year, at the 2016 University Life Awards. In 2017, Jalen McKee also won the Outstanding Black Student Leadership Award at the Black Heritage Gala.
A chapter's GEAR rating factors in categories of scholarship, education, service, and involvement. The overall score is rated either gold, silver, bronze, satisfactory, or below satisfactory. The score ranges have been adjusted slightly over time, with the maximum possible currently at 397.
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