Belmont’s Phi Kappa Tau Chapter Receives Awards

Phi Kappa Tau’s Zeta Alpha chapter at Belmont recently received numerous awards at the Fraternity’s 59th National Convention in Denver, Colo.
• Academic Excellence
• Administrative Excellence
• Community Service Award (more than 20 hours per man)
• Roland Maxwell Scroll (one of the top four chapters in the Fraternity)
• Philanthropy Award
As one of the top four chapters in the Fraternity, Zeta Alpha chapter is included in Phi Kappa Tau’s Founders Four for the 2009-10 academic year. Top chapters meet Maxwell expectations within the Borradaile Challenge, the Fraternity’s standards program.
Founded in 1906 at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, Phi Kappa Tau is a collegiate fraternity that fosters three core ideals within its membership: learning, leading and serving. Currently, the Fraternity has 85 active groups – 77 chapters and 8 colonies, or student organizations in the final stages of being installed as a chartered chapter.