Rush at OCU happens twice a year: once in fall and once in spring. We recommend going through the proccess, but can also give snap bids at any time after a month of rush. If you have any questions please contact , Derrick Medrano at , Jacob Overling at , or in the contact tab of this webpage.
Why Rush FIJI?
Fraternity membership is a lifelong experience and the benefits continue well beyond graduation. With over 6,500 undergraduate brothers in 113 chapters and 18 Delta Colonies in the United States and Canada our brotherhood grows daily. FIJI’s alumni ranks include political leaders, prominent businessmen, CEOs, professional athletes, world renowned scholars and famous entertainers. This elite brotherhood provides a network of opportunities to all members, and is but one benefit of membership.
The Challenge of a Lifetime
What if you became part of a legacy of success?
Also, consider these facts when thinking about going Greek:
· Greeks excel in Scholarship. Greeks consistently achieve higher scholarship ratings than the all campus average.
· A United States Department of Education document states that joining a fraternity is one of the best buys in a college education.
· Greeks have a 10% higher rate of graduation than do non-Greeks. Greek Membership is affordable.
· College fraternity graduates tend to be more financially successful than non-fraternity graduates.
· 70% of those listed in "Who's Who in America" are Greek.
· 85% of the upper-level executives in the "Fortune 500 Companies" are Greek.
· 43 CEOs of the top 50 U.S. companies are Greek.
· 48% of all US Presidents have been Greek.
· 42% of US Senators are Greek.
· 75% of US Congressmen/women are Greek.
· 40 out of the past 47 US Supreme Court Justices have been Greek.
· 30% of Fortune 500 Executives are Greek.
· Of North America's 50 largest corporations, 43 are headed by Greek men and women.
· 10% of all listed in Who's Who are Greek.
· And Greeks only make up 3% of the US population...
· As Alumni, Greeks give approximately 75% of all money donated to universities.
· Greeks contribute over $7 million and 850,000 hours to charity/community service annually.
· Greek affiliated students are more likely to be involved on campus.