Alumni Board of Trustees
The Alumni Board of Trustees (ABT) is an advisory and supervisory group of dedicated individuals who, as a team, wish to enhance the experience of Delta Chi. This valuable group aids the chapter by drawing on its experience in the business/professional worlds. The ABT meets monthly during the Fall and Spring semesters. Please visit the Events tab for dates, times and locations of the ABT meetings. The annual meeting is held each year in January with the purpose of electing officers.
|Vice President||Matt Palanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Financial Advisor||Bill Kooistra||–|
|New Member Education Advisor||Dan Stewart||–|
|Risk Management Advisor||Jim Kilmer||–|
|Recruitment Advisor||Wayne Christemail@example.com|
|Scholarship Advisor||Matt Palanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|BB (Alumni Advisor)||Scott Klinefelteremail@example.com|
|Chapter President||Harrison McCareyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Chapter Treasurer||Joseph Thellemail@example.com|
The Iowa State Delta Chi House Corporation is a stand-alone entity formed for the following purposes:
- Administration of tenant leases
- Liaison to the Delta Chi National Housing Corporation
- Negotation of housing-related contracts
- Control and oversight of the Housing Fund
The House Corporation played an incredible role in getting our brothers a place to call home starting in the fall of 2015. If you want to read more information about our new chapter house, check out the house page under chapter information.
|Vice President||Greg Hayes|
|Board Member||Alvie Young|
If you need to get in contact with the Housing Corporation, email Wayne Christ (WAYNEACHRIST@MCHSI.COM) and he can get you in touch.
Contributions are being accepted to the Delta Chi Educational Foundation, Iowa State Chapter Scholarship Account, to the Chapter and/or House Corporation.
Delta Chi Educational Foundation
The Delta Chi Educational Foundation was incorporated in 1954 as a 501(c)(3), a non-profit educational foundation that can accept tax deductible donations for the benefit of young men in the fraternity.
The Delta Chi Educational Foundation (DCEF) is charged to assist in the acquisition of a sound education and the DCEF believes that success in the fraternity first begins with the success in the classroom. One of the ways the DCEF accomplishes this is through the use of the Foundation’s endowed Chapter Scholarship Accounts (CSA). On August 9, 2001, the Iowa State CSA was established by brother John Gioffredi.
The Iowa State CSA is a tax-deductible program created for the betterment of educational benefits to the chapter, such as academic scholarships and leadership training. The main goals of a CSA are promoting incentives to improve academics and assist student members to increase their leadership skills.
Click the link below to make a donation today! Please designate to the Iowa State CSA when making your donation under the Designations entry.
Contributions to the Chapter and/or House Corporation
Contribution to any 501(c)7 organization, such as The Delta Chi Fraternity or any of its subordinate chapter, are not tax deductible to the individual making the contribution. Contributions made to the House Corporation or Alumni Board of Trustees are also not tax deductible.
Please direct contributions to the Iowa State Chapter ‘E’ (Treasurer) or the Iowa State Chapter House Corporation Treasurer. The Iowa State Chapter Alumni Board of Trustees does not accept contributions.