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Omicron Delta Kappa
ΟΔΚ
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Founded December 3, 1914; 102 years ago (1914-12-03)
"Washington and Lee University
Type "Honor society
Emphasis Scholarship, Leadership, and Service
Mission statement Recognize individuals who consistently achieve high standards of excellence.
Vision statement Campus leaders today, community leaders tomorrow.
Motto "Success Achieved in Worthy Undertakings"
Colors Sky Blue, White, Black
Symbol A Laurel with Stars
Flower Blue "delphinium
Publication The Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa
Chapters 300+ active; 399 chartered
Members 325,000+ lifetime
Headquarters 224 McLaughlin Street
"Lexington, "Virginia
"United States
Homepage www.odk.org

Omicron Delta Kappa (ΟΔΚ), also known as The Circle and ODK, is a national leadership honor society in the United States, with chapters, known as circles, at more than three hundred college campuses. It was founded December 3, 1914, at "Washington and Lee University in "Lexington, Virginia, by fifteen student and faculty leaders. The society recognizes achievement in five areas: scholarship; athletics; campus and community service, social or religious activities, and campus government; journalism, speech and the mass media; and creative and performing arts. Some circles of ΟΔΚ are quasi-secret, in that newly selected members remain undisclosed for some time.

Membership in the Omicron Delta Kappa Society is regarded as one of the highest collegiate honors that can be awarded, in the tradition of "Phi Kappa Phi and "Phi Beta Kappa. To be selected as a member of ΟΔΚ, one must stand among the top thirty-five percent of all students at that particular institution and hold a leadership role in one of the society's five areas of recognition.

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History[edit]

Founding[edit]

On the evening of December 3, 1914, the Omicron Delta Kappa Society was founded by fifteen men who gathered in a small office on the third floor of Reid Hall on the campus of Washington and Lee University. J. Carl Fisher first introduced the idea of creating such a society to a close friend, Rupert Latture. The two soon included mutual friend William Brown in the discussion, and thus these three are referred to as the principal founders of the society. Together with three faculty members, including the president of the University and the dean of Engineering, they gradually selected nine others to join them. The complete list of the fifteen founders is as follows.

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The fifteen founders of the Omicron Delta Kappa Society

All fifteen men were prominent leaders on campus, and they rallied around the idea that all-around leadership in college should be recognized, that representative men in all phases of college life should cooperate in worthwhile endeavor, and that outstanding students and faculty should affiliate in the spirit of mutual interest and understanding. The founders intended that ΟΔΚ not be yet another society in which members would simply earn a societal Key and then be done. Members of ΟΔΚ would remain active as leaders, in upholding spiritual and moral values, and in rendering service to the campus and community.

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Reid Hall, the birthplace of The Circle

The founders decided that The Circle would be kept a complete secret until keys could be designed and produced. The keys arrived shortly past the winter holiday, and each man first wore his key on the 15th of January in 1915. The student newspaper broke the news that same day of a new society to be known as "The Circle," with the secret significance of its three Greek letters known only to its members.[1]

Purpose of the Society[edit]

The Purpose of the Society is threefold:

Women in ODK[edit]

Only men could become members of Omicron Delta Kappa in the first sixty years of its existence. At the 1970 and 1972 National Conventions, the "University of Alabama Circle introduced an amendment to the National Constitution to admit women into the Society. In June 1972, "Title IX of the "Education Amendments Act of 1972" prohibited sex discrimination in federally assisted educational programs and amended parts of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Professional and honor fraternities were included in Title IX. The Special Committee on the Possible Role of Women met in January 1973 and recommended changes to the National Constitution that would abolish segregation based on gender within the Society. On March 12, 1974. the National Convention convened in "New Orleans and approved the initiation of women into the Society. On that date, the first women members were recognized by the Society. They were the Carolyn Julia Kucinski and Diane Christine Ragosa of the "Newark College of Engineering Circle, and Robbie Lynn Cooney, Maria Dolores Delvalle, Roxane R. Dow, Catherine Ann Rohrbacher, Karen Diane Janzer, Linda Ann Touten, Martha Gwyn Van Deman, and Cathy Sue Welch of the "University of South Florida Circle.

Cheryl Hogle was elected as the first woman National President at the Convention in Knoxville, Tennessee on February 25, 1998. After serving four terms as a Faculty Province Director and two terms as National Vice President for Extension, she was elected by unanimous vote of the Convention.[2] On June 26, 2010, the ODK National Leadership Summit and Convention elected Dr. Betsy Holloway as the 34th National President, the second female to be elected.

On March 22, 1992, the National Convention passed a resolution authorizing the incorporation of the Society. On July 1, 1992, the Omicron Delta Kappa Society was merged into the corporation, The Omicron Delta Kappa Society, Inc.

Relationship with Mortar Board[edit]

A similar honorary society, for exceptionally outstanding women leaders, known as "Mortar Board, had been established just a few years after ODK, in 1918, with many similar ideals and purposes. With the passage of Title IX in 1972, each of those two societies was then required to accept candidates of either gender into its membership. As a result, the two organizations found themselves competing to tap many of the same distinguished students, and those formerly complementary societies became rivals at many institutions, perhaps fiercely so during membership selection, while more congenially so during the rest of the year, as the two rivaled one another in service, athletics, or other campus activities.

Membership selection[edit]

Unlike the college honor societies that accept all potential members who meet the selection criteria and pay the required fees, O∆K chooses only a highly select group from a pool of potential and qualified students through a process known as tapping. Eligibility for membership in O∆K requires at least junior academic standing. Unlike Phi Beta Kappa, which limits membership to the liberal arts and sciences, O∆K contemplates candidates from every field of study who distinguish themselves as outstanding leaders in at least one of the five areas celebrated by O∆K: scholarship; athletics; campus and community service, social or religious activities, and campus government; journalism, speech and the mass media; and creative and performing arts. Members may be chosen either annually or semi-annually depending on the tradition of each individual circle. The number of candidates tapped each year is limited to three percent of the undergraduate population, but most circles limit membership to fewer than the top one quarter of one percent of the students on their respective campuses.

Once a circle votes on who will be tapped for membership, it withholds that secret from all but those few chosen for initiation. Once tapped, each candidate must maintain the secret until the circle reveals it to the campus and community in a public ceremony, only after the circle has initiated the new members into the bonds of the society through its private ritual. At some institutions, such as the "University of Missouri, with several such elite societies that tap new members, the public revelations are all held in conjunction, in an annual ceremonial Tap Day celebration on campus.

Circles[edit]

The practice of designating Circles with Greek letter names was abandoned in 1949. Members who have died are said to have entered the Eternal Circle.

# Circle Installation Date School Status
1. Alpha December 3, 1914 "Washington and Lee University active
2. Beta May 1, 1916 "The Johns Hopkins University active
3. Gamma June 9, 1916 "University of Pittsburgh active
4. Delta May 24, 1917 "Davidson College active
5. Epsilon March 12, 1921 "University of Richmond active
6. Eta[3] May 27, 1921 "College of William and Mary active
7. Zeta May 28, 1921 "Centre College active
8. Theta April 29, 1922 "University of Akron active
9. Iota February 21, 1924 "University of Alabama active
10. Kappa March 22, 1924 "Birmingham-Southern College active
11. Lambda April 12, 1924 "Hampden-Sydney College active
12. Mu January 24, 1925 "Emory University active
13. Nu May 4, 1925 "University of Kentucky active
14. Xi May 24, 1925 "Lehigh University charter removed
15. Omicron May 28, 1925 "University of Virginia active
16. Pi March 8, 1926 "Millsaps College active
17. Rho May 26, 1926 "Duke University charter removed
18. Sigma February 2, 1927 "University of Maryland active
19. Tau May 15, 1927 "Ohio Wesleyan University active
20. Upsilon May 17, 1927 "Dickinson College active
21. Phi May 25, 1927 "Rhodes College active
22. Chi May 29, 1927 "University of South Carolina active
23. Psi February 17, 1928;
Rechartered April 5, 1997
"Allegheny College charter removed
24. Omega May 22, 1928 "Auburn University active
25. Alpha Alpha May 19, 1929 "University of the South active
26. Alpha Delta May 25, 1929 "George Washington University active
27. Alpha Epsilon March 22, 1930 "Muhlenberg College active
28. Alpha Eta May 28, 1930 "Georgia Institute of Technology active
29. Alpha Zeta May 28, 1930 "Tulane University active
30. Alpha Theta March 7, 1931 "University of Cincinnati active
31. Alpha Iota March 23, 1931 "Rollins College active
32. Alpha Kappa February 24, 1933 "Washington University charter removed
33. Alpha Lambda March 4, 1933 "Randolph-Macon College active
34. Alpha Mu May 10, 1933 "Denison University active
35. Alpha Beta May 12, 1933 "Drake University active
36. Alpha Nu May 12, 1933 "Louisiana State University active
37. Alpha Xi May 12, 1933 "University of Missouri active
38. Alpha Omicron June 2, 1933 "Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University active
39. Alpha Pi March 5, 1934 "University of Denver charter removed
40. Alpha Rho April 28, 1934 "Vanderbilt University active
41. Alpha Sigma May 31, 1934; Rechartered February 23, 2014 "Miami University (Ohio) active
42. Alpha Tau April 9, 1935 "Westminster College (MO) active
43. Alpha Upsilon April 29, 1935 "University of Georgia active
44. Alpha Phi February 3, 1936 "University of Mississippi active
45. Alpha Chi May 22, 1937 "Mississippi State University active
46. Alpha Psi November 12, 1937 "Washington College active
47. Alpha Omega March 12, 1938 "American University charter removed
48. Beta Alpha May 13, 1939 "Wake Forest University active
49. Beta Beta June 2, 1939 "University of Arkansas charter removed
50. Beta Gamma February 15, 1942 "Albion College active
51. Beta Delta September 19, 1942 "Carnegie-Mellon University charter removed
52. Beta Epsilon May 14, 1943 "University of Louisville active
53. Beta Zeta May 10, 1946 "Bucknell University active
54. Beta Eta June 9, 1946 "Wayne State University charter removed
55. Beta Theta May 8, 1947 "Case Western Reserve charter removed
56. Beta Iota May 10, 1947 "University of Iowa active
57. Beta Kappa May 11, 1947 "University of Kansas active
58. Beta Lambda May 23, 1947 "Marshall University active
59. Beta Mu June 3, 1947 "Grove City College active
60. Beta Nu November 16, 1947 "University of Tennessee active
61. Beta Xi May 23, 1948 "Beloit College charter removed
62. Beta Omicron January 18, 1949 "Louisiana Tech University active
63. Beta Pi February 18, 1949 "Centenary College (LA) active
64. Beta Rho February 25, 1949 "Hillsdale College active
65. Beta Sigma March 9, 1949 "University of Delaware active
66. Beta Tau May 22, 1949 "Bowling Green State University active
67. Beta Upsilon June 2, 1949 "University of Miami (Florida) active
68. April 22, 1949 "Bradley University charter removed
69. May 6, 1950 "New Jersey Institute of Technology active
70. May 13, 1950 "Drury University active
71. Seminole May 13, 1950 "Florida State University active
72. May 20, 1950 "University of Nebraska at Omaha active
73. November 16, 1950 "Marietta College active
74. April 6, 1951 "Samford University active
75. April 7, 1951 "Florida Southern College active
76. November 10, 1951 "Ohio University active
77. March 28, 1952 "Baldwin-Wallace College active
78. June 4, 1952 "Colorado State University charter removed
79. May 14, 1953 "Stetson University active
80. April 4, 1954 "University of Redlands active
81. Sachem May 8, 1954 "Oklahoma State University charter removed
82. Kalon-Kixioc May 10, 1954 "St. Lawrence University active
83. May 16, 1954 "University of Wyoming charter removed
84. May 26, 1954 "University of Southern Mississippi active
85. University Park May 15, 1955 "Pennsylvania State University charter removed
86. May 21, 1955 "University of Oklahoma charter removed
87. May 22, 1955 "University of Hawaii charter removed
88. May 22, 1955 "Willamette University charter removed
89. December 9, 1956 "University of Missouri-Kansas City active
90. March 24, 1957 "University of South Dakota active
91. May 17, 1958 "Western Michigan University charter removed
92. December 12, 1959 "Washington State University charter removed
93. March 1, 1960 "University of Louisiana at Monroe charter removed
94. April 23, 1960 "Central Methodist University active
95. April 24, 1960 "University of Houston active
96. April 25, 1960 "Mississippi College active
97. May 21, 1960 "Westminster College (PA) charter removed
98. May 21, 1960 "Whittier College active
99. May 28, 1960 "Wagner College active
100. April 29, 1961 "University of Tulsa charter removed
101. May 21, 1961 "Purdue University active
102. April 14, 1962 "Hiram College active
103. May 12, 1962 "University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign charter removed
104. May 13, 1962 "Augustana College (IL) active
105. May 19, 1962 "Baylor University active
106. April 21, 1963 "Pittsburg State University active
107. May 17, 1963 "University of Memphis active
108. May 19, 1963 "Oklahoma Baptist University active
109. May 25, 1963 "McDaniel College active
110. May 26, 1963 "Michigan State University charter removed
111. May 26, 1963 "West Virginia Wesleyan College active
112. April 19, 1964 "Erskine College active
113. October 22, 1965 "Kent State University charter removed
114. May 7, 1966 "Illinois State University charter removed
115. May 19, 1966 "University of Texas at Austin charter removed
116. May 12, 1967 "Alma College active
117. April 5, 1968 "Georgia State University active
118. May 17, 1968 "University of Florida active
119. May 11, 1969 "University of Colorado at Boulder charter removed
120. January 22, 1970 "Ohio Northern University active
121. February 15, 1970 "Murray State University active
122. May 20, 1970 "University of South Florida active
123. March 26, 1971 "University of New Orleans active
124. April 18, 1971 "Ferris State University active
125. April 24, 1971 "Valdosta State University active
126. April 24, 1971 "Western Kentucky University active
127. May 2, 1971 "Wichita State University charter removed
128. May 23, 1971 "Delta State University active
129. December 10, 1971 "Louisiana College active
130. January 29, 1972 "Texas Tech University active
131. February 11, 1972 "North Carolina Wesleyan College active
132. April 22, 1972 "Houston Baptist University active
133. April 24, 1972 "Westmont College charter removed
134. May 20, 1972 "University of Tampa active
135. May 21, 1972 "Northern Illinois University charter removed
136. May 26, 1973 "Troy State University active
137. April 29, 1974 "University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire charter removed
138. May 6, 1974 "Olivet College active
139. May 25, 1975 "University of Central Florida active
140. May 9, 1975 "William Carey College active
141. May 30, 1975 "Tennessee Technological University active
142. October 26, 1975 "The College of Charleston active
143. Icarus November 21, 1975 "Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University active
144. November 22, 1975 "University of Alabama at Birmingham active
145. December 15, 1975 "Salisbury University active
146. February 8, 1976 "Elmhurst College active
147. March 6, 1976 "Rider University active
148. March 6, 1976 "Wittenberg University active
149. March 28, 1976 "Mary Baldwin College active
150. April 2, 1976 "Morris Brown College charter removed
151. April 2, 1976 "Oglethorpe University active
152. May 2, 1976 "James Madison University active
153. May 8, 1976 "Old Dominion University active
154. May 9, 1976 "Southwest Missouri State University active
155. May 23, 1976 "University of Minnesota charter removed
156. October 1, 1976 "University of North Alabama active
157. May 21, 1977 "University of South Alabama active
158. May 27, 1977 "Transylvania University active
159. December 2, 1977 "Campbell University active
160. December 4, 1977 "Elon University active
161. January 21, 1978 "Radford University active
162. February 28, 1978 "Jacksonville State University active
163. March 1, 1978 "University of Montevallo active
164. November 10, 1978 "Duquesne University active
165. December 5, 1978 "Mansfield University charter removed
166. April 22, 1979 "University of West Georgia active
167. May 4, 1979 "Austin Peay State University active
168. May 12, 1979 "University of South Carolina Upstate charter removed
169. October 6, 1979 "Francis Marion University active
170. November 11, 1979 "LaGrange College active
171. March 16, 1980 "Coastal Carolina University active
172. March 21, 1980 "Arizona State University charter removed
173. March 22, 1980 "California State University, Northridge charter removed
174. March 23, 1980 "Auburn University Montgomery active
175. May 2, 1980 "Michigan Technological University charter removed
176. May 4, 1980 "Hollins University active
177. September 14, 1980 "East Tennessee State University charter removed
178. April 5, 1981 "Virginia Wesleyan College active
178. April 12, 1981 "Winthrop University active
179. May 2, 1981 "SUNY Plattsburgh active
180. May 3, 1981 "University of Maryland, Baltimore County active
181. May 18, 1981 "Furman University active
182. October 8, 1981 "Jacksonville University active
183. October 15, 1981 "Methodist University active
184. February 24, 1982 "University of North Carolina at Charlotte active
185. May 10, 1982 "University of Alabama in Huntsville active
186. May 19, 1982 "Millikin University charter removed
187. UNI Circle December 5, 1982 "University of Northern Iowa active
188. March 20, 1983 "Eckerd College active
189. May 1, 1983 "Morningside College active
190. May 22, 1983 "Louisiana State University in Shreveport active
191. November 6, 1983 "Moravian College active
192. March 4, 1984; December 10, 1998 "University of West Florida active
193. March 11, 1984 "University of Houston–Clear Lake active
194. March 24, 1985 "Monmouth University active
195. April 13, 1985 "Columbia College (SC) active
196. April 19, 1985 "Penn State Erie, The Behrend College active
197. April 21, 1985 "Florida International University active
198. April 28, 1985 "Fairleigh Dickinson University charter removed
199. October 26, 1985 "Presbyterian College active
200. February 22, 1986 "Maryville University active
201. March 2, 1986; May 6, 2012 "Virginia Commonwealth University active
202. April 19, 1986 "Berry College active
203. April 25, 1986 "Humboldt State University charter removed
204. November 7, 1986 "Salem College active
205. April 3, 1987 "University of West Alabama active
206. April 10, 1987 "Augsburg College charter removed
207. April 11, 1987 "University of North Carolina at Asheville active
208. April 13, 1987 "Clemson University active
209. Golden Crest April 26, 1987 "Missouri Southern State University active
210. April 27, 1987 "Concordia College (Moorhead) active
211. April 30, 1987 "Towson University active
212. March 26, 1988 "Heidelberg College charter removed
213. May 1, 1988 "Creighton University active
214. May 15, 1988 "California State University, Fullerton charter removed
215. September 25, 1988 "Villanova University active
216. April 2, 1989 "Randolph College active
217. April 18, 1989 "Huntingdon College active
218. November 15, 1989 "University of North Georgia active
219. March 11, 1990 "Southern Oregon University active
220. March 18, 1990 "East Carolina University active
221. April 25, 1990 "University of Texas at Arlington active
222. May 7, 1990 "Simpson College active
223. January 29, 1991 "University of South Carolina Aiken active
224. April 14, 1991 "Grand Valley State University active
225. April 21, 1991 "Muskingum College active
226. April 21, 1991 "East Stroudsburg University charter removed
227. April 27, 1991 "University of St. Thomas active
228. April 29, 1992 "State University of New York at Oneonta active
229. May 2, 1992 "Aurora University active
230. May 12, 1992 "Carthage College active
231. November 22, 1992 "Gannon University charter removed
232. December 10, 1992 "Susquehanna University active
233. April 7, 1994 "University of California, Riverside active
234. May 2, 1994 "Truman State University active
235. May 13, 1994 "Eastern Connecticut State University active
236. September 3, 1994 "University of Virginia's College at Wise charter removed
237. March 24, 1995 "Appalachian State University active
238. April 20, 1995 "Harding University active
239. April 22, 1995 "Brenau University active
240. May 5, 1995 "State University of New York at Oswego active
241. May 21, 1995 "Elmira College active
242. February 12, 1996 "Marymount Manhattan College active
243. March 29, 1996 "Christopher Newport University active
244. April 13, 1996 "Northern Kentucky University charter removed
245. April 14, 1996 "Georgetown College active
246. April 21, 1996 "University of Dayton charter removed
247. April 24, 1996 "Roanoke College active
248. April 27, 1996 "Cumberland University active
249. October 25, 1996 "University of Toledo charter removed
250. November 9, 1996 "Newberry College active
251. February 22, 1997 "Lynchburg College active
252. March 9, 1997 "Flagler College active
253. April 6, 1997 "Gettysburg College active
254. April 20, 1997 "University of North Carolina-Wilmington active
255. April 25, 1997 "Ramapo College of New Jersey active
256. April 26, 1997 "Shenandoah University active
257. May 4, 1997 "Hastings College active
258. May 9, 1997 "Mercer University active
259. June 4, 1997 "Youngstown State University active
260. March 29, 1998 "Indiana State University active
261. April 23, 1998 "Greensboro College charter removed
262. April 25, 1998 "Eastern Illinois University active
263. April 26, 1998 "Indiana University Southeast charter removed
264. May 2, 1998 "Waynesburg College charter removed
265. May 2, 1998 "Carson-Newman College active
266. May 3, 1998 "Alfred University active
267. Chapman Leadership May 6, 1998 "Chapman University charter removed
268. May 9, 1998 "West Virginia State University charter removed
269. May 10, 1998 "Assumption College charter removed
270. November 22, 1998 "University of Nebraska-Lincoln active
271. March 28, 1999 "University of Arizona active
272. April 11, 1999 "St. Ambrose University charter removed
273. April 16, 1999 "University of Texas at San Antonio active
274. April 17, 1999 "Maryville College charter removed
275. April 18, 1999 "Georgia Southern University active
276. April 23, 1999 "Webster University active
277. April 25, 1999 "St. Mary's College of Maryland active
278. April 25, 1999 "University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point charter removed
279. April 9, 2000 "Brevard College active
280. April 11, 2000 "Dillard University active
281. April 16, 2000 "Angelo State University charter removed
282. April 16, 2000 "Bridgewater State College charter removed
283. April 18, 2000 "Juniata College active
284. April 19, 2000 "Emmanuel College (GA) active
285. April 27, 2000 "Bellarmine University active
286. April 30, 2000 "Southeast Missouri State University active
287. April 30, 2000 "West Chester University active
288. May 4, 2000 "Franklin College active
289. May 7, 2000 "University of Rhode Island active
290. May 21, 2000 "Drexel University active
291. November 14, 2000 "Nicholls State University active
292. December 9, 2000 "Pennsylvania State University Altoona charter removed
293. April 23, 2001 "Longwood University active
294. April 25, 2001 "Georgia College and State University active
295. May 1, 2001 "Morehouse College active
296. May 10, 2001 "Missouri University of Science and Technology charter removed
297. May 12, 2001 "State University of New York at Potsdam active
298. November 4, 2001 "McMurry University active
299. April 28, 2002 "Ball State University active
300. April 28, 2002 "Tarleton State University active
301. May 17, 2002 "Adelphi University active
302. November 17, 2002 "Buffalo State College charter removed
303. December 8, 2002 "Northwest Missouri State University charter removed
304. February 2, 2003 "Wilmington College active
305. March 24, 2003 "Virginia Military Institute active
306. USC Leadership Institute April 27, 2003 "University of Southern California charter removed
307. April 27, 2003 "Fort Hays State University active
308. May 3, 2003 "Coker College active
309. May 4, 2003 "Fairfield University charter removed
310. May 7, 2003 "Bethel University (MN) active
311. October 26, 2003 "University at Albany active
312. November 15, 2003 "Stephen F. Austin State University active
313. April 18, 2004 "California Lutheran University active
314. April 18, 2004 "Sweet Briar College active
315. April 25, 2004 "College of Idaho active
316. April 25, 2004 "Georgetown University active
317. April 25, 2004 "Saint Louis University active
318. April 29, 2004 "Widener University active
319. April 30, 2004 "Molloy College charter removed
320. May 2, 2004 "Wright State University active
321. May 5, 2004 "Central Washington University active
322. May 14, 2004 "Worcester State College active
323. December 12, 2004 "Notre Dame de Namur University active
324. April 19, 2005 "Colorado Christian University active
325. April 20, 2005 "Emmanuel College (MA) active
326. April 24, 2005 "Stockton University active
327. May 1, 2005 "St. John's University (NY) active
328. May 9, 2005 "Bryant University active
329. May 13, 2005 "United States Military Academy active
330. February 25, 2006 "Western New England University active
331. April 6, 2006 "Armstrong State University active
332. April 19, 2006 "Southwestern University active
333. April 23, 2006 "Nova Southeastern University active
334. April 28, 2006 "San José State University charter removed
335. April 28, 2006 "Concordia University Irvine active
336. May 20, 2006 "DePaul University charter removed
337. February 9, 2007 "Texas Christian University active
338. March 1, 2007 "Western Carolina University charter removed
339. April 29, 2007 "Hope College active
340. April 30, 2007 "University of Central Oklahoma charter removed
341. May 6, 2007 "University of Massachusetts Lowell active
342. May 11, 2007 "University of Baltimore active
343. April 19, 2008 "Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University active
344. May 4, 2008 "Hamline University active
345. October 27, 2008 "Campbellsville University active
346. November 15, 2008 "North Carolina Central University active
347. April 15, 2009 "William Woods University active
348. April 26, 2009 "Peace College active
349. November 15, 2009 "Georgian Court University active
350. February 5, 2010 "Florida Gulf Coast University active
351. April 28, 2010 "Florida Atlantic University active
352. April 30, 2010 "Middle Tennessee State University active
353. May 4, 2010 "Morrisville State College active
354. February 15, 2011 "Merrimack College active
355. April 1, 2011 "SUNY Maritime College active
356. October 6, 2011 "Chatham University active
357. October 6, 2011 "Neumann University active
358. October 8, 2011 "Seton Hall University active
359. October 30, 2011 "Union College active
360. November 29, 2011 "Doane College active
361. December 5, 2011 "Worcester Polytechnic Institute active
362. February 12, 2012 "Philadelphia University active
363. March 18, 2012 "Ashland University active
364. April 11, 2012 "Saint Leo University active
365. April 26, 2012 "Trinity University (TX) active
366. May 2, 2012 "Southern Utah University active
367. May 3, 2012 "Johnson and Wales University active
368. May 6, 2012 "Converse College active
369. March 7, 2013 "United States Naval Academy active
370. April 14, 2013 "Washington Adventist University active
371. April 19, 2013 "Texas Woman's University active
372. August 24, 2013 "Lincoln Memorial University active
373. November 15, 2013 "University of Washington Tacoma active
374. November 16, 2013 "Fontbonne University active
375. April 6, 2014 "Cabrini University active
376. April 23, 2014 "The College of New Jersey active
377. April 27, 2014 "Lake Forest College active
378. May 1, 2014 "Martin Methodist College active
379. May 2, 2014 "SUNY Brockport active
380. Dr. Glenn O. Hilburn December 10, 2014 "Dallas Baptist University active
381. April 6, 2015 "Pace University active
382. April 12, 2015 Long Island University Post active
383. April 16, 2015 "Loyola University Maryland active
384. April 21, 2015 St. John's University - Staten Island active
385. April 24, 2015 "Pfeiffer University active
386. April 27, 2015 "Belmont University active
387. May 8, 2015 "SUNY Old Westbury active
389. June 6, 2015 "Norwich University active
390. November 20, 2015 "Weber State University active
391. March 15, 2016 "Southern Virginia University active
392. April 13, 2016 "New England College active
393. April 23, 2016 "Lycoming College active
394. April 27, 2016 "Agnes Scott College active
395. April 30, 2016 University of Nevada - Reno active
396. May 19, 2016 "Suffolk University active
397. October 20, 2016 "Western State Colorado University active
398. November 17, 2016 "University of Mary active
399. January 8, 2017 University of Saint Katherine active
400. February 24, 2017 "University of North Carolina at Greensboro active
401. April 9, 2017 "Purdue University Northwest active

Notable members[edit]

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Honorary members[edit]

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The Omicron Delta Kappa fountain on the campus of the "University of Maryland, College Park honors ODK members of the campus's chapter, including honorary member "Franklin D. Roosevelt.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Commemorating the Silver Anniversary, Omicron Delta Kappa Fraternity, 1914-1939"
  2. ^ "Women in ODK"
  3. ^ http://scdb.swem.wm.edu/?p=creators/creator&id=1083
  4. ^ Membership by Tapping Class: http://www.cyberbuzz.gatech.edu/odk/membership/membership_tapping80.htm
  5. ^ Membership by Tapping Class: 1970-1979: http://www.cyberbuzz.gatech.edu/odk/membership/membership_tapping70.htm

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