Officer Resources

Resources by Position

President (“A”)

The role of the “A” of a Delta Chi chapter or colony is one of leadership, management and external communication with the Fraternity, the University and other individuals. He is also a member of the Alumni Board of Trustees. This position is suggested to be a one-year term and is best elected during the end of the fall semester/quarter. For a full officer description of the “A”, please refer to page 78 of theCornerstone.

Vice President (“B”)

The role of the “B” of a Delta Chi chapter or colony is one of committee oversight, chairing executive committee meetings, and internal communication among members and support alumni. This position is suggested to be a one-year term and is best elected during the end of the fall semester/quarter. For a full officer description of the “B” , please refer to page 79 of the Cornerstone.

Secretary (“C”)

The role of the “C” of a Delta Chi chapter or colony is one of record keeping, communication, and documentation among members and between the chapter/colony and Delta Chi Headquarters. This position is suggested to be a one-year term and is best elected during the end of the fall semester/quarter. For a full officer description of the “C” , please refer to page 79 of the Cornerstone.

Treasurer (“D”)

The role of the “D” of a Delta Chi chapter or colony is one of financial management, record keeping, collections, and documentation among members and between the chapter/colony and Delta Chi Headquarters. He is also a member of the Alumni Board of Trustees. This position is required by Delta Chi Law to be a one-year term and is best elected during the end of the fall semester/quarter. For a full officer description of the “D” , please refer to page 80 of the Cornerstone.

Alumni Secretary (“E”)

The role of the “E” of a Delta Chi chapter or colony is one of alumni communication, alumni event planning and Quarterly submission to Delta Chi Headquarters. This position is required by Delta Chi Law to be a one-year term and is best elected during the end of the fall semester/quarter. For a full officer description of the “E” , please refer to page 81 of the Cornerstone.