Gamma Theta Gamma’s passion is to maintain the level of excellence that our fraternity has been held to since 1920. We believe in excellence in service to the community, in the classroom, and in extracurricular activities.
TG is very active in involvement with charitable organizations. We have raised money for Jill Andolina (a cancer victim from Hornell). We’re very active in Relay for Life, we have donated money to Saint Jude’s Children Hospital with our brothers from Plattsburg (Nu Theta Gamma), and we have donated money to the United Way while helping set up for their annual Duck Race in Wellsville.
We were founded in 1920 and are Alfred State College’s first fraternity. The Theta Gamma house on campus was our first house and is currently used as the University Police Station. Many campus buildings are named after our brothers. For example, Paul B Orvis of the Orvis Gymnasium, and George S Robinson of Robinson-Champlin Hall, both of who were founding fathers of Gamma Theta Gamma.
Our fraternity is interested in hard workers, scholars, and Respectful Gentlemen. The type of men Theta Gamma brothers rush are men who are interested in developing themselves into gentlemen and helping with the continuing development of our fraternity as a whole.
Future events that we will be participating in are kickball in Hornell for the Concern for youth, this years Relay for life, kappa foot ball game, Spring Formal, and Clambake. In the future we plan to raise money with Psi Sigma Psi for wounded warriors and USO