Armstrong State University


Contact: Omar Nevarez, Director of Expansion

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PARSIPPANY, NJ — The National Executive Board of Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity Inc. proudly welcomes Armstrong State University in Savannah, Georgia as the newest institution to offer membership to our extraordinary brotherhood. The Fraternity congratulates the new colony’s 4 founding brothers:

Noe Paramo
Rolando Zenteno
Jay-Ce Heisig
Emmanuel Diaz

These four men have worked tirelessly during the past year to bring Lambda Theta Phi to their campus, and have created a lasting bond of Brotherhood that they will carry well beyond their college careers.

Armstrong State University Colony is the 131st undergraduate entity of Lambda Theta Phi, and its fifth in the state of Georgia.

The Brotherhood also wishes to recognize the brothers who devoted their time, energy and passion to expanding the reach of Lambda Theta Phi and the Latino Greek Movement. Thank you to Induction Officer Samuel Aguilar (Gamma Epsilon, Spring 2011), Assistant Induction Officer Hector Gutierrez (Gamma Rho, Fall 2010), brothers Brian Nuñez (FB Delta Zeta, Summer 2012), Leri Argueta (Delta Zeta, Fall 2013), Takeo Garcia (FB Delta Zeta, Summer 2012) , Juan Barboza (Gamma Pi, Spring 2011), Calvin Correa (Gamma Epsilon, Spring 2011), Zach Navejas (Gamma Rho, Fall 2013), and the brothers of Georgia Sector 1 for leading the four new brothers, and their new colony, into the Brotherhood.


Founded on December 1, 1975 at Kean University in Union, New Jersey, Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity, Inc. is the first nationally recognized Greek-letter organization founded as a Latin fraternity. The membership of Lambda Theta Phi is open to all college men who support its values of scholarship, respect for all cultures, community service, and the advancement and fair treatment of Latinos in the United States. Lambda Theta Phi was the first Latin Fraternity to be recognized by the North-American Inter-Fraternity Conference (NIC), a member of the National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO), and has over 140 chapters and colonies across the United States. More information about Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity, Inc. can be found at, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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