- Totes & Bags
- Buttons & Magnets
- Stickers & Decals
- Car Accessories
- Graduation Stoles
- Fanny Packs
- Home Decor Gifts
- Paddles & Plaques
- Stationery & Desk Items
- Big & Little
Why Shop the Theta Chi Store?
Finding quality Theta Chi merchandise can be difficult. That’s why we’ve taken it upon ourselves to always stock the largest selection of authentic apparel on the web. Whether you’re looking for Theta Chi sweatshirts, in a variety of sizes, colors, and styles, or some versatile Theta Chi shirts to outfit your new pledges, Greek U has what you need.
Our selection doesn’t stop there, though: we also have a large assortment of Theta Chi merchandise, including drinkware, hats, sunglasses, paddles, graduation stoles, and a selection of Theta Chi jewelry, including tie clips, which are perfect as a gift!
No matter what you’re looking for, you can trust Greek U has it, and since we’re always happy to help you find exactly what you need, you can trust that your shopping experience will be fast, streamlined, and enjoyable every time. So whether you’re looking for that perfect gift for a hard-working graduate, or a bulk order of shirts to keep your brothers looking and feeling good, we’re your one-stop-shop for everything you need to look and feel the part of a true Theta Chi guy!
The History of Theta Chi
Theta Chi was founded April 10, 1856 on the campus of Norwich University in Norwich, Vermont. It’s a member of the North American Interfraternity Conference and has a base of more than 234 chapters, 8,000 collegiate members, and 184,000 lifetime members. The motto of the fraternity is “an assisting hand.”
Today, Theta Chi exists throughout the U.S. and Canada, and encourages its undergraduate members to take part in a large selection of leadership organizations, including Phi Beta Kappa, NCAA Athletics, and Omicron Delta Kappa. The fraternity officially supports the Wounded Warrior Project, The American Red Cross, Relay for Life, The Children’s Miracle Network, Habitat for Humanity, and a large selection of small nonprofits and organizations that work to support soldiers deployed overseas and their families.
The fraternity has graduated many distinguished alumni, including members of the armed service such as Captain James M. Burt, Purple Heart Recipient during World War II and Edward Bancroft Williston, Medal of Honor Recipient during the Civil War. Academy-Award Winning Director Steven Spielberg is also a graduate of the fraternity, as is Charles Addams, cartoonist for The New Yorker, Edgar Buchanan, actor, Phil Vassar, country music star, Luke Hancock, NCAA Forward, and Alan K. Saunders, Offensive Coordinator for the St. Louis Rams.