Pledge With The Rest? Or Associate With The Best!

So you're thinking about rushing, huh? Well you've made the first step and we know it can be a difficult one. Having to think about the next four years of your life and who much of it will be spent with can be somewhat mind-racking. However, hopefully we can clear up a lot of questions you might have about Lambda Chi Alpha and help you make the correct decision. Here you will be able to get contact information of our rush chairmen, so they can keep you informed about rush events and other things pertaining to Lambda Chi. We want to keep you as informed about the rush process as possible so it isn't a frantic confusing one. Also, the links below will provide you and even your parents information about who we are and what we have to offer. My one piece of advice I always give to potential rush kids is to just come over. The more you come over the more the brothers will get to know you. If the brothers know you and like you, it makes your experience at our house only better.


Get In Contact With Our Rush Chair!

Nick Rahn

Rush ChairNick Rahn is currently a Junior, from Fort Wayne, majoring in Health Management in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs. In his spare time, he usually cheers on his New Jersey sports teams or spends some time with his friends.

Nick Rahn-
(260) 271-9113



Formal Rush

Every fall, Indiana University and the Interfraternity Council hold a formal rush process that consists of several weeks of both formal and informal events. At Lambda Chi, we have a fraternal recruitment process of our own, and one of the best ways to get started with this process is to attend the kickoff meet and greet event at Dunn Meadow. If you interested in learning more about the Rush process or fraternity life general I recommend that you contact our Rush Chair and check out these websites:

  1. Interfraternity Council- http://www.iubifc.com/
  2. IU Going Greek FAQs- http://www.indiana.edu/~gogreek/faqs.html
  3. Office of Student Organizations and Leadership Development- http://sao.indiana.edu/greek.html