Gamma Theta—Moving Forward
Completion of Capital Campaign Sets the Course for the Future
Our campaign for Gamma Theta, Building on a Tradition of Excellence, ended August 31, 2018. Although final results are not in yet as we continue to receive pledges and donations, we would like to thank everyone who supported the cause. We officially began the campaign in September 2014, setting a lofty goal of $3.225 million. To date, we have raised nearly $2.3 million from 240 generous alumni and friends. Thank you to all who have supported the campaign. We would have not have come this far without you.
Even though our formal campaign has ended, that doesn’t mean our needs have been met. We still must pay off the mortgage, help with maintenance for the house, and be able to provide scholarships. Contributions can still be made online at https://contributions.omegafi.com/contributions/product/1488-alpha-tau-omega-gamma-theta/. We are looking for volunteers to serve as mentors to the undergraduates to offer guidance in their professions, career counseling, or to speak to the chapter about profession experience. Another volunteer opportunity would be to serve on the Board of Trustees or a BOT subcommittee. If interested in volunteering, please reach out to Matt Olson ’02 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Moving forward, we will continue to issue semiannual A-Tau Observer newsletters, including information on the active chapter, personal alumni news, photos from alumni activities, and ways to get involved. If you have a great story about your time at 1433 R. Street that you think others would like to hear, photos from recent alumni gatherings or your days as an undergraduate, or simply want to let us know what you’re up to, please feel free to share with us. We welcome your suggestions. Send all information to the Nebraska Gamma Theta of Alpha Tau Omega, P.O. Box 22157, Lincoln, NE 68542.
Thank you again for your support of the campaign and your ongoing support of Gamma Theta.
Love and Respect,
Robert Mitchell ’77
Brad Tolstedt ’77