Nu-Xi Chapter at Stephen F. Austin State University

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Stephen F. Austin State University

Nu-Xi Chapter at Stephen F. Austin State University
Founded: February 13, 1971
City: Nacogdoches
State: TX
Zip Code: 75965
Phone: 713-314-7879
Prytanis (Chapter President): Lawrence Moore
Board of Advisor Chairman: Gregory S. Powell
Chapter Advisor: Gary Mayer
Chapter Email:
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Recent News

Stephen F. Austin Tekes Raise $3,200 for Charity

Published On: 3/2/2016

The Nu-Xi chapter at Stephen F. Austin State hold Miss Greek pageant to support Mothers Against Drunk Driving.

Leadership Academy XXVII Graduates 72

Published On: 6/20/2013

The 27th Annual Charles R. Walgreen, Jr. TKE Leadership Academy graduated 72 Fraters from across the United States and Canada.

TKE Nation Scorecards

Published On: 4/22/2013

UPDATED - Where does your group rank in TKE Nation? Below you will find each Chapter and Colony ranked in order of their Key Result Area's (KRA's). These rankings are based on the Chapter or Colony's "Scorecard" percentage.

Frater Willie Nelson Urges US Congress to Help Prevent Hepatitis C

Published On: 12/2/2008

WASHINGTON, D.C. - In an open letter to the United States Congress, Frater Willie Nelson (Nu-Xi, Stephen F. Austin State Univ.) urged them to help in the prevention of Hepatitis C.

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