The William H. Hall Chapter of the Year Award recognizes the most outstanding fraternity at The Ohio State University. This year’s Chapter of the Year was awarded to Delta Theta Sigma (DTS) from The College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.
To be considered for the award, an organization must excel in the categories of scholarship, recruitment, citizenship, member development, community service, philanthropy, and the Standards of Excellence set forth by OSU Greek Life administration. The selection process is based upon the responses in the annual chapter report, submitted by the president at the end of the Fall semester, and other award applications related to the mentioned categories. The finalist chapters are interviewed by a panel, which then makes the final selection.
“The men of Delta Theta Sigma are very excited about this recognition and our current and future standings and endeavors,” 2012-13 DTS President Austin Kirk noted. "We will continue to proudly represent our organization, The College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, and The Ohio State University as we constantly improve and positively affect our membership and those around us, as a fraternity at Ohio State.”