The Omega Tau Sigma Eta chapter is a professional veterinary fraternity devoted to serving the UGA College of Veterinary Medicine and Athens community through philanthropy, service, and fellowship.
In 2011, after welcoming the largest pledge class in chapter history with 59 new members, the Eta chapter was named the recipient of the T.C. Fitzgerald Memorial Progress Award at the 2011 Omega Tau Sigma Grand Council Convention. This marks the first national award received by UGA OTS in more than a decade, and serves as both an exciting and humbling experience for our chapter as we now aim our sights at competing to be the nation’s most outstanding chapter.
About the Chapter House
With a house located just 150 yards from the front door of the veterinary school, OTS has become an ideal place to relax and let loose from the stresses associated with full-time professional academia. Foosball, air hockey, darts, ping pong, video games, and billiards make the OTS basement the place to be on a Friday evening, after an anatomy test, or during a long Wednesday lunch break. The house is open to all members 24 hours a day, and also offers year-round lodging for five members and an extern.
Events and Community Service
OTS takes great pride in community service, supporting such outstanding causes as Vets for Pets and People, and the Buddy Christian Memorial Fund. We also host several functions where the CVM faculty, staff, and students get to interact beyond the confines of the classroom and clinics.
Other OTS events include monthly chapter meetings, game nights, '80s party with Velvet Runway, pig roasts, football tailgates, a Chili Cookoff and Cornhole tournament, Initiation Night, Christmas potluck dinner, spring semester’s White Carnation Formal, and Braves date night.
To inquire about OTS activities, our chapter in general or for information about living at the house please don’t hesitate to contact one of our officers. In addition, you may learn more about our events and chapter by visiting otseta.org.
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