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Whether your son already has been pledged or initiated at one of our chapters or is considering doing so, we welcome the opportunity to let you know about our fraternity and answer questions that you might have.

Phi Gamma Delta currently has chapters and colonies on over 108 campuses throughout the United States and Canada. Founded in 1848, our fraternity has a long history with great traditions and many famous members. 

We are proud of our heritage, but you are probably most concerned with the experience your son will have in Phi Gamma Delta during his current college years. Please review our Membership Development information to see how the Fraternity’s programs and activities reinforce our values of Friendship, Knowledge, Service, Morality and Excellence.

You also will want to read about the work of the Phi Gamma Delta Educational Foundation, which supports our undergraduate members through grants for alcohol education and leadership programming and through scholarships and fellowships. The Foundation’s Academic Achievement Awards (AAA) provide a scholarship of $250 to each newly initiated member who achieves at least a 3.0 GPA during his pledging term. This program is unique among fraternities.

We know that many parents and prospective members have questions about the pledging experience. That experience in Phi Gamma Delta should be positive and productive. Each chapter’s pledge program should emphasize a sound academic grounding and the development of friendships among all pledges and initiated members. There is no place for hazing in Phi Gamma Delta. If you ever have any concern about your son’s pledging experience, you are urged to contact our Chapter President or the National Executive Director Bill Martin available by phone at (859) 255-1848 ext. 135.

Thank you for taking the time to inform yourself about Phi Gamma Delta. 

Parents Introduction     About Phi Gamma Delta     Membership Development     Educational Foundation

Information collected from the National Website at www.phigam.org

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