Why would anyone volunteer to oversee our fraternity?

Could volunteering with your brothers really lead to a longer life?

According to a recent article by the Wall Street Journal, volunteering could be good for your health – particularly once you’re retired. A study “involving more than 64,000 subjects age 60 and older from 1998 to 2010 has found results suggesting that volunteering slows the cognitive decline of aging.”

Let’s all take a minute to thank the guys for donating not only their precious time, but their talent and treasure as well. Why do they do it? Well, it’s all tied to science! Click "Read More" to see a list of our volunteer officers.

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Donors by Decade

Thank you for paying it forward!

We want to take a moment to thank our brothers on the all-time donor list for the annual fund. The all-time donor list includes any brother who has given back at some point since leaving campus. If you’re interested in how your decade has performed in all-time giving, here’s a breakdown:

All-Time Giving by Decade (Annual Fund)


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Click Read More to see the Current Giving year by decade!

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Phi Delta Theta Memories

What are the top 3 things you gained from Phi Delta Theta? One brother says: “I remember winning the musical portion of the Greek Week talent show in 1995 by playing the song “Piano Man.” I was a sophomore and it was my first year living in the House. I had the entire Newport Hall crowd of 2,000 people holding their beers up in the air… singing along. It was the first time I truly felt like a celebrity.”

We want to hear your favorite Phi Delta Theta memories, and get your advice on how to improve our alumni programs. Take our quick four-minute survey here.