Want to be a FIJI?
“We are not only recruiting men who we can identify with, but men we can see replacing ourselves as the future of Phi Gamma Delta.”
Phi Gamma Delta recruits year round, looking for men who exemplify our five values of friendship, knowledge, excellence, morality, and service. Thoughtful consideration goes into every bid extended. We are not only recruiting men who we can identify with, but men we can see replacing ourselves as the future of Phi Gamma Delta. The principles of our dynamic recruitment process stress the selection of individuals based on quality.
We encourage every potential member to meet with as many brothers as they can. Our recruitment events provide prospective new members the opportunity to meet brothers and learn about Phi Gamma Delta. Every brother has a say in the recruitment process, so prospective new members are encouraged to meet as many Fiji’s as they can.
Phi Gamma Delta’s pledge process gives each pledge the opportunity to become acquainted with the history and values of the fraternity before being initiated as a brother. The process includes formal education as well as informal brotherhood events which strengthen relationships between brothers and pledges. Getting to know undergraduate and graduate brothers is a critical part of becoming a brother as well as advancing the fraternity.
The pledge process is a positive learning experience designed to teach pledges about what it means to be a Fiji. Your pledge process should be remembered for your growth as a person and the new friendships you will develop. The pledge process is not a time for meaningless tasks; hazing is neither appropriate nor acceptable and has no contribution to the brotherhood of any fraternity.
Why go Greek?
A fraternity is an associations of men with common ideals and aspirations who seek to advance not only themselves but their brothers as well. Men in fraternities have on average higher GPA’s, become more involved on campus, and have a broad network of men to rely upon after graduation.