Submit A Referral

The Highest Recommendation There Is

We’re always looking for young men who have the character to make great Phi Delt brothers. If you know someone who would be a great Phi, please fill out the referral form below, and we will make sure that the respective recruitment chairman receives the information. We will also send an email with resources to the potential member.

Who knows, this may be the first step of a lifelong relationship!

Locate Phi Delt

Looking to join or engage with Phi Delta Theta? Explore our interactive map to find undergraduate chapters and First Thursdays with the Phis venues near you.

Get Involved

There are countless ways to engage and connect with the Phi Delt community. Find your path.

Member Development

Through leadership opportunities, in-person conferences, online learning, and mentorship, the Pursuit of Greatness program provides Phi Delts with opportunities to learn skills that employers value but aren’t available through the traditional college classroom experience.
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Alumni Engagement

Maintain a strong and meaningful connection with Phi Delt alumni, through events, networking and mentoring opportunities, and ongoing communication to foster a sense of community, brotherhood, and mutual support.
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There are many ways to volunteer with Phi Delt, and you do not need to be a member of the Fraternity to do so! We’d love to know where your interest lies, so we can lead you to opportunities that make sense for you.
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Supporting Phi Delta Theta ensures the next generation of college men is prepared to lead in any environment. We are grateful for your consideration of an annual donation to secure Phi Delt’s position as the pinnacle of college fraternities.
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Iron Phi

Join our community of athletes who are becoming philanthropists by setting personal athletic goals and raising valuable funds for ALS and Phi Delta Theta in the process.

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Live Like Lou

Join us as we support families affected by ALS, fund ALS research to find treatments or cures for Lou Gehrig’s disease, and honor Lou Gehrig’s legacy.

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