On April 18, after a year of hard work and dedication to the principles and ideals of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, the 40 members of the North Carolina Zeta Colony became Brothers in the Bond at Campbell University. With General Council Members-at-Large Morris “Moe” Stephens and Sparky Reardon presiding over the installation weekend, the brothers of the newly minted chapter were entrusted with the secrets of The Bond and given the charge to continue their inspiring work as brothers of Phi Delta Theta.
North Carolina Zeta’s establishment as an official chapter is but a continuance of their commitment to strengthening and defining what Phi Delta Theta stands for to the Campbell University community. The brothers of the chapter, with their dedication to The ALS Association, have committed to supporting several philanthropic organizations and service projects in an effort to benefit Campbell University and the surrounding community of Buies Creek.
In accordance with Phi Delta Theta’s Strategic 10-Year Plan, Phi Delt 2020 and its growth initiative, Phi Delta Theta is currently executing expansion strategies that culminate in seven chapter installations annually and 200 chapters by 2018. The installation of North Carolina Zeta was the fourth chapter installation of 2015, and the Fraternity currently has 180 active chapters and 10 colonies.