Phi Delta Theta will be on campus during the fall semester at George Mason University building the Virginia Lambda Chapter. We would love your help as our expansion team recruits the best leaders that George Mason University has to offer.
How you can help
If you know undergraduate men at George Mason who would be great founders of Phi Delta Theta, we would love to obtain your referral(s). Upon submitting a referral, our team will reach out to the individual to schedule an in-person meeting and discuss the benefits of the opportunity.
The Chapter Advisory Board
A great Chapter Advisory Board (CAB) is crucial to successful development of an emerging chapter. If you have interest in joining this advisory board and becoming a vital piece of the chapter’s development, please complete our volunteer interest form.
Our team will reach out to those interested to share more about our volunteer opportunities and connect you with those already in place. Our goal is to develop a diverse collection of volunteers: men/women, Phi Delts/non-Phi Delts, Phi Delts from multiple chapters, in-person/virtual, etc.
Sponsor a Virginia Lambda New Member
Looking for an easy way to support the Fraternity’s arrival at George Mason University? Phi Delta Theta now offers the opportunity to sponsor a new member from a chapter of choice. By making a contribution to sponsor a Virginia Lambda new member, you will help our recruitment efforts and the young men we recruit.
All transactions are non-tax deductible and are used to directly offset new member and initiation dues that are billed to the emerging chapter.
Are You an Interested Student?
Are you a student on campus who is interested in becoming a Founder of Phi Delta Theta? We love to chat with you about the unique opportunity to start a fraternity on campus alongside other leaders.
Follow the Project
Want to follow along with the project? General project updates and introductions to each founder can be seen on the Virginia Lambda Instagram account.
Meet the Project Lead – Robbie Nunes
Brother Robbie Nunes graduated with a BS in political science from Santa Clara University. He joined the California Omega emerging chapter in 2019 and served as the founding president until the chapter’s installation on April 10, 2021.
In addition to starting the California Omega Chapter at Santa Clara, Robbie was a founding member of the Santa Clara’s Mock Trial team, a research assistant for the Political Science Department, and the Chief Justice of the Associated Student Government at Santa Clara University.
Outside of work, Robbie enjoys listening to music, snowboarding, water polo, weight lifting, and staying up to date with American politics. His passion for service for others is why Robbie aspires to have a future in law and politics.
Why did you decide to work for Phi Delta Theta?
I decided to work for Phi Delt because I believe every man should have the opportunity to join the greatest brotherhood there is. The wisdom and friendship I have gained from working with Phi Delt have changed me for the better. These experiences have inspired me to give back to the organization that has given me so much. Working for Phi Delt is my opportunity to pay it forward to the next generation of Phi Delts across North America.