Phi Delta Theta will be on campus during the spring semester at Vanderbilt University rebuilding the Tennessee Alpha Chapter. We would love your help as our expansion team recruits the best leaders that Vandy has to offer.
How you can help
If you know undergraduate men at Vanderbilt who would be great re-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. 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 Tennessee Alpha New Member
Looking for an easy way to support the Fraternity’s return to Vanderbilt 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 Tennessee Alpha 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.
LiveLikeLou and Vanderbilt University Medical Center Announce $3.5 Million Campaign for ALS Research
The LiveLikeLou Foundation has announced its latest initiative, It’s a Whole New Ballgame for ALS Research. The $3.5 million campaign teams up with Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) to establish new, pre-clinical, and innovative science for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and funding the region’s most significant investment in ALS discovery. Tennessee Alpha and its members will have the opportunity to work directly with the campaign and ongoing growth of this exciting venture on campus.
All inquiries about the Fraternity’s return to Vanderbilt University can be sent to Phi Delta Theta Director of Talent Acquisition Jim Rosencrans.