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John Fenner

St. John's '20

Chapter Support Coordinator

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John Fenner, St. John’s ’20, serves as a chapter support coordinator. He earned a bachelor of science in business administration, management, and operations, followed by an MBA in strategic management and an MEd in higher education and higher education administration. John comes to GHQ from Millsaps College, where he was the coordinator for campus life. As an undergraduate, he served his New York Lambda Chapter as president. As an alumnus, he also served on the chapter advisory board for the chapter. John’s higher education experience and involvement at different levels of the Fraternity make him a valuable resource as he works with existing and emerging chapters on member accountability, operations, finances, and health and safety through chapter visits and remotely.

Why did you decide to work for Phi Delta Theta?

Phi Delta Theta has given so much to me, and I wanted the opportunity to live out the Phikeia Oath: “I now declare that I pledge myself and my services to the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity…” Phi Delt has transformed my personal and professional experiences, and I can’t wait to work with others who have our shared foundation of Friendship, Sound Learning, and Rectitude.

John works with:

  • Connecticut Alpha – Central Connecticut State University
  • Connecticut Gamma – University of Connecticut
  • District of Columbia Alpha – The George Washington University
  • Maryland Alpha – University of Maryland-College Park
  • Maryland Beta – McDaniel College
  • Maryland Delta – Johns Hopkins University
  • Maryland Gamma – Washington College
  • Massachusetts Epsilon – Northeastern University
  • Massachusetts Gamma – Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Massachusetts Zeta – University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Michigan Alpha – University of Michigan
  • Michigan Beta – Michigan State University
  • Michigan Delta – Kettering University
  • Michigan Eta – Western Michigan University
  • Michigan Zeta – Central Michigan University
  • New Hampshire Beta – Southern New Hampshire University
  • New Jersey Delta – Stockton University
  • New Jersey Epsilon – Montclair State University
  • New Jersey Gamma – Seton Hall University
  • New York Alpha – Cornell University
  • New York Eta – Rochester Institute of Technology
  • New York Kappa – Hofstra University
  • New York Lambda – St. John’s University
  • New York Mu – Long Island University – Post
  • New York Zeta – Colgate University
  • Nova Scotia Alpha – Dalhousie University
  • Ontario Alpha – University of Toronto
  • Ontario Beta – University of Western Ontario
  • Ontario Delta – York University
  • Ontario Epsilon – Carleton University
  • Ontario Eta – Queens University
  • Ontario Gamma – McMaster University
  • Pennsylvania Beta – Gettysburg College
  • Pennsylvania Delta – Allegheny College
  • Pennsylvania Eta – Lehigh University
  • Pennsylvania Gamma – Washington & Jefferson College
  • Pennsylvania Iota – University of Pittsburgh
  • Pennsylvania Lambda – Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • Pennsylvania Mu – Widener University
  • Pennsylvania Omicron – Shippensburg University
  • Pennsylvania Pi – Robert Morris University
  • Pennsylvania Rho – Carnegie Mellon University
  • Pennsylvania Sigma – Millersville University
  • Pennsylvania Zeta – University of Pennsylvania
  • Quebec Alpha – McGill University
  • Virginia Beta – University of Virginia
  • Virginia Eta – Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
  • Virginia Gamma – Randolph-Macon College
  • Virginia Iota – Old Dominion University
  • Virginia Kappa – Radford University
  • West Virginia Gamma – West Liberty University