Phi Gamma Delta won “Most Improved Chapter” and "Most Outstanding Leadership Development" out of all Fraternities at the WPI IFC Greek Awards 2018
The Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) was established at Jefferson College in 1848 as a Greek letter, secret, social fraternity to foster core values of Friendship, Knowledge, Service, Morality, and Excellence. Since its founding in 1891, the Pi Iota Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) has remained committed to recruiting the best men on campus to further these values.
Today, the Brothers of FIJI strive to live the 5 core values of Phi Gamma Delta daily, which are Friendship, Knowledge, Service, Morality, and Excellence. We are a diverse house that allows us to grow and learn from each other in our daily lives. FIJI has been on this campus for over 127 years and continues to play an integral part in the WPI culture. We pride ourselves on continuing the legacy of the Pi Iota Chapter and continuing the upward march of humanity,
The “FIJI experience” is an exercise in the brotherhood of mankind- sharing and caring for each other, setting and achieving goals, accepting personal and group responsibility, and challenging each member to achieve his full potential and serve others with all that is in him.
November 20, 1891 at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, MA
May 1, 1848 at Jefferson College in Canonsburg, PA
Friendship, Knowledge, Service, Morality, Excellence
Phi Gamma Delta unites men in enduring friendships, stimulates the pursuit of knowledge, and builds courageous leaders who serve the world with the best that is in them.
BY THE NUMBERS
180,000+ initiated brothers since 1848
11,000+ undergraduate brothers in 152 Chapters and 13 Colonies
Becoming a Brother of Phi Gamma Delta provides many benefits