Fraternity: Phi Gamma Delta (Nickname-FIJI)
Address: 106 W. Water St. (on campus)
Nationally Founded: 1848
Number of Active Chapters: 103
National Website: http://www.phigam.org/
Locally Founded: 1858
Principles: Friendship, Knowledge, Service, Morality, Excellence
The Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta, also known as FIJI, is the second oldest Greek organization on campus. The Xi chapter has been in operation since its foundation, making it the longest continually open chapter in the nation. Our FIJI's are extremely active on campus through a myriad of service, athletic (both varsity and intramural), academic, and philanthropic venues. Our brothers strive to extol the founding principles of Friendship, Knowledge, Service, Morality, and Excellence not only on campus, but at home and abroad.
Our chapter's philanthropic endeavors over the academic year raise funds for The American Red Cross, National Leukemia Society, as well as multiple local foundations like the Adams County SPCA. Each semester a number of scholarships are awarded internally to brothers who strive in both academics and leadership. With one of the strongest Alumni Networks on campus, our brothers understand that FIJI is not for college days alone. This unique brotherhood will surely afford every FIJI invaluable global networking capabilities that will last a lifetime. Our chapter house (or "Lodge") can be found on campus adjacent to Glatfelter Hall. Phi Gamma Delta is dedicated to developing men of character within the academic setting, with the aim that they will become fully contributing members of society. Feel free to stop by during Rush, or speak with any of our brothers about questions you may have about the organization.