Phi Delta Psi

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Phi Delta Psi
ΦΔΨ
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Founded March 21, 1977; 37 years ago (1977-03-21)
Western Michigan University
Type Social
Motto All That We Put Into The Lives Of Others Comes Back Into Our Own
Colors Cardinal Red and Aztec Gold
Symbol Blazing Torch
Flower Red rose
Chapters 28
Nicknames Deuces, Flamethrowers, Phi-Men
Headquarters P.O. Box 3088
Southfield, Michigan, USA
Homepage Phi Delta Psi National Web Site

Phi Delta Psi (ΦΔΨ) is a social fraternity. It was founded March 21, 1977, on the campus of Western Michigan University.

Organizational philosophy[edit]

Phi Delta Psi was founded on the principles of eternal honor, perseverance, leadership, achievement and brotherhood. The founding fathers of the organization sought to create a fraternity that would meet the social, economic and political challenges of males. Phi Delta Psi places importance on their founders' mantra of community service for the benefit of their universities, families, communities and the world.

Induction policy[edit]

The founders of Phi Delta Psi felt that an intake process should be conducted for the purpose of developing men capable of supporting the ideals of the organization. It is the policy of the organization to induct members based on "the intelligence of their mind and content of character rather that the thickness of their hide."[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ History "Phi Delta Psi National Website" Accessed 2007-04-23.