List of Phi Gamma Delta members

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Over the years, many members of the Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta (also known as FIJI) have gained notability in their chosen fields. Examples include one U.S. President (Calvin Coolidge), four U.S. Vice Presidents, eleven Presidential Medal of Freedom recipients, five Medal of Honor recipients, six Pulitzer Prize winners, two Nobel Prize winners, over 80 competitors in the Olympic Games (of which at least 28 Fijis have won at least 37 medals), and at least seven billionaires.


Civil service[edit]


Media and literature[edit]


Science, technology, and medicine[edit]

Presidential Medal of Freedom recipients[edit]

Medal of Honor recipients[edit]

Nobel Prize winners[edit]

Pulitzer Prize winners[edit]

General officers[edit]

These are notable members who have achieved the rank of Brigadier General, Rear Admiral (lower half), (or the equivalent) or higher in the United States military.

Liberty ship namesakes[edit]

"Liberty ships" were cargo ships built rapidly in the United States in order to transport supplies overseas during World War II. Over 2700 Liberty ships were made, and several were named after members of Phi Gamma Delta. These include:


Matthew Wolff (Oklahoma State ) ; PGA golfer

Fijis in sports halls of fame[edit]

Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York

Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts

Canadian Football Hall of Fame in Hamilton, Ontario

College Football Hall of Fame in South Bend, Indiana

National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in Baltimore, Maryland

National Wrestling Hall of Fame in Stillwater, Oklahoma

Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio

United States Bicycling Hall of Fame in Bridgewater Township, New Jersey

United States Olympic Hall of Fame

World Golf Hall of Fame in St. Augustine, Florida

Super Bowl participants[edit]

Presidents of the Boy Scouts of America[edit]

Three Fijis have been President of the Boy Scouts of America:

Other notable Phi Gams[edit]


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