Phi Delta Theta
Welcome to Phi Delta Theta Fraternity at the University of Washington! Phi Delta Theta International Fraternity was founded December 26, 1848 at Miami University (Ohio) on the principles of Friendship, Sound Learning and Moral Rectitude. Locally, the Washington Alpha chapter was installed in 1901 at the University of Washington and is one of the oldest fraternities on campus. Numerous Olympic, NBA and NFL athletes, Fortune 500 company founders and civic leaders across the nation have passed through the doors of the historic chapter house. UW Phis have been in the Governors mansion (Washington Governor Booth Gardner), in the daily comic section (Hank Ketchum, creator of Dennis the Menace), and at the cutting edge of technology and commerce (K2 Founder William Kirschner and Tully's Coffee Founder Tom O'Keefe). Currently there are approximately 3,500 Phi Delta Theta alumni living within 25 miles of Seattle, with two alumni clubs that meet regularly throughout the year.
The Chapter was reorganized in the fall of 2009 in order to re-establish Phi Delta Theta's historic status as a top house at UW. We are recruiting campus leaders, scholars, and atheletes who want to make a lasting impact and "Become the Greatest Version of Yourself".
Don't forget to check out our page at Phideltatheta.org
For more info, or to learn about how our Rush process works please contact Brian Carpenter (see below)