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- Car Accessories
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- Stationery & Desk Items
- Big & Little
Why Shop the Delta Upsilon Store?
When you care deeply about your fraternity, you want to make sure that anything you buy to represent it is authentic and high-quality. Here at Greek U, we’re proud to offer the largest assortment of Delta Upsilon merchandise you’ll find on the web. Even the most discerning Delta Upsilon member will love our huge selection of gifts and merchandise, perfect for getting something special for yourself or a friend.
Looking for something to keep you warm on chilly spring walks to class? Look no further than our Delta Upsilon sweatshirts, which are available in a large variety of sizes, colors, and styles. When it comes to finding high-quality Delta Upsilon apparel, you can trust that Greek U has the best selection on the web.
We also have unique Delta Upsilon sunglasses, jewelry, Delta Upsilon graduation stoles (for that senior who’s about to take the stage), and dozens of different Delta Upsilon shirts, for charity events, fundraisers, or day-to-day wear.
All of these items and more are waiting for you in our selection of gifts and merchandise, perfect for any Delta Upsilon occasion. Remember: we’re always more than happy to help you order your Delta Upsilon gifts, so don’t hesitate to contact us for more information today.
The History of Delta Upsilon
Delta Upsilon was founded on the campus of Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts on November 4, 1834. While the fraternity got its start on private, New England campuses, it has since extended to maintain 76 chapters throughout the U.S. and Canada. Over the years, the fraternity has graduated a shocking number of notable and successful alumni, including U.S. President James A. Garfield, Canadian Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson, notable writer Kurt Vonnegut.
Delta Upsilon’s alumni also make up forty-two members of the U.S. Congress, three members of Canada’s Parliament, and even one member of the Imperial House of Peers in Japan. As if that weren’t enough, it is also home to six Nobel Prize winners, five Olympic gold medalists, and one Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient.