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Phi Delta Theta
Why Shop the Phi Delta Theta Store?
Greek U is proud to offer the largest assortment of Phi Delta Theta apparel you’ll find anywhere on the web. Dedicated to quality, authenticity, and selection, we go the extra mile to help all our customers find exactly what they’re looking for, from gifts to one of our cozy Phi Delta Theta sweatshirts - perfect for an upcoming charity event or fundraiser.
Even the pickiest Phi Delta Theta members will love our huge selection of gifts and merchandise, including Phi Delta Theta sunglasses, perfect for your busy, on-the-go lifestyle, and, Phi Delta Theta graduation stoles, which are currently our most popular items with seniors.
We also carry a wide selection of Phi Delta Theta shirts, available in an assortment of sizes, colors, and styles, so they’re guaranteed to fit you or a friend.
All of these and more are waiting for you in our extensive selection, perfect for any Phi Delta Theta occasion. Shop the store today or contact our staff for help finding your perfect Phi Delta Theta gift!
The History of Phi Delta Theta
Phi Delta Theta was founded on the campus of Miami University in 1848. Today, the fraternity is headquartered in Oxford, Ohio and has more than 185 active chapters and colonies throughout 43 states in the U.S., as well as in five canadian provinces. Throughout its history, the fraternity has initiated more than 251,000 brothers, and currently boasts 142,000 living alumni. The fraternity’s charter house corporations own more than 135 houses with a total valuation of more than $141 million.
Phi Delta Theta’s mission statement is “The cultivation of friendship among its members, the acquirement individually of a high degree of mental culture, and the attainment personally of a high standard of morality.” The fraternity’s official philanthropy is The ALS Association, which it took up after its alumni Lou Gehrig, died of the disease. Before adopting The ALS Association as its official cause, the fraternity had no named philanthropy. Today, branches all across the country work to raise money annually for the foundation.
Additional notable alumni include Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd President of the United States, Burt Reynolds, notable actor, Frank Lloyd Wright, famous architect, Neil Armstrong, the first man to ever step foot on the moon, and John S. McCain Sr., a former U.S. Navy Admiral and grandfather to John McCain