The Chi Deuteron Chapter of

Phi Gamma Delta

at Kansas State University

Phi Gamma Delta, also known as FIJI, was founded in 1848 at Jefferson College in Cannonsburg, Pennsylvania. The six original founders had common ambitions and goals. They wanted men of distinguished attributes, high ambitions and honor in their secret society. From these original ideas, Phi Gamma Delta has grown to more than 130 undergraduate chapters and colonies in the United States and Canada.

Phi Gamma Delta has been recognized on the Kansas State University campus since 1968. Our graduate and undergraduate membership now exceeds 500. Present membership in the house represents a wide variety of geographic locations across Kansas and the United States.

One of the benefits of membership in Phi Gamma Delta is the building of friendships based upon brotherhood, a kind of friendship which rises above any intellectual or social differences. The term "alumni" is commonly used to describe those who were once active members of a fraternity. We use the term "Graduate Brother" because while one may leave college, a FIJI is a brother for life.

Our website is currently under construction.

Logan Shetlar

Chapter Treasurer

(785) 577-3151 cell

lshetlar@k-state.edu

Blake Benton

Recruitment Chairman

(316) 208-3333 cell

blake16@k-state.edu

Nick Swickard

Chapter President

(913) 832-9810 cell

nswic@k-state.edu

The Chi Deuteron Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta, 1919 Hunting Avenue, Manhattan, KS 66502

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