Phi Delta Theta

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True Blue Accreditation Status: Does Not Meet Expectations
Does Not Meet Expectations Defined: The chapter strived to reach its goals but still has some work to do and needs to focus on improving the core areas of operation. "Does Not Meet Expectations" status does not reflect the loss of chapter privileges. Instead it reflects a time allocated for growth and achievement within the chapter. Chapters on "Does Not Meet Expectations" status will work with FSL staff to develop and implement a three year Chapter Development Plan.

Fall 2016 Cumulative GPA: 3.05
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Nationally Founded : December 26, 1848
Locally Founded : December 13, 2013
Local Website: N/A
Symbols: Sword and Shield
Flower: White Carnation
Colors: Argent and Azure
National Philanthropy: The ALS Association
Local Philanthropy: Fundraising event benefiting ALS
Number Initiated: 92
Twitter: @phideltmtsu
Instagram: @PhiDeltaThetaMTSU
Facebook: www.facebook.com/MTSUPhiDeltaTheta

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Additional Information: 
Phi Delta Theta was founded on December 26, 1848 in Oxford, Ohio at the University of Miami. Phi Delt was founded upon three cardinal principles -- friendship, sound learning and moral rectitude.

In the fall of 2012, the TN Eta chapter began its journey at MTSU as an interest group. On December 6, 2012, TN Eta was colonized with 34 men and continued its journey to become a chapter. Just over a year later, TN Eta became a chartered chapter with 43 brothers. The chapter currently has initiated 66 members, including alumni.

This group’s accomplishments are countless, and they include multiple top finishes in sorority philanthropy weeks, the top fraternity GPA over several semesters and well established recruiting techniques and campus connections. These young men are leaders in the community, the classroom, the field and in many other platforms. They show strength where they are offered the opportunity and continue to rise to the occasion. TN Eta continues its founding promise of challenging the "frat" stereotype and re-establishing what it means to be a fraternity man.

 

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