Hello all. My name is Kenny, and I am the Associate Member Counselor (AMC) of The Delta Chi Fraternity here at the University of Pittsburgh. I would first like to start by saying thank you for taking the time to look deeper into what it means to join Greek Life here at Pitt. Here within our brotherhood of Delta Chi, we pride ourselves on exhibiting what it means to be honorable examples of fraternity men by living our lives by the principles of friendship, honorable character, justice, and focused academics.
Since its founding in 1890 at Cornell University, Delta Chi has grown to more than 137 chapters and colonies across North America and has initiated more than 95,000 men. I encourage you to contact either myself, or anyone else within the fraternity, if you think that you would be interested in joining something bigger than yourself.
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Each member of Delta Chi must understand and support the three-fold obligation of membership:
Delta Chi currently holds the highest GPA out of all Pitt fraternities of 3.451 -- A minimum GPA of 2.50 will be required to receive a bid.
Associate Member dues consisting of insurance fees and costs for badge, cornerstone, and miscellaneous expenses are paid in a timely manner.
Being a member of a Delta Chi means that your actions reflect on others. Social and fraternity events follow Delta Chi's risk management policy.
Learn more about the University of Pittsburgh chapter of Delta Chi at our about page.
If you want to get more information about Delta Chi, please take a few minutes and fill out the form below. Your information will be sent to our President and our Recruitment Chair.