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Phi Mu Delta

  • Phi Mu Delta Coat of Arms
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Description

Phi Mu Delta (ΦΜΔ) is a small, national fraternity founded on March 1, 1918 at the Universities of Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Vermont. The fraternity is focused on the three ideals of democracy, service, and brotherhood.

Phi Mu Delta Badge
Phi Mu Delta Badge

History

Phi Mu Delta was originally derived from the National Federation of Commons Clubs (NFCC), which was formed at Wesleyan University in 1899. Clarence Dexter Pierce, one of the fraternity’s founders, petitioned the NFCC to form a Greek letter fraternity at the 1918 NFCC meeting. Four colleges initially agreed to join the organization, the University of Vermont, the University of New Hampshire, the University of Connecticut and Union College. Union College’s Commons Club members later decided against joining, so there were only three founding chapters.

The fraternity expanded slowly during the 1920s, merging or expanding to seven additional chapters by 1930. Expansion was slowed during the great depression. Phi Mu Delta merged with another fraternity, Delta Alpha Pi, gaining three chapters, all of which closed shortly afterward. In 1936 one of the founding chapters, the University of Vermont, also closed. By the end of World War II, the Connecticut chapter had also closed.

After the war, the fraternity expanded more rapidly, coinciding with a general increase in fraternity enrollment. This trend petered out by the late 1960s, and by the late 1970s the organization was making plans to shut down. A reorganization effort centered on the State College, Pennsylvania chapter, stabilized the fraternity, and prompted a resurgence in growth. It was at this time that the University of Vermont was recolonized. In the early 1980s, the organization rewrote its constitution. During the 1980s, the fraternity only gained one chapter (California University of Pennsylvania).

Since then the fraternity has expanded steadily. In 2009, the fraternity established an Executive Director position and moved its headquarters to Cherry Hill, New Jersey.

Read More History on Phi Mu Delta on Wikipedia

Phi Mu Delta (ΦMΔ)

  • Founded On: March 1st, 1918 – University of Connecticut
  • Type: Social Fraternity
  • Colors: White, Orange, White, & Black
  • Flower: N/A
  • Nicknames: PMD-Phi-Mu-Delta
  • Chapters: 14 Active Chapters, 5 Colonies
  • Website: www.phimudelta.org
  • Motto: Αδελφότητα, Υπηρεσία, τη δημοκρατία — “Brotherhood, Service, Democracy”

Phi Mu Delta’s Flag

Phi Mu Delta  

Official Colors

1st Color 2nd Color 3rd Color
Orange White Black

Details

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