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You already know the impact Greek life has—because you lived it. The term ‘social fraternity’ might give the impression that the Greek experience is superficial. But research shows that personal connections and friendships are the key to happiness.  

These lifelong relationships are only part of what makes the fraternity experience so transformational. From our career trajectories to our family’s values, our Chi Chapter experience played a key role. Our experiences helped make us into the people we are today.  

Here is an eBook of some of the best responses to recent a survey of Greek communities across the country. These quotes illustrate why Greek life is and will remain a key part of the higher education experience. Click HERE to read the eBook and keep reading to see what Chi Chapter members had to say. 

  

"The most valuable part of any DTD experience is brotherhood and a lifelong commitment to them and a chapter organization.” - Niles Keeran ‘77 

  

"The most valuable part of my DTD experience was the wonderful friends I had in the Delts and the wonderful support from the Delt alums in helping me in my job search while in B-school.” - Jeffrey A. Walker ‘74 

  

"I feel that being a Delt was an important part of my college life. Lifelong memories." - Daniel Smith ‘59 

  

"The most valuable part of my DTD experience is the brotherhood and sense of belonging to, and contributing to, something greater than one's self.” - Peter Dolan ‘81 

  

"My life would not be the same if I did not have the opportunity to be a DeltMy DTD experience is a lifelong commitment. While I had the most fun I've ever had as an undergraduate Delt, the most valuable part of my DTD experience is now being part of our Young Alumni Association and giving back to the next generation of Delts. Daniel Glaser ‘13 

  

"The most valuable part of my DTD experience was the personal growth catalyzed by close connections and difficult conversations with a group of people who genuinely care and are invested in one another.” - Jonathan Lawrence ‘09 

 

"I made a set of lifelong friends, and the Internal Politics of a fraternity turned out to be a microcosm of the real world, hence good hands on experience for the real world. We should be making sure that others have the opportunity to have these positive experiences." - Mr. William Yost ‘68 

 

"I believe that the most valuable experience for me was learning how to lead within a collaborative context. The Brotherhood of Chi is very special and it taught me a great deal about how to lead within the context of relational trust.” - William Taylor ‘85 

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