Welcome to the home of Phi Delta Theta’s Alabama Beta chapter. Phi Delta Theta at Auburn University has been around since 1879, making Phi Delta Theta the longest, continuous running fraternity here at Auburn. We take pride in our history and strive every day to uphold the values we learn upon entering the fraternity.
Whether you are here to find out more information about Phi Delta Theta, interested in rushing Phi Delta Theta, or just want to see what the chapter is doing please feel free to tour our website and check back as updates are made frequently.
Phi Delta Theta was organized with three principle objectives: The cultivation of friendship among its members, the acquirement individually of a high degree of mental culture, and the attainment personally of a high standard of morality.
These objectives, referred to as the "Cardinal Principles," have guided over 229,000 men since 1848 when the Fraternity was founded at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
Phi Delta Theta teaches men that these areas of commitment, outlined in The Bond of Phi Delta Theta, are not to be viewed as separate ideals, but as areas of discipline for daily life. Developments intellectually, in leadership, and human service (to name a few) are vital to the men of Phi Delta Theta. A member will support, and in turn have the support of, his brothers as these principles are lived out.
Alabama Beta brings home national awards:
We are excited to announce that the Alabama Beta chapter of Phi Delta Theta received these national awards from Phi Delta Theta.
Hayward S. Biggers Ritual Award
We are grateful for all the time and effort put in by countless alumni and members of our house corporation board. Below is a link The Scroll Extra where the awards are presented. The chapter is also nominated for The Phoenix Trophy (most improved chapter nationaly).