Mission Statement

Phi Delta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. strives to foster men who work to empower Asian Americans and serve as leaders in their communities with Selflessness, Integrity, and Dedication.

Fraternity Foundation

The founders of Phi Delta Sigma Fraternity first crossed paths as members of Interest Group of Maryland (I.G.M), whose main goal was to bring a new fraternity to the University of Maryland at College Park. Upon socializing and networking with many other organizations including the Greek community, they gained knowledge as well as experience regarding Greek life, leadership, and philanthropy. Unfortunately, due to a conflict of interest among the members, I.G.M. disbanded in the fall semester of 2006.

However, Dominick Pham, Dennis Nguyen, Eugene Chuang, Dennie Park, Michael Gu, Spencer Nguyen, and Patrick Kwon still had a passion to bring a fraternity on campus by forming their own brotherhood. Taking what they learned throughout the two years of I.G.M. and incorporating what they viewed was most important about the bonds of brotherhood.

Establishment on Campus

The seven founders envisioned a loyal brotherhood committed to service and philanthropy, bringing awareness of issues in the Asian American community, and developing each member’s skills to better prepare themselves for future endeavors. They regarded honor, virtue, and brotherhood as not just words in the motto, but instead the core foundations of the fraternity.

Phi Delta Sigma Fraternity was founded on August 7th, 2007 at the University of Maryland, College Park. We were incorporated in the States of Maryland on January 24th, 2008. Today, Phi Delta Sigma Fraternity is active at University of Maryland, College Park with a colony chapter at Brown University and a network of over one-hundred active and alumni brothers in ten different states. Phi Delta Sigma is open to individuals of all backgrounds who are interested in joining this brotherhood.

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