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Alpha Phi Delta is a lifelong national fraternity of men dedicated to academic excellence, leadership in campus activities, diversity, and community service. With over 85 years as a member of the Greek Community at Penn State, Chi Chapter of Alpha Phi Delta has exceled in such events as Homecoming and the Dance Marathon, while making a positive impact through charitable activities. Values of the Fraternity include honor, integrity, unity, respect, forming a brotherhood that is beneficial to the overall strength of the group, as well as developing the individuality of college men.
While Alpha Phi Delta upholds its Italian-American heritage, the organization is composed of college men from many various religious and ethnic backgrounds. We believe that by understanding what our founders went through will help us to understand the ideals of equality. The fraternity welcomes undergraduates from all nationalities and ways of life.
The history of Alpha Phi Delta from the founding, onward to 1973, is detailed meticulously in The History of Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity, written and edited by Stanley W. Raffa. The dedication, written by Rev. Salvatore J. Federici, is perhaps the best description of the formation of our Fraternity that can be offered.
The Creeds of Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity
The following Creeds of Alpha Phi Delta were adopted at the time of our founding and reflect our goals and ideals as a fraternity. Though drafted years ago, in a world much different than ours, they are an example of timeless ideals.
|Last Updated ( Tuesday, 08 December 2015 )|