Phi Gamma Delta has been a part of Indiana University's campus since 1871 and has had a long history of community involvement, high moral values, and a strong sense of brotherhood. During the 2011-2012 school year, the brothers of the Zeta Chapter set the record for the highest semester GPA in house history with a 3.38.
The brothers have leadership positions and high involvement in many campus groups and activities; striving to have a positive effect on their campus and surrounding community. The bonds of brotherhood formed at Phi Gamma Delta will create lifetime friends and memories. Phi Gamma Delta, also known as "FIJI", provides each of its brothers with opportunities to develop leadership, scholarship, responsibility, and social skills.