List of Phi Gamma Delta Chapters and Colonies

List Of Phi Gamma Delta Chapters And Colonies

As of February 5, 2011, there are 123 active undergraduate chapters of Phi Gamma Delta and 21 colonies:

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List Of Phi Gamma Delta Chapters And Colonies - Chapter House Facts
... Alpha (Washington and Jefferson College) In the 160 years of Phi Gamma Delta's existence as of 2008, the current house located at 312 East Chestnut St ... Washington, Pa is only the fourth house that the chapter has called its home ... Gamma Phi (Penn State) The first known purpose-built fraternity house was built for Gamma Phi in 1889, one year after Gamma Phi was founded ...

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