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Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity
 


All Mail to:                         Office of Student Life
Suite:                                  N/A
President:                          John Provident,  jmpst251@mail.rmu.edu

Chapter:                             Delta Upsilon Chapter

National Founding:           November 5, 1914 at Syracuse University
Local Chartering:              February 22, 2014

National Philanthropy:     Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)

National Website:              http://www.apd.org/
Chapter Website:               N/A
Facebook:                          Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity RMU
Twitter:                               @apd_rmu

Alpha Phi Delta is a lifelong national fraternity of men dedicated to academic excellence, leadership in campus activities, diversity, and community service. 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 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.

  1. The unstinted contribution to the development of democratic ideals.
  2. The instillation in the minds of its members of the need to foster and develop the highest and noblest traits of man.
  3. The development of the common bond.
  4. The development and perpetuation of friendships formed during college days.
  5. The demonstration that pride in ancestry can strengthen one's faith in America.
  6. The knowledge that culture can be and is essential to civilization.
  7. The advancement of the fact there is really no segregation and that all members are Americans.