The unofficial Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) motto is, “Not for college days alone”. FIJI exists to promote lifelong friendships, to reaffirm high ethical standards and values, and to foster personal development in the pursuit of excellence.

At the University of Michigan, FIJI embodies these values through a strong alumni community. In the Metro Detroit area alone, there are over 500 active FIJIs. Graduate brothers actively engage with the undergrads through such committees as the Board of Chapter Advisors and the Phi Gamma Delta Housing Corporation. There are also opportunities to network through smaller committees and larger fraternity events.

The Alpha Phi Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta in Ann Arbor maintains a rich alumni tradition. Each year, the undergrad chapter hosts the Chuck Norris Pig Dinner, a FIJI tradition which is the longest-running graduate across all fraternities nationwide. The graduate brothers join the undergrads at the chapter house for a night of stories and ceremonies to celebrate a tradition that has existed for over 120 years.

To learn more about the graduate brother community, check out our Alumni blog.

Last modified: December 26, 2023

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