Phi Gamma Delta is committed to building courageous leaders through excellent academics, campus involvement, philanthropy and brotherhood. Each day, our brothers set out to better themselves not only in the classroom, but as young men beginning their professional careers. We find the value in a well-rounded lifestyle including extra-curriculars, studies, on campus jobs, and social events.
Our brothers are currently involved in TCU Ambassadors, The Energy Club, TCU Athletics, various programs within the Neeley School of Business, TCU Campus Recreation and Wellness Center, Club Lacrosse, IFC, and many other organizations on and off campus.
The Tau Chi Chapter places a high value on academics, which is reflected by our top-5 finish among all fraternities at TCU with regard to GPA. Our brothers represent almost every college offered by TCU and demonstrate academic excellence every time they step into the classroom.
Our chapter is very active socially as well. We have placed an emphasis on a "Work Hard, Play Hard" motto, as we appreciate getting the opportunity to enjoy fellowship amongst brothers and close friends. In our free time, we enjoy having brotherhood events on the weekend which consists of spending quality time with one another while watching sports, having basketball tournaments, playing paintball, and touring professional athletic facilities.
The Tau Chi Chapter
To be an active, vital force of men who courageously live our values and make a positive impact on college and community.
Phi Gamma Delta unites men in enduring friendships, stimulates the pursuit of knowledge, and builds courageous leaders who serve the world with the best that is in them.
The six Founders came together to form the first chapter at Jefferson College in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania on May 1, 1848. Since then, the fraternity has grown to become a nationally-recognized fraternity boasting over 140 undergraduate chapters and 60 graduate chapters. As of writing, there have been over 201,000 brothers initiated with over 10,000 active undergraduate brothers and 131,000 living alumni.
The History of Phi Gamma Delta