The Alpha Delta Fraternity was founded on August 4, 2007.The purpose of Alpha Delta shall be to assemble college men in a National Fraternal Order as envisioned by our spiritual founder Frank Reed Horton and the Boy Scouts of America. This Fraternity is dedicated to developing leadership among its brothers, forging the bonds of brotherhood regardless of race, creed or background and developing an understanding that service to mankind is not only an obligation, but a higher calling.
While appearing to be a relatively new fraternity, Alpha Delta has history and traditions at Duquesne University dating back over 50 years. Formerly the Pi Chi Chapter of the Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity, Pi Chi Chapter was chartered May 15, 1966 at Duquesne University. However, due to a split ideology between the Duquesne Chapter and the National Organization, Pi Chi Chapter seceded, joining more traditional chapters across the country in forming the Alpha Delta National Fraternity. With over 500 initiated alumni at Duquesne University alone, Alpha Delta is a historic part of the Duquesne University Greek Tradition
Duquesne's Pi Chi Chapter holds an annual event known as Bathtub Pull in order to raise money for their philanthropy, Vested Interest, an organization dedicated to providing police K-9's with bullet and stab proof vests.
These men pride themselves on respect and philanthropy.
Chapter President: Ted Klasnick
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