Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) Fraternity

Gamma Rho Chapter

Phi Gamma Delta's growth and development is not just a part of the tale but a continuous theme that builds our dynamic individually and collectively. Perseverance is a state of being and the brothers of this organization live to press on in life, relationships and character.

For Grand Valley State University, Phi Gam’s history is a bit more recent. Colonized in April 2014, the Gamma Rho chapter of Phi Gamma Delta has devoted itself to brotherhood, service, scholarship, and courageous leadership.

Academically, Phi Gamma Delta recently received high regards as the number one fraternity in scholarship and fourth overall in the Greek community. Nationally, the Fraternity honors scholarship through monetary support like the AAA scholarship for any man who joins the brotherhood and obtains a 3.2 in their pledging semester.

National Website:

Fiji Brothers 2019 Greek Week

Fraternity Facts

Nickname: Fiji, Phi Gam

Motto: Friendship, the sweetest influence.

Colors: Royal Purple and White

Symbol/Mascot: Black Diamond with White Star

Flower: Purple Clematis 


Fiji Brothers Fall 2018 Bid Night

More Facts

Founded Nationally: May 1st, 1848, at Jefferson College

Founded at GVSU: October 22nd, 2016

National Philanthropy: United Service Organizations

Local Philanthropy: The Purple Mitten

National Publication: The Phi Gamma Delta Magazine

Principles/Values: Friendship, Knowledge, Service, Morality, and Excellence

Fraternity & Sorority Life is a part of the Office of Student Life, which is a department of the Division of Student Affairs of Grand Valley State University.

Page last modified January 27, 2022