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Delta Chi

Delta Chi was nationally founded in 1890 by eleven law students at Cornell University who initially intended to form a Law Fraternity. In 1922, the Fraternity officially went “general,” and thus opened up its membership to men in all areas of study. At Augusta University, Delta Chi was founded in 1983.

According to the Delta Chi Preamble, the four most important, relevant, and representative words of Delta Chi as a fraternity are “Promote,” “Develop,” “Advance,” and “Assist.” “Delta Chi” prides itself on not simply being about what “is” but about what members should “be doing.” Delta Chi believes that it is their actions that makes them the fraternity they are, both nationally and on-campus.


Additional Information

NICKNAME
Delta Chi
NATIONAL FOUNDING
Cornell University on October 13, 1890
AUGUSTA UNIVERSITY FOUNDING
1983
COLORS
Red & Buff
FLOWER
White Carnation
SYMBOL
Knight-errant
MOTTO
"Leges" or "Law"
PHILANTHROPY
The "V" Foundation

Questions about Delta Chi at Augusta University? 

Contact Paul Kelton, pkelton@augusta.edu