It is my honor to welcome you to the Brotherhood of Phi Delta Chi. You have made a life changing decision to become part of the premiere pharmacy Fraternity that I can assure will bring you a lifetime of memories and benefits from being a part of. I want to thank you for your dedication during fraternal education. This process builds a foundation that all of our members build upon which is essential to the strength of our Brotherhood.
You will have countless opportunities during your collegiate years and beyond to network and collaborate with peers, faculty, alumni, and other pharmacists who are at the cutting edge of the profession within their specialties. Phi Delta Chi prides itself on our commitment to the development of your personal leadership and communication skills through programs offered by our foundation and through our very own Achievement Award Program. I encourage you to not only participate in these programs but also further yourself by volunteering to serve locally, regionally, and nationally in various leadership positions.
The Fraternity provides you with innumerable opportunities to serve. Whether through our national philanthropic partnership or educating & screening patients at a local health fair with distinguished practicing Brothers, you will have the chance to provide superior community and professional service through Phi Delta Chi. Your life will soon be enriched with lifelong friendships with Brothers from across the Nation. Get involved every chance you get. Remember that no matter where you go, when you meet a Brother you will meet a true friend. I can attest that the opportunities afforded to me through Phi Delta Chi have helped me become a well-connected professional, a strong leader, and an excellent pharmacist.
The Collegiate Affairs Team and I are dedicated to providing you with the resources you will need to maintain smooth chapter operations. In addition, we are always available to answer any questions you might have. Please do not hesitate to utilize these most valuable human resources and contact the Collegiate Affairs Director in your respective region.