Dear Potential New Member,


Congratulations on your decision to attend Mississippi State University. Deciding on where to attend college is one step in the process of determining the rest of your future. You are now faced with the question of what you want to do during the years you are in school and even beyond that. The Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta's goal is to mold young men into future leaders. We are looking for new members who are up to the challenge of maintaining our traditions of attaining high scholarship, being involved on campus, and giving back to the community around us. 


Phi Gamma Delta embodies every aspect that a fraternity can achieve. Our members excel in academics, intramural athletics, campus involvement, and community service, among many other things. Fiji give back in every way possible to the university and community in all that we do. With reasonable dues and perfect numbers for the all important aspect of brotherhood, Fiji is the place to be. Recruitment is the backbone of our fraternity, and we devote much time and effort into the selection of our members.We offer plenty to potential new members, including all inclusive rush trips throughout the summer in places such as Jackson, MS, the  beautiful Lake Pickwick, Atlanta, GA, for Braves baseball games, and the Gulf Coast for some fun in the sun. For every function, the chapter will provide transportation, lodging, and anything else you may need. The dates and events for our 2020 summer recruitment will be announced around February. We also offer a scholarship for incoming students from the fraternity itself. 


If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact our rush chairman or any of the rush team. Also please take the time to fill out our Recruitment Sign-Up Form to stay up to date on all recruitment events and information. We wish you the best of luck at Mississippi State University and look forward to meeting you soon.


Hail State, and Rush Fiji!


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"The forces that have been greatest in my life have been God and the college fraternity that molded me."


- Thomas R. Marshall, 28th Vice President of the United States, Governor of Indiana, (Wabash, 1873)