Founded upon the values of Truth, Honor, and Personal Integrity, Chi Phi was established on December 24, 1824. Chi Phi remains the oldest College Social Fraternity in the Nation. We pride ourselves on our diversity as a Chapter and take pride in the experiences and skillsets one learns. The ideals and values instilled in a Chi Phi transform him into a young man not only ready for the work force, but for leading a strong well-rounded life. The Omega chapter promotes an environment that aims to mold our brothers into leaders by becoming involved not only within the chapter but also on campus and within the community. Our brothers are involved in a variety organizations that include the Ramblin’ Reck Club, Rugby Team, FASET, Air Force ROTC, GT Ambassadors, Lacrosse Team, Sky Diving Club, and Connect with Tech. Academics are extremely important to the brothers at Chi Phi. Brothers sign up for classes together, study together and hold each other accountable, while the chapter rewards those with outstanding grades and creates incentives to do well. Our social calendar provides a great balance to the rigorous academia of Georgia Tech with activities such as Formals, date nights, band parties, camping trips, and brotherhood bonding events like rock climbing and ropes courses. Not all planning efforts are centered around social activities. Chi Phi also instills the importance of giving back to the community through various service projects throughout the year. Our two main philanthropy events include Halloween for Hunger to collect canned goods in the fall and the All-Greek Chili Cook-Off in the spring that benefits the Boys and Girls Club of Atlanta. Halloween for hunger involves all the brothers dressing up and trick-or-treating for canned goods to benefit the food bank of Atlanta. Chi Phi gives all its members not only a life transforming experience, but a family and home away from home. We invite you to stop by and see what the oldest college social Fraternity in the nation has to offer you.