Robert "Noah" Perry
Phi Gamma Delta has a tradition of excellence at Georgia Tech. Founded in 1848 on the values of Friendship, Knowledge, Service, Morality, and Excellence, we seek to instill these values by molding men into gentlemen of quality. FIJIs lead a variety of campus organizations including FASET, SGA, Student Foundation, IFC, and Connect With Tech. Phi Gamma Delta is the most recent winner of the Dean Dull Trophy for best overall fraternity at Georgia Tech improving their record to three out of the past five years. FIJIs also pride themselves in the work done for the surrounding communities and winning the Philanthropy Trophy for events such as Habitat for Humanity and FIJI Run for the Kids. Our intramural teams excel at the highest level, winning 14 of the last 15 Fraternity Intramural Trophies. The past athletic year was highlighted by winning the School Championship in flag football and dodgeball. Our social calendar features the Black Diamond Semi-formal in the fall and our Purple Garter Formal and Fiji Island Party in the Spring. Although large in numbers, the pride of our chapter is the strength of our brotherhood. If you are looking for a chapter that settles for nothing short of excellence, rush Phi Gamma Delta.