Phi Delta Theta - FDQ

Chapter Name: Ohio Epsilon

National Founding Location: University of Miami -Oxford Ohio

National Founding Date: December 26th, 1848

Local Founding Date: January 19th 1875

Nickname: Phi Delts, PDT

Symbol: Sword and Shield, Coat of Arms, Flag, Phikeia pin,  Fraternity Badge, White Carnation, Pallas Athena and her Owl.

Colors: Azure and Argent

Motto: "Eis aner oudeis aner," meaning “One man is no man” and more broadly translated as “We enjoy life by the help and society of others”.

National Philanthropy: ALS -Lou Gehrig's Disease

GPA Requirement: Cumulative College:  2.6/ High School: 2.6   

Chapter House: 194 Spicer Street Akron OH, 44304

National Website:

Local Website:


Twitter: @PhiDeltOE

Chapter Presients Name: Mitchell Wall

Chapter Presidents Email:



Chapter Bio:

On a snowy day in 1848, six men set out to create an organization that would help men become the greatest versions of themselves. The men of Phi Delta Theta at the University of Akron strive to continue this legacy today. Focusing on three principles, Friendship, Sound Learning, and Moral Rectitude, Phi Delts hold themselves to a high standard. As a college organization, Phi Delta Theta's main goal is to be the best supplement to the classroom. We focus on character and leadership development, philanthropy, scholastics, sports, and the social aspect of college. Our national Philanthropy is working with the ALS Association. Our chapter has the goal to help every man find what he wants in a college organization, and provide him with the tools to succeed in life.