Town Hall Meeting: We are asking that you join us for an online Town Hall Forum to be held on Monday, December 4, 2017, at 6:30pm EST, to discuss the National Fraternal Movement. There have been 4 deaths involving fraternity hazing and alcohol misuse. We will have National Office staff members, a university Vice President of Student Affairs, and a Campus Greek Advisor as commentators for the town hall. To join the call, click here. Access Code: 552-598-933.
There are limited spots for the town hall meeting. We are asking that chapters use one computer to join the call so we have space for alumni to join.
Officers' Academy: January 4-6, 2018, in Bluebell, PA, for all newly elected Chapter Officers. Those interested in running for positions are required to attend, if elected. Registration is live! Find additional information about Officers’ Academy on the website.
Advisors' Academy: Running concurrently with Officers' Academy is our NEW Advisors' Academy! We are encouraging, at least, one advisor from every chapter/colony attend to be trained by the National Fraternity. Registration is live!
Conclave 2018: Phi Mu Delta Fraternity will be celebrating the Centennial Conclave in Burlington, VT, from June 27-July 1, 2018. All chapters/colonies are required to send, at least, 3 members. There is a savings program offered to chapters and alumni. Want to see how much you can save with the savings program? Click here.
Important Due dates:
December 1: End of Term Reports and Officers' Rosters
December 7: Final Accreditation Documentation via the chapter/colony Google Drive AND this Accreditation Form.
December 15: Final day to register for Officers' and Advisors' Academy.
Tuesday, November 28 is Giving Tuesday! Donate to the Phi Mu Delta Educational Foundation here.
The 1918 Society is an undergraduate giving society for the Phi Mu Delta Educational Foundation. Undergraduates are encouraged to give $19.18, annually to the Educational Foundation. Members of the society receive a 1918 Society pin.
The National Fraternity is proud to announce a partnership with the Kognito an online learning module, “At Risk for College Students.” Kognito creates digital experiences that prepare our members for the conversations that matter most. Anxiety, stress, and depression impact our brothers on a daily basis and when these issues become overwhelming, we are challenged to recognize the signs and to provide support.
To participate in this new initiative for undergraduate members:
Complete the “At-Risk for College Students” module
The National Fraternity is strongly encouraging brothers to participate in this new initiative. If more than 80% of the chapter/colony membership participates in this program, the chapter/colony can receive points in the Programming category for their Fall 2017 Accreditation score.
Chapter Officer Elections and Transitions:
Chapters must report the new officers by December 1. If you've already elected, submit the report now so you don't forget!
New Member Exam: All new members are expected to take the New Member Exam prior to initiation to ensure that chapters and colonies are implementing the National New Member Education Curriculum, Leading the Lion Pride. All links to chapter/colony exams can be found on the National Website, in the Brothers Only Section under New Member Orientation.