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Delta Tau Delta Quick Facts

National FoundingBethany College, October 1858
Chapter Founding1893
ColorsRoyal Purple, White, Yellow Gold
National PhilanthropyJDRF
Open MottoLabor for the Beautiful and the Good
PresidentNick Pyun
Recruitment Chair 
Social MediaInstagramChapter | International

About Us

The brothers of Delta Tau Delta are committed to our fraternity’s core values of truth, courage, faith, and power. We strive to live out these values each day in our lives at Stanford. We believe in devoting ourselves to important causes: partnering with Stanford Dance Marathon, volunteering for JDRF’s Walk for a Cure, raising funds for disaster relief, and working with local educational nonprofits assisting at-risk youth. You can also catch us participating in IM and club sports, hitting the slopes at Tahoe, hosting tailgates, or just hanging out together enjoying time with brothers. While we share a commitment to having fun, we also boast a support system and the resources to maintain the academic integrity of our members. Our brothers share a commitment to excellence that expands beyond the fraternity; we are athletes, founders of startups, campus leaders, and scholars.

As one of the oldest fraternities on campus, we follow in a rich tradition that accompanies our history; our alumni network of Delt brothers extends far and wide and includes John Elway, Jim Plunkett, and John Arrillaga. Our brothers have taken their values to prestigious companies including Google, Facebook, McKinsey, Goldman Sachs, SAP, NFL, MLB, Amazon, and many notable others, creating a strong network for members. Our strength lies in our willingness to serve causes greater than ourselves, the loyalty and pride we hold for each of our brothers, and our fulfillment in knowing that we are striving for excellence in all aspects of our lives.

Average Quarterly Dues: $400