Are you a man of principle but without a Delt chapter at your campus? Speak to your Greek Advisor about a possible expansion.
All members of Delta Tau Delta Fraternity live by the core principles of Truth, Courage, Faith and Power.
The real opportunities for learning and growing as a member of Delta Tau Delta come from our many leadership oppurtunities.
Growing with a group of common-minded men committed to the same ideals fosters friendships and experiences that forever change your life.
Delta Tau Delta extends its sympathies to the family, friends, colleagues and viewers of Craig Sager (Northwestern University, 1973). Our brother passes to the Chapter Eternal after living an accomplished and colorful life in TV sports journalism. Best known for his long-time coverage of the NBA for Turner Sports, he also covered a number of other sports from Major League Baseball to college football and basketball to Olympic curling. He was 65.
The alumni of Lafayette College have long regarded June 1, 1988 as the darkest day in the history of the Nu Chapter. It was on that day the Arch Chapter made the difficult decision to withdraw its charter. Originally founded in 1874 but closed in 1893, the Nu Chapter was refounded in 1906. For 82 years the purple, white and gold of Delta Tau Delta flourished on campus at Lafayette College. Twenty-eight years is a long time to wait. During that time the number of fraternities on campus dwindled from more than 10 to less than five. Though not a popular sentiment, many Nu alumni believed the chapter would never return. In the fall of 2014 hope began to return and it returned to an unlikely venue – Yankee Stadium.
At the PGA Champions Tour Charles Schwab Cup tournament in Scottsdale, Arizona over the weekend, Scott Dunlap (University of Florida, 1984) tied for sixth place with a 204 total (71-66-67) and won $113,125.00. His total winnings for the 2016 Champions Tour tour are now $1,077,069.00.