Phi Delta Chi, Pharmacy Fraternity - Beta Alpha Chapter
Phi Delta Chi is one of the largest international pharmacy fraternities in the world, with over 100 chapters and colonies and over 60,000 initiated Brothers (and counting) across the United States. Founded in 1883 by 11 men at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, led by their Dean, Albert Benjamin Prescott, Phi Delta Chi has celebrated over 100 years of growth and achievement. Phi Delta Chi's objective is to advance the science of pharmacy and its allied interests, and to foster and promote a fraternal spirit among its brothers.
The Beta Alpha Chapter of Phi Delta Chi is the only Greek Life, pharmacy fraternity at St. John's University. Founded in 1958, we are the oldest fraternity at St. John's University and consist of a community of Brothers, and hundreds of alumni of the St. John's College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Our goal is to create leaders in pharmacy and brothers who value service, philanthropy, individual growth education and brotherhood. Phi Delta Chi is both a social and professional fraternity that focuses on the prosperity of its brothers, and developing a nationwide network of pharmacists and pharmacy students. Phi Delta Chi transcends other organizations by creating and nurturing leaders, and not just recognizing them. Our Brothers live by our Latin motto Alterum Alterius Auxilio Eget, meaning "Each Needs the Help of the Other."
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