Kappa Delta Phi National Fraternity has existed since 1900 and has twenty-four chapters on campuses throughout New England. Kappa Delta Phi is a professional, educational, business, and social fraternity and has consistently been known on campus for providing social activities and other services to the campus and the community. Thomas College is the home of NU Chapter. Kappa Delta Phi was founded April 14th 1900 at Bridgewater State College, Mass. as Alpha Chapter. NU chapter (Thomas College) was founded April 23,1960.
The purposes of this fraternity shall be to bring together males of good character who are studying in institutions of higher education and who manifest a keen interest in higher education; to promote the highest ideals and educational practices; to promote a spirit of good citizenship and to seek change in our institution only through duly constituted authority; to actively support the fight against discrimination on the basis of race, color, or creed; and to strengthen and preserve the bonds of brotherhood which link men together working toward a common cause.
Enrolled students are eligible to pledge to a fraternity or sorority only after they have completed a minimum of 12 college credits and earned a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0. Names of students wishing to pledge a fraternity or sorority must be submitted to the Assistant Dean of Students prior to pledging from the President and Advisor of the organization.
Advisor: Al Souza