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Established in 1926, the BC chapter of Alpha Delta Phi is the longest standing fraternity at the University of British Columbia. It was founded to bring together young men in the pursuit of excellence, and retains those values to this day. Join the ranks of the fraternity chapter or engage with your fellow alumnus brothers.
We keep the legacy of Alpha Delta Phi strong at the University of British Columbia.
As the current President of the British Columbia Chapter of Alpha Delta Phi, I speak proudly on behalf of our brotherhood when I say that our membership and dedication to the fraternity is a life-changing experience. Our chapter is full of well-rounded and involved UBC students that take part in a variety of on-campus and off-campus leadership experiences. Many of our brothers hold positions with UBC’s Alma Mater Society (AMS), the Interfraternity Council (IFC’s Current President), as presidents of various UBC clubs and organizations and as athletes for both Varsity and non-varsity teams at the university. Alpha Delta Phi is not your typical Greek organization, but has served as the oldest and longest-standing fraternity and literary society, placing incredible value on outstanding academic achievement, excellence in leadership, and, most importantly, dedication to brotherhood. At Alpha Delta Phi, we want our brothers to succeed in every aspect of their lives - brothers are students first and foremost, and we strive to create the most well-rounded and successful leaders and gentlemen. It was important for me to surround myself with gentlemen that were looking to achieve great things and brothers that would help me achieve my goals, no matter how challenging - this is exactly what I found at Alpha Delta Phi. On behalf of the entire chapter, I welcome you to our house to engage with our brothers and learn more about all that we as a fraternity have to offer.