Rush is a series of free events held at the beginning of the semester by Fraternal organizations. During rush, prospective members are given an opportunity to meet and interact with Brothers of the Fraternity. These events allow prospective members to learn about the Fraternity and provides further understanding of membership in the Greek community.
Do I have to be Asian?
No. You do not have to be Asian to be a part of our Fraternity. Although our focus is on Asian and Asian American issues, we accept students from all aspects of life, no matter their background. Nationwide, Pi Delta Psi consists of Brothers from all walks of life.
Why Pi Delta Psi?
At the University of Centeral Florida, Our organization prides itself on striving toward excellence in every aspect of human endeavor. Many organizations may focus on one facet of the college experience. For example, there are organizations that focus primarily on community service and others on socializing. What sets Pi Delta Psi apart from any other organization is our commitment to 4 pillars that are essential to the college experience. Through our Fraternity, you can become part of a Brotherhood that commits itself to Academic Achievement, Cultural Awareness, Righteousness, and Friendship/Loyalty throughout your college experience Not only do we claim this commitment, we act upon it. Take a look at our Gallery and Recognition page on this web site; through these sections, you can see the dedication of our Brothers to the UCF Community. Most importantly, these men will help make your college experience memorable. Brotherhood is Eternal.
Many students come to college believing that Greek Organizations only party and get drunk. They see fraternal organizations as an avenue where students can buy friendships and do nothing but socialize.
However, prospective members should consider why fraternal organizations were first formed and the goals many of these organizations were founded upon. Although social aspects are part of any Greek organization, Pi Delta Psi prides itself on four pillars: Academic Achievement, Cultural Awareness, Righteousness, and Friendship/Loyalty. We believe that a Greek organization is a place where students can better themselves. We encourage our members to do well in school, be active on campus, and to service the community. Most importantly, through our organization, we build everlasting bonds among our Brothers. Rather than accepting the myths associated with Greek Life, take the time to truly meet the Brothers of Pi Delta Psi and see why we chose to be a part of the Asian American Greek Community. You might be surprised.
Please send all recruitment interests to our current Rush Coordinators:
Benjamin Phan -407-353-1692 Carlos Alicea – (786-436-0278)