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Shortly About Us

The history of Delta Chapter began in the fall of 1987. Five young men set...

Quick Facts

Founded: December 26th, 1931 at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Colors: Red, Gold, Navy Blue and White
Motto: "Semper Parati, Semper Juncti"
Nickname: Phiota
Mascot: African Lion
Flower: Red Carnation
Fact: "The Oldest Existing Latino Fraternity"
Highest GPA and graduation rate amongst Latino Fraternities
Fastest Growing Latino Fraternity
National Philanthropies: UNICEF (http://www.unicef.org/)

Upcoming Events

22may

Sed ut perspiciatis
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28may

Doperiam eaque ipsa
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Our Mission

"Phi Iota Alpha's mission is to develop leaders, & create innovative ways to unite the Latino community. Our fraternity's roots extend from the late 19th century to the first Latino fraternity, & the first Latino student organization in the United States."


Phi Iota Alpha was established December 26, 1931, and is the oldest Latino fraternity in existence. The fraternity has roots that stem back to the late 1800s to the first Latino fraternity, and the first Latino student organization in the United States The brotherhood is composed of men committed toward the empowerment of the Latino community by providing intensive social and cultural programs and activities geared toward the appreciation, promotion and preservation of Latin American culture.
It is our pleasure, on behalf of the brothers of the Delta Chapter to welcome you to our chapter website. We welcome you to explore our site and experience the greatness of our FamIliA.
As the First Latino Fraternity established in Albany, our brothers have worked hard over the past seventeen years to create an environment that promotes our Latino culture and values in a place where that is rare. We as a chapter have always worked to build unity, community, and brotherhood to the Latino student body.

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