Tau Delta Phi

Tau Delta Phi

About Tau Delta Phi

Tau Delta Phi is a national social fraternity founded on June 22, 1910 in New York City. Its members are known as Tau Delts. Since its inception, dozens of chapters have been founded and thousands of men initiated into its membership. Today, Tau Delta Phi fraternity operates over ten active chapters and colonies located primarily in the northeastern United States. Tau Delta Phi was founded on June 22, 1910. First known as a local fraternity, Phi Sigma Beta, they started at the Community Center of the Greenwich section of New York as a fraternity for Jewish men who were otherwise barred from fraternity life at that time. The Alpha class was initiated on July 16, 1914. Gus Schieb and Leo Epstein created the Beta class at the New York School of Dentistry. Maxime Klaye, Samuel Klaye, Ben Gray and Mac Goldman created Gamma at New York University. (School of Commerce). Soon to follow were a string of chapters and pledges. The 1910s saw a steady increase in membership.

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