My name is Harrison Bartlett and I am the current President of the Georgia Tech Chapter of the Delta Chi Fraternity. It is my pleasure to welcome you to the homepage of our fraternity's website. We hope the resources on this webpage are able to help you learn more about us and our brotherhood.
We believe that our fraternity transcends the stereotype of typical fraternities that are commonplace in colleges and universities today. Our chapter focuses its efforts toward the development of its members. Through a close association with exceptional brothers, our members are able to develop personally during their time as undergraduates. As a chapter we pride ourselves in the way in which our members make the most of their undergraduate experiences by balancing academics, social lives, and leadership involvements.
The core values of our chapter are derived from our four founding principles that were created here at Georgia Tech from our very own founding fathers: academics come first, chivalry is not dead, friends are always welcome, and no hazing. These principles are the glue that holds our diverse chapter together and informs our future direction.
Because it is not an easy task to fully encompass the brotherhood experience, we hope to give a better illustration through the information found throughout our website regarding current news, awards, individual bios, and pictures which explain our chapter, community, and culture. Incoming freshman, current students, parents, and alumni, please explore this site, and hopefully you will develop an understanding of the unique brotherhood that we share within our chapter. Do not hesitate to contact us or visit us if you would like to learn more!
In the Bond,
Apr 8, 2013
Congratulations to this year's Delta Chi Tug Team for their performance in yesterdays Greek Week event. Their months of training and
drive really shone as they fought off team after team in the mud pit and pulled their way to third place. Through their experiences they
learned what it meant to be part of a close team and how hard work pays off in the long run. Great work guys and good luck in years to
Feb 11, 2013
While their fellow fraternity members were at brotherhood retreat, brothers Jordan Avery and Harrison Bartlett attended this year's
Regional Leadership Conference for Region VIII in Gainesville, Florida. The main events, hosted at the University of Florida, took up
the entire Saturday with many breakout sessions, general meetings, and meals with other Delta Chi. Of the held events, they attended
the Alumni Relations, How to Run a Committee, Man Power, Involvement, and Scholarship sessions, hoping to use the knowledge
they earned to help improve the chapter as they take over as chapter officers in the upcoming year.
Feb 11, 2013
Delta Chi held it's first brotherhood retreat of the year back in good ol' Gatlinburg Tennessee, where they spent their time up on a
mountain playing games and catching up with one another. While the AMs and NIBs put up a great effort this season (honorable
mentions to David Zisek, Erik Roming, and Nick Zambetti), the brothers won the first brotherhood football trophy, which will be
passed down through future generations of Georgia Tech Delta Chi.
The retreat also provided a great opportunity for the new members to understand what being a part of the Delta Chi brotherhood was all
about, as the chapter discussed internal issues and steps for moving closer to the goals set at the last retreat.
Special thanks to the brotherhood co-chairs Sid Sinha and Salim Choueiki for putting on the event!
Jan 15, 2013
This past week we had a very successful spring rush despite inclement weather and low rush attendance across campus. We have 11
brand new Associate Members that we believe will be future leaders of both Delta Chi and on campus.
Dec 3, 2012
On Saturday, 12/1, members of Delta Chi drove to Belmont Hills Elementary and volunteered their time tutoring children with the
neighboring Georgia Tech sorority, Alpha Phi, in conjunction with the Discover Program through Hands on Atlanta. Ten members
along with six girls from Alpha Phi worked with children from kindergarten through 2nd grade. They led the children through a craft
time (in which they made Christmas-themed crafts), a recreational free time, and through an educational time in which they learned
Nov 11, 2012
Delta Chi held their fall brotherhood retreat at Unicoi State Park in Helen, Georgia. This retreat was a bit different than the rest in that
they braved the elements of the North Georgia mountains in November, and slept outside in squirrel's nests. This "roughing it" style
turned out to be a great success, as all the brothers enjoyed working together to build a huge bond fire for warmth and hanging out and
playing cards by the fire late into the night. The brothers once again emerged victorious after the traditional "Brothers vs. AM's and
NIB's" football game. Additionally, they held a very beneficial goal-setting, where they discussed the direction of the fraternity as a
whole, focusing on winning Dean Dull (the award for best fraternity on campus) next year, after finishing just second this year.
All in all, it was an awesome time and everyone had a really great weekend full of bonding, fun, and memories. It truly reminded them
how lucky they were to be part of such an amazing fraternity, and will continue to be one of their favorite DX events of the semester
for years to come.
Oct 20, 2012
This year, Delta Chi set up a pit and roasted a 150lb pig in order to raise proceeds for the V Foundation for Cancer Research. Brothers
stayed up all night watching the pig and enjoyed the sweet taste of success (and lunch) the next day, having raised over $1000 for the
Aug 25, 2012
Delta Chi experienced a great rush this year! We brought in 20 fantastic new associate members and the brother's enjoyed being
able to bond while rushing them. Look forward to more information coming to you soon about summer rush!
Aug 7, 2012
This past Wednesday, brothers from the Georgia Tech chapter made the trip to Pittsburg for the biannual Delta Chi National
Convention. In addition to the advice and experiences passed down from other chapters, the Georgia Tech chapter was presented its
17th Presidents Cup since its founding in 1990. Brothers are honored to once again be recognized by Headquarters for the chapter's
achievements. A warm congratulations to all of the brothers who made it possible and for keeping traditions alive. Way to go, guys!
May 22, 2012
Congratulations, alumni! In the spring, Delta Chi said goodbye to 25 graduates as they set off to pursue further achievement all across
the globe. Some brothers will be attending top-tier graduate schools such as Yale, MIT, GT, and Emory in the Fall, while others set off
to work all over the country in Washington D.C., Ohio, Tennessee, and Atlanta. In addition, recent graduate, Christopher Quintero, will
be flying out to Vietnam to work on a startup company, "Mekong Green Touch," along with fellow DX alumni, Marc Pare. We are so
proud of everything that they have contributed to Georgia Tech and our chapter, and we cannot wait to hear back about their latest
Oct 10, 2011
The Georgia Tech Chapter is pleased to announce the winning of its 16th President’s Cup this year.
Chapter officers and members alike were excited to be recognized by Delta Chi Headquarters with this
prestigious award. The chapter was also recognized for excellence in: Advising and Governance, Alumni
Relations, Financial Management, Housing, Involvement, Member Education, Scholarship, Outstanding
Chapter Advisor, and Outstanding Chapter Programming. The chapter’s “C” from 2010, Young Kim, was
also recognized for individual leadership. Congratulations brothers!
Oct 2, 2011
Georgia Tech students from all around campus were able to enjoy Delta Chi’s biggest party of the year at
the annual “Wreck the Deck” party. Although the deck was, fortunately, not wrecked this year – it was
definitely a full house. “Lucky Town” was invited to play 80’s and 90’s music throughout the evening.
We were also lucky to have many members of the Delta Chi Kennesaw Chapter in attendance. Thanks
for a great weekend.
Sept 27, 2011
The 20th year since our chartering has presented one of best reasons for the chapter to celebrate. For
two decades, the brothers of the Georgia Tech chapter have experience an uncommon bond that can
be found in no other place. The current active undergraduate brothers were pleased to welcome back
alumni from across the United States, including many of the chapter’s Founding Fathers. We also took
the opportunity to open the 20th time capsule and revel in the numerous (and sometimes bizarre)
memories it contained. A job well done in maintaining a strong chapter for the last 20 years! We look
forward to many years to come.
Sept 13, 2011
For the third consecutive time, the Delta Chi chapter has placed 1st overall in the 2010 Homecoming
Competition. This involved stellar performance in many key events like Mock Rock, Contraption,
Assassins and more! We also received a great deal of points from spectator attendance, a feat
that really took effort on the part of the whole chapter in coming out to support the brotherhood’s
competitions. Congratulations to brothers Sam Morgan and Lishan Mu for coordinating the
Aug 29, 2011
Brother Robert Ellis was recognized this year by the student body and the Institute as Mr. Georgia Tech.
This honor is given to only one male student each year who displays the true characteristics of a Georgia
Tech man. He was awarded this honor at the homecoming football game, amid cheers from current
undergraduate brothers who had nominated him and alumni who had gathered for the traditional
event. Ms. Georgia Tech was awarded to Kaitlyn Frazier, an Alpha Delta Pi, and a friend of the chapter.