The legend of Delta Chi at USC extends all the way back to 1910, when
members of the prominent Lex Chambers Law Club sought to form something great.
On May 20 and 21, 1910, the chapter was officially installed and the first members
were initiated into the Brotherhood of Delta Chi.
More than a century later, Delta Chi continues to thrive as the longest standing fraternity
on the Greek Row, a testament to the vision the Founding Father's shared.
Founded upon the principles of friendship, character, justice, and scholarship, Trojan DChi's
exemplify the modern day fraternity gentleman through their unwavering commitment to excellence
in all facets of life.
Delta Chi provides the full social fraternity experience, regularly holding
events with USC's renowned sororities at the chapter house, as well as off-site events at some of
the hottest Los Angeles venues. Delta Chi annually hosts a philanthropy
to raise money for the Jimmy V Fund, in addition to raising money for other charities.
At the core of Delta Chi is brotherhood, the bond that unites the diverse set of brothers. From tailgating at
Trojan football games to house wide sporting competitions to traveling to NorCal for the "Weekender", DChi brotherhood brings
the house together for memorable times.
Delta Chi is always a strong competitor in Greek Intramural sports league. Brothers can always
be found playing basketball at the new court in front of the chapter house, located just a short
walk away from campus on "The Row", the heart of the USC Greek community.
The culture of excellence that Delta Chi promotes also extends to the classroom. The USC Greek
community's GPA consistently ranks above the All-University GPA, and Delta Chi ranks above the
Greek Men's average. The Delta Chi brothers are great academic resources, providing an archive
of notes and tests, registration advice, and informal tutoring and mentoring.