Delta Tau Delta (ΔΤΔ)

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OUR HISTORY

The Zeta Theta chapter at Villanova has a storied history and has the honored distinction of being the first Greek organization on campus receiving our national charter in 1971. Our membership is comprised of men of all creeds and colors representing all four of Villanova’s academic schools.

Delta Tau Delta was founded in 1858 at Bethany College in what is now West Virginia. Following the alleged rigging of a literary society award, eight students came together to form the fraternity. Today Delta Tau Delta is one of the largest fraternities in the United States comprised of over 130 active chapters. All Delts live by the shared mission of being “Committed to Lives of Excellence” exemplifying our organization’s core values of Truth, Courage, Faith, and Power. 

OUR VALUES

Truth, Courage, Faith, Power
    

EXECUTIVE BOARD

POSITION NAME EMAIL
President Tucker Atkinson

tatkins3@villanova.edu

Vice President James Lorenz

jlorenz@villanova.edu

Guide Zachary Mann zmann@villanova.edu
Treasurer Daniel O'Connor doconn20@villanova.edu
Director of Academic Affairs Nicholas Adams nadams3@villanova.edu
Sargeant at Arms Thomas Nucatola tnucatol@villanova.edu
Risk Manager Cullen Taylor
ctaylo36@villanova.edu
Secretary Robert Sims
rsims2@villanova.edu
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PHILANTHROPY

JDRF has been the national philanthropic partner of Delta Tau Delta since 2012. This partnership engages Delta Tau Delta’s over 130 chapters and colonies on college campuses nationwide to work closely with local JDRF chapters to help raise funds and awareness for T1D. Since the partnership began, Delta Tau Delta chapters have raised more than $830,000 for T1D research. Additionally, Delta Tau Delta undergraduates and alumni have contributed more than 38,000 hours of service through local JDRF chapter events. The partnership between Delta Tau Delta and JDRF strives to create multiple avenues for philanthropy and creativity, from volunteering at JDRF Galas and forming Walk teams to creating campus fundraising events to benefit T1D research.