Graduate Volunteers & Advisors

Volunteer Opportunities

Why volunteer? Because volunteers make the difference. As an advisor to an undergraduate chapter, you will put yourself in a position to have a tremendous impact on the lives of some good young men.

Imagine your chapter, or any Phi Gamma Delta chapter, without a strong network of graduate support. Some chapters can get by, but many cannot without the continuity, leadership and guidance provided by our graduate advisors and house corporation members. 

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Volunteer As a Facilitator

Phi Gamma Delta utilizes volunteer facilitators to assist in the delivery of its educational programs. These include The Leadership Institute, Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP), Social Strengths Workshop and Testing Points Workshop. Facilitators must apply and be selected. Training is provided and travel reimbursement is available. If you have questions or want additional information, contact Senior Director of Education.

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Advisor & Housing Resources


 BCA Resources

 Educational Resources

 Expense Reimbursement

 Hazing Prevention

 Housing/House Corporation

 New Member Education

 Purple Legionnaires

 Section Leaders

 Sexual Misconduct

Understanding Sexual Misconduct on Campus: Essential Concepts for Volunteers Webinar

There are a wide range of questions, conversations, and opinions regarding sexual misconduct on campus. Many are aware that, now more than ever, certain issues are hot topics in higher education, and the implications for our collegiate members and chapters can be profound. As a graduate advisor, you play an important role for Phi Gamma Delta and in the lives of young men in your chapter. Having a greater understanding of this issue will better equip you to optimize your impact.

Thank you for the brothers who participated in the Understanding Sexual Misconduct on Campus: Essential Concepts for Volunteers Webinar, held on November 11, 2015, with Fraternity staff and Aaron Boe. Aaron is a leading consultant in the fraternity community - and the developer of our Social Strengths Workshop - which addresses harm prevention through a positive approach of men’s development.

A recording of the webinar is available for playback below. If you have questions, please contact the Senior Director of Graduate Engagement


Find additional resources at Chapter Operations Manuals.

Phi Gamma Delta's Learning Portal (LMS)

The Fraternity has launched a new Learning Management System (LMS) to supplement our written resources, in-person training and communication. This on-demand platform contains courses which are designed to better equip you to better advise your chapter/provisional chapter and contains other opportunities for you to discuss and interact with other advisors around this content. Current courses include:

  • Purple Legionnaire Orientation
  • Risk Management for Graduate Advisors
  • Hazing Prevention for Graduate Advisors
  • Advisor Mental Health Workshops

Additional content will be added, both for graduate volunteers and undergraduate members. We appreciate your feedback on this new platform, and suggestions for future content. 

To access Phi Gamma Delta's Learning Portal, follow the link below.

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Note that you will be prompted to log into the Fraternity's website in order to access the Learning Portal.