The House that Leads
The PA Alpha Delta chapter is thriving on campus. They are consistently among the best in membership and academics (no kidding), and receive four star accreditation from the university for greek letter organizations. In 2020, the chapter moved back into our old house at 2000 North Broad!
In 2009, thanks to the support of dedicated alumni and the IHQ, the PA Alpha Delta chapter was re-established after being dissolved by Temple in 2007. With alumni funding and volunteers, and IHQ “boots on the ground,” a new class of brothers was recruited. On a December evening in 2009, surrounded by wise men, the re-founding class was initiated in a barn in Montgomery County. The chapter has continued to grow and thrive, and in 2012, was officially chartered by the IHQ.
The Pi Lambda Phi PA Alpha Delta chapter house is located at 2000 North Broad Street on Temple University’s campus, across the street from Johnson and Hardwick residence halls. The Pi Lam Chapter House, known as the John Stafford Mansion, is a historical, three-story, brick and brownstone Victorian structure built at the turn of the 19th century.
Find out how the undergraduates are setting new standards, carrying on the PA Alpha Delta ideals, or more likely… disappointing their parents.