Established in 1985, the Gamma Kappa chapter of Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) has one major goal: to develop and graduate courageous leaders from Mines and prepare them for the next stages of life.

All Fijis nationwide hold true to our five core values, instituted over 175 years ago: friendship, knowledge, service, morality, and excellence. The brothers here at Gamma Kappa develop these values in their daily lives:

For nearly 40 years, we have graduated CEOs, leaders, businessmen, and many more from the little house on West Campus Road.


deia position statement

We here at the Gamma Kappa chapter of Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) strive to create a safe and welcoming community here at Colorado School of Mines. We openly welcome any student into our community regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation, gender, origin, socioeconomic status and physical, psychological, or neurological condition, and we aim to make Greek life and campus as a whole an accepting and supportive environment. We wholeheartedly believe in the above, but we must address the fact that FIJI is not a co-ed organization. We are allowed to welcome individuals who identify as males, as per our international bylaws; however, we believe that there is no correct or incorrect way to “identify as male.” Gender identity is a complicated phenomenon that is different for each individual, and we wholly welcome transgender and genderqueer individuals who fall under the umbrella of male to become brothers of Phi Gamma Delta. When anyone from our chapter along their journey discovers that they are not male, we continue to love and support them as sisters or compatriots of our fraternity.



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President -Xaiver Dibben

Recruitment Chair – Lucas Holt