Pi Delta Psi Fraternity, Inc. was founded by eleven men from various backgrounds (Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino, and Vietnamese). As established leaders within their university-sponsored cultural organizations, these men assembled to create an organization to unite various Asian cultures, build life-long relationships beyond their college years, and nurture the talented individuals into the leaders of tomorrow. These eleven men envisioned an infrastructure that would continuously motivate and challenge individuals. The structure of a fraternal society became the vehicle to achieve their dream.

Pi Delta Psi was founded on February 20th, 1994 in Binghamton University, State University of New York. These eleven men were responsible for establishing the guiding principles that have turned into one of the nation’s largest Asian cultural interest fraternities. In the next three years, Pi Delta Psi would expand into the University at Buffalo and Hofstra University. Every expansion brought positive impacts to their respective schools and local communities.

By 2000, Pi Delta Psi had expanded to prestigious campuses spanning four states and set the record for fastest growing organization in the history of Asian cultural fraternities. With an expansive active membership and growing alumni base, the fraternity restructured its National Council in 1999 and standardized Pi Delta Psi’s practices across its chapters.

Today, Pi Delta Psi continues to embody the vision of its eleven founders and our shared mission is carried out by hundreds of proud brothers across the country.

The eleven Founding Fathers of Pi Delta Psi: Mr. David Lee, Mr. Sammy Wong, Mr. Ronny Chow, Mr. Thuan Luong, Mr. Christopher Murata, Mr. Michael Son, Mr. Philip Hunt, Mr. Spencer Seto, Mr. Damien Lee, Mr. Chester Huang, Mr. Tracy B. Tabije