Gamma Chapter was founded in 1922 at the School of Business Administration


Delta Phi Epsilon is an International Business & Foreign Service Fraternity & Sorority founded in 1919 at Georgetown University. Boston University's Gamma Chapter was founded in 1922 through the School of Business Administration. The society fosters a community of professionals who want to pursue an international career in business trade & development, economic policy, international relations, law, journalism etc. The reactivation of the Gamma Chapter at Boston University will help young students in their professional development into future world leaders and advocates of world justice, peace, & prosperity.



In 1919, at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Washington D.C., four men and future brothers came together and formed a new kind of fraternity. On Sunday, January 25, 1920, 19 men were initiated into the Alpha Chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon, which centered on promoting the social and professional interest of foreign service. Today,  our 10 active chapters exist from New York City to Berkeley, California and continue to promote our organization's ideals. Delta Phi Epsilon also holds an impressive list of alumni, including famed ambassadors, professors, and even successful animator and businessman Walt Disney. Join today and add your name to our mailing list.


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Until 1972, Delta Phi Epsilon Foreign Service Fraternity would not admit women into its chapters. Hoping to take a stand against gender discrimination, female students at Georgetown University took matters into their own hands. In 1973, the Alpha Chapter of the Delta Phi Epsilon Foreign Service Sorority was established. Today, several sorority chapters exist across the country and boast alumni including former Secretary of State Madeline Albright. Join our ranks today and further your future and your world. 



The DPE Gamma Chapter partners with the Pardee School of Global Studies and the Queststrom School of Business at Boston UniversityTo learn more about either institution, please click on either image.