The Province President
the fraternity is divided into geographical sections called provinces. It is a volunteer position for an alumnus that they hold for two years terms. Their role is to serve as a deputy of the General Council in safeguarding the welfare of the fraternity in his province.
The Survey Commission
composed of alumnus volunteers that serve two year terms. Responsible for the location and creation of new chapters of the fraternity.
The Housing Commissions: responsible for coordinating programing that promotes safe, affordable housing for the chapters.
The Phi Delta Theta Educational Foundation
founded to provide for the advancement of learning. Awards scholarships annually and fund education programs of the fraternity. Since its beginning, it has awarded more than $3.4 million dollars in scholarships.
The Canadian Scholarship Foundation: same role, but in Canada. Has awarded more than $180,000
The Frank J.R. Mitchell Foundation
a foundation created so that all members of the fraternity could have a life time subscription to The Scroll. Due to a change in tax law, this foundation was shut down in 1981. A decision was made to change the subscription to an online edition. Now funds from both the Mitchell Foundation and the True Blue Society go to support The Scroll.
The Walter B. Palmer Foundation
a foundation created in honor of Palmer to assist chapter housing corporations in constructing, constructing, or refurnishing chapter houses.
The David D. Banta Endowment Fund
income for the fund is used for the operation and maintenance of the library dedicated in memory of Banta.
True Blue Society
created in 2008 to oversee the fraternity's interests on a local level. Operates very similarly to university alumnus clubs. Members of any age can join for a one-time fee.
Chapter Advisory Board
the backbone of all successful chapters. Appointed by the province president. The purpose is to advise a chapter and its officers on how to maintain the high standards of Phi Delta Theta.
organizations of alumni of the fraternity to foster loyalty to the fraternity among members who are no longer in college
composed of dedicated Phis who are elected as volunteer trustees of a nonprofit corporation formed to own and create a chapter house for a Phi Delta Theta chapter.
located in Oxford, Ohio, under the direction of the Executive Vice President. It manages the day-to-day affairs of the fraternity. The current Executive Vice President is Robert A. Biggs.