Delta Iota Kappa (ΔΙΚ), one of ten fraternities Grove City College,  was founded in 1916, with originally 5 founding brothers. It was later restarted in 1918 following World War 1. This is due to the fraternities close ties to the national ROTC program and the United States Armed Forces in general.
The fraternity's mission statement is: ""We the members of Delta Iota Kappa Fraternity, in order to form a more perfect fraternity, desire to be men of integrity, lead by the Spirit, modeling our Lord Jesus Christ."
Other Facts Regarding the Fraternity
- A brother of the Delta Iota Kappa fraternity is called a "DIK."
- The fraternity holds an annual Home Run Wiffle Ball Contest around the time of the World Series
- Delta Iota Kappa can be identified by their colors, officially black and gold.
- The fraternity currently resides on the 2nd floor of the Ketler Dormitory.
- The symbols of the Delta Iota Kappa fraternity are a skull, 7 stars, a scroll, and an oil lamp. These symbols can be seen on the DIK crest along with the fraternity letters. The meanings of these symbols are known only to initiated members of the brotherhood and are not discussed with anyone who is not a brother.
- Delta Iota Kappa has a historical relationship with the Tri-Zeta sorority, due to their sharing of colors and historical friendship.
- Grove City College official website
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