The Delta Upsilon Quarterly is the official magazine of the Fraternity and your source for important DU news.
The DUEF's purpose is to advance the International Fraternity through educational programs, scholarships and initiatives that build better men.
Thanks to our generous donors, the DUEF is able to make a lasting impact on DU brothers across North America.
The DUEF's goal is to ensure our donors advance our mission of Building Better Men in purposeful ways each year.
Take a look at the Fraternity's vital statistics from the 2022-2023 fiscal year.
DU is committed to providing award-winning educational programs that enhance the DU experience at the local chapter level, while also preparing our brothers for life after graduation.
GSI serves a dual role for Delta Upsilon: our international philanthropy and an international service project. In 2023, we returned to Jamaica for the first time since the pandemic.
The Fraternity's new member portal will integrate with a learning management system with our partners at Plaid to offer brothers virtual educational program opportunities.
Providing scholarships has been a priority for the DUEF since its founding. In 2023, DU provided 14 McQuaid Scholarships for brothers.
Looking for a way to give back? There are a number of simple ways to give to the DUEF and make an impact.
Named endowment funds ensure a donor's giving makes an impact forever. Learn more about the current named funds through the DUEF.
The Heritage Circle honors living brothers and their families who have chosen to include the DU Educational Foundation in their estate plans.
Publicly launched last summer, the $6 million Ignite The Charge Campaign wasted little time bringing together more and more alumni to support the undergraduates, chapters and volunteers.
Individual growth and development is what undergraduates consistently sight as a major benefit of the DU experience, and the Ignite The Charge Campaign seeks to eliminate educational programming costs that currently rest on the backs of our undergraduates, chapters and local alumni.
A thriving Delta Upsilon begins with bringing more programs and initiatives to students and volunteers at the local level.
Solidifying DU as a vital collegiate experience requires significant investment to enhance our current programming and develop new initiatives to ensure our founding ideals nurture and inspire the college men of tomorrow.
A loyal DU donor is offering a $300,000 Challenge Gift this academic year to any donor who will pledge their support for the campaign with a commitment to the Annual Loyalty Fund.
In the final year of the Ignite The Charge Campaign, alumni from select DU chapters will be encouraged to make a gift to a Chapter Legacy Plan that provides educational programming scholarships to their DU chapter.
DU gives special thanks to these volunteer ambassadors who are enlisting support for the campaign from other parents and friends of DU this fiscal year.
The DUEF is grateful for all of our donors. Take a look at some more information about our 1,509 donors in 2022-2023.
The Honor Roll recognizes all donors who made a gift to the DU Educational Foundation between July 1, 2022, and June 30, 2023. See who made the list.
These DU donors have given for a minimum of 25 consecutive years and have invested in multiple generations of DU undergraduates.
The Foundation is forever grateful for those who provide gifts of time and treasure throughout their lives. Those on our lifetime giving list are recognized on permanent display on the Lifetime Giving Wall at the Fraternity's International Headquarters.
At the end of each academic year, each DU chapter receives a scorecard of its vital stats in relation to the Fraternity's Men of Merit Chapter Standards Program. See your chapter's scorecard.
Find out which chapters and individuals were honored with awards during the 2023 Leadership Institute in Kansas City.