The University of Washington Fiji house is one of the largest fraternities on campus with over 100 members. We are extremely proud of the strong sense of brotherhood that our members develop while living within our walls. The commitment we show to academics and community service is unrivaled among the Greek community, with last year marking the 58th consecutive year that our grade point average was above the all men’s average at the University of Washington. Last Summer, members of 4503 helped build a school in Senegal, raising $35,000 for buildOn along the way. In 2016, our members participated in a 60-mile bike ride to and from Vashon Island to fundraise for Camp Burton, which hosts summer camps for children afflicted with sickle cell anemia. In 2014, 4503 members broke the Guinness World Record for the longest consecutive flag football game, playing for 54 straight hours through torrential rain and winds down at Husky Stadium to fundraise $33,000 for Run to Win. Fiji’s hold themselves to the highest standard and look to improve on the marks they set the year prior. The Fiji house welcomes you and any questions you may have.
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