Alpha Sig offers many different opportunities for top men on campus including: leadership development, campus involvement, community service, high academics, sporting events, and of course brotherhood and an unrivaled social experience. Through their pursuit of high scholarship, preservation of brotherhood, social activeness, and university involvement, Alpha Sigs truly strive to better the man.
Membership in Beta Theta Pi is based on finding men who believe and live by the same set of fraternal values. These values, the Fraternity's objectives, are the basis for recruitment, pledging, and a lifelong membership in Beta Theta Pi. Membership is a lifelong experience that will engender lasting bonds of friendship and brotherhood. From undergraduate leadership opportunities to local alumni associations and General Conventions, the lifelong bonds of Beta brotherhood are inescapable.
Chi Omega thrives on strong friendship, scholarship, personal integrity, career development, and involvent in campus activities and community service. As one of 174 collegiate chapters, Chi Omega is the largest sorority -- and women's national organization -- in the nation. Being a sister in Chi Omega offers unforgettable friendships and experiences that truly last a lifetime.
In 2013, Delta Chi Lambda helped raise $500 during its spring Dodgeball Tournament for American Cancer Society's Relay for Life and more than $500 for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan with its fall Basketball Tournament. The chapter is proud of all the members that join the organization every year and in 2013, its expansion to create its fourth prospective chapter at University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Tri Delta celebrated many accomplishments and accolades in 2013. They were especially proud to have the Highest Improved GPA in all of Panhellenic in spring 2013. They raised nearly $50,000 for the children of St. Jude through their year-round philanthropic efforts, making their chapter one of the top fundraising chapters in the nation. Their sisters were selected to lobby on behalf of Greek women in Washington D.C. and attend various leadership conferences. They are incredibly proud of their sisters for holding many executive director positions in student government and other campus organizations. They love to live their purpose!
Delta Gamma offers to women of all ages a rich heritage based on principles of personal integrity, personal responsibility and intellectual honesty. Its primary purpose is to foster high ideals of friendship, promote educational and cultural interests, create a true sense of social responsibility, and develop the finest qualities of character. Last year the chapter raised $30,000 for their philanthropy, Service for Sight, and received the University of Arizona Chapter of Excellence Award.
Delta Lambda Phi received many awards in the 2013 spring semester at Greek awards, including Most Improved GPA, Excellence in New Member Education, Wellness, and Chapter Management, Chapter of Excellence, and more.Delta Lambda Phi also won third place overall with circle 5 during Greek Week.The Omega chapter hosted a 2 day event over Homecoming weekend with our chapter from Arizona State University, The University of New Mexico, and the University of Texas at El Paso.
Delta Sigma Theta was founded on January 13, 1913 on the campus of Howard University. The organization is currently a part of NPHC. Delta Sigma Theta is the largest African American public service organization in the world. They make differences locally and nationally. Programs include Delta GEMS and Delta Academy. Both programs work with young women and empowering them in their present lives about their future.
Epsilon Sigma Rho, Fraternity, Inc. was founded on March 2nd, 1986 on the campus of California State University, Sacramento in Sacramento, California as the first Multicultural-Based fraternity in the United States. Juan Carlos Sanchez, Salvador Robles, Jose Munoz, Martin Rodriguez, Juan Mercardo, Gerardo Manriquez, and David Jaramillo, the “Creators,” sought a strong brotherhood based on diversity and a devotion to cultural awareness. Through developing a support network, a strong bond amongst the brothers, and a measure of cultural awareness on campus, a community was built. Epsilon Sigma Rho is one of the oldest intercollegiate multicultural interest fraternities in the nation, as well as the first multicultural-based fraternity in the United States. The brotherhood is committed to spreading the philosophy of acceptance, regardless of ethnicity or background; as an organization, Epsilon Sigma Rho encourages people to learn about other cultures. One of the ways Epsilon Sigma Rho supports the cultural educational experience is by promoting cultural events in the community and within campuses. - From epsilonsigmarho.com
Gamma Alpha Omega Sorority, Inc. celebrated 20 years of sisterhood, scholarship, and service in 2013. Beta Chapter was recognized at the 2013 Greek Awards and received the Dean of Students Award for Excellence in the Greek Community. The chapter was also recognized at their national convention as the Chapter of the Year and was awarded the Chapter Choice, Most Community Service Hours (Spring Semester), and Most Improved GPA Award, and Chapter Appreciation awards at the United Sorority and Fraternity Council Banquet held in December 2013.