2022 Auburn University Interfraternity Council Recruitment Guide

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AUBURN UNIVERSITY

INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL

RECRUITMENT GUIDE


WELCOME TO IFC A LETTER FROM OUR PRESIDENT The Interfraternity Council, or IFC, is the umbrella organization that exists to serve the needs of the 27 fraternities within our council. IFC is responsible for the coordination of many events and activities throughout the year, including community service projects, meals for first responders, and social events for our members. IFC also represents the interests of fraternity men to the campus and surrounding community. Our council serves for the betterment of Auburn, as well as for the advancement of this university and its student body. I hope you choose to join a fraternity at Auburn. If you do, also consider getting involved with IFC as a volunteer, on cabinet, or as an executive officer. War Eagle! Ben Porter, IFC President

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FRATERNITIES AT AUBURN Over 100 years after its founding, the fraternity community at Auburn University is thriving. With 27 fraternities and 2,927 members, Greek men represent 26% of the male undergraduate student body. The mission of the Auburn University Interfraternity Council (IFC) is to govern, to serve, to represent and to promote, with the highest standard of integrity, its member fraternities. IFC exists as a resource to facilitate the growth and development of fraternity men in the areas of personal and fraternal responsibility, leadership, scholastic achievement, civic engagement, and brotherhood.

CHAPTERS

AT AUBURN ACACIA ALPHA EPSILON PI

ALPHA GAMMA RHO ALPHA SIGMA PHI ALPHA TAU OMEGA BETA UPSILON CHI CHI PHI DELTA CHI

IFC Executive Board 2022-2023

DELTA KAPPA EPSILON DELTA TAU DELTA FARMHOUSE KAPPA ALPHA ORDER KAPPA SIGMA LAMBDA CHI ALPHA PHI DELTA THETA PHI GAMMA DELTA PHI SIGMA KAPPA PI KAPPA ALPHA PI KAPPA PHI SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON SIGMA CHI SIGMA NU SIGMA PI SIGMA TAU GAMMA TAU KAPPA EPSILON THETA CHI THETA XI

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INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL CABINET CO-DIRECTORS / RECRUITMENT

CO-DIRECTORS / HEALTH & WELLNESS

Fincher Davis –Sigma Nu Thomas Diegnan –Pi Kappa Phi Sawyer Tindall –Phi Gamma Delta

Bryce Houck –Delta Tau Delta Chase Glover –Farmhouse

CO-DIRECTORS / RISK MANAGEMENT

CO-DIRECTORS / OUTREACH

Braden Glenn –Kappa Alpha Order Noah Coomes –Phi Gamma Delta Clay Walker –Sigma Nu

Brayden Berthart –Pi Kappa Alpha Gabriel Page –Sigma Tau Gamma

CO-DIRECTORS / PHILANTHROPY

DIRECTOR / PUBLIC RELATIONS

Carson Edmonds –Lambda Chi Alpha Spencer Wiechman –Tau Kappa Epsilon

Richmond Maddox –Sigma Chi

CO-DIRECTORS / NEW MEMBER EDUCATION Will Tarter –Sigma Chi Andrew Schmidt –Alpha Tau Omega CO-DIRECTORS / ACADEMICS JT Gomric –Pi Kappa Alpha Brent Adamson –Theta Chi CO-DIRECTORS / SPIRITUAL LIFE Evans Gross –Alpha Tau Omega Will Denton –Theta Chi

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RECRUITMENT Participation in fraternity recruitment allows students to meet other Auburn University students, learn about their fraternity, and begin friendships that will last beyond your college experience. To get the most out of fraternity life, it is highly encouraged to join freshman year, but plenty of men join as upperclassmen. Registration Registration begins on May 1. All students participating in recruitment must register to attend events including summer socials and formal recruitment events. When registering, students will create an online Campus Director profile where they will submit a photo, the bid fee, and contact information so that they can be invited to informal recruitment activities. To register, visit: https://auburnifc.mycampusdirector2.com/. Summer Recruitment Many chapters host events throughout the summer to meet potential new members. Events are generally held in and around the Auburn area and typically very casual. Events start May 13 and last until August 13. To be invited to events, students should register for recruitment.

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RECRUITMENT Spring Formal Recruitment Spring formal recruitment is similar to fall, except that it occurs in January. Spring recruitment is smaller than fall recruitment in terms of participation by chapters and by new members. Bidding Once a chapter has decided they would like to make a potential new member part of their chapter, they will offer the potential new member a bid, or offer of membership. Bids can be offered verbally through conversation or written in a more formal way. Either way, the bid is not official until the new member accepts the bid in the Campus Director system. There are three options once the potential new member receives a bid: - Accept: This ends the recruitment process. - Hold: Gives a potential new member time to talk to parents and examine other options. - Decline: 100% certain that the fraternity is not for the potential new member. Fall Formal Recruitment For students that live out-of-state or are unable to participate in summer recruitment, there is a formal recruitment in August. Fall formal recruitment occurs during the first full week of classes. During formal recruitment, students can visit chapter houses and other spaces where fraternities are recruiting. These visits are unstructured time where the new students can meet the fraternity brothers. The attire is coat and tie, unless otherwise stated by the fraternity. IMPORTANT DATES: Aug. 21, 2022 - IFC Recruitment Kickoff Aug. 22, 2022 - IFC Open House Events Aug. 23, 2022 - IFC Open House Events Aug. 24, 2022 - IFC Open House Events (Optional)

Aug. 25, 2022 - IFC Open House Events (Optional)

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SCHOLARSHIP The top priority for students at Auburn should be academics and fraternities support this commitment to scholarship. The IFC provides additional support to fraternity men by ensuring that students have access to resources on campus including academic support, tutoring networks, and proctored study halls. All fraternities have academic requirements that encourage members to excel academically so that they complete their degrees and go on to successful careers. These requirements must be met for a member to stay active in his fraternity. Every fraternity has resources and assistance available to help its members do all that they can inside and outside of the classroom. The grade point average of fraternity men is consistently higher than the all-undergraduate male GPA.

FRATERNITY SCHOLASTIC STANDINGS 1. FarmHouse 2. Phi Gamma Delta 3. Alpha Tau Omega 4. Theta Chi 5. Sigma Phi

3.43 3.31 3.23 3.22 3.19

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LEADERSHIP Developing and preparing student leaders for life after college is one of the many goals of Auburn fraternities. Whether at the chapter level or beyond, a fraternity will teach, encourage, and assist students with the development of leadership skills. Every fraternity member has an active role in leading the chapter. By learning to work in group situations, students learn valuable skills including goal-creation, delegation, risk management, teamwork, event planning, and communication. These skills help prepare students for future careers, too. Students who want to be involved on campus, a great place to start is by joining a fraternity at Auburn. Often fraternities help inform members of leadership opportunities on campus and how to prepare for selection processes.

Fraternity men are actively involved in many campus organizations including: - Student Government Association - War Eagle Girls and Plainsmen - Spades Honorary - Financial Management Association - Beat Bama Food Drive - Student Recruiters - ROTC - Camp War Eagle Counselors

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AUBURN MAN The Auburn Interfraternity Council hosts a program called Auburn Man that is required for new fraternity members to attend. This six-week program features speakers and trainings to help students fully understand the expectations of the IFC community. Speakers and topics include: - Green Dot Bystander Intervention - Lutzie 43 Distracted and Impaired Driving Prevention - Bruce Pearl, Auburn Basketball coach

Community Service One of the most gratifying aspects of fraternity life is the sense of satisfaction and pride that comes with involvement in community service. Fraternity men recognize the need throughout the year to raise money and donate time for their special philanthropies and community service projects. The ideals of most fraternities are exemplified through their service efforts. Fraternity members donate thousands of hours and dollars to local and national philanthropic organizations each year. Fundraising events and service projects help fraternity members learn about their responsibility to the community. In taking advantage of these opportunities, fraternity members will learn the joy that comes from giving of oneself to help others.

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BROTHERHOOD

INTRAMURALS

Joining a fraternity is the beginning of a new experience. One of the most enjoyable parts of joining a fraternity is making new friends and forming bonds that will last long after college. You will not only learn to live with others, but through sharing the same experiences, environment, and interests, you will develop a very special closeness to those around you. Brotherhood means more than wearing Greek letters, attending meetings, and going to social events; it is about developing friendships and a sense of camaraderie that you will carry throughout the rest of your life.

Campus Recreation provides fraternity men many opportunities to participate in intramural sports while on campus. The intramural program is one of the most enjoyable aspects of fraternity life at Auburn. Even though the intramural program is open to all students, Greek student participation and competition is always very strong, partly because of the leagues created for fraternities and sororities. The fraternities compete against each other in friendly but intense rivalries.

Social Life Fraternities were founded as social organizations. The ability to function comfortably in a social environment will prove almost as important as the ability to do so in a work environment. Becoming a member of a group with common interests provides the opportunity to forge friendships that will last a lifetime. Each year, fraternities participate in a wide variety of social events, including: - Themed swaps between fraternity and sorority new member classes - Band parties on the weekends - Fraternity formals that are held around the Southeast - Date parties - Themed socials between multiple fraternities and sororities

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Intramural events are usually well-attended by the Greek community, and many fraternities develop loyal fans. Enthusiasm and excitement dominate intramural events when Greeks participate! Intramural Sports at Auburn: Soccer Flag Football Sand Volleyball Tennis Basketball Indoor Volleyball Kickball Spike ball Pickleball Racquetball Ultimate Frisbee

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FRATERNITY HOUSES At Auburn, 23 of the 26 fraternities occupy a fraternity house either on campus or on property nearby. Regardless of the location of the fraternity house, these facilities are privately owned and maintained by local or national fraternity alumni house corporations. Initiate members may have an obligation to live in the fraternity house; however, each fraternity establishes its own regulations regarding members living in or out of the chapter house. Potential members should ask each fraternity about individual requirements for living in or out of the chapter house. Alumni and House Corporations The structure and organization of chapter alumni varies with each chapter. A single chapter may have its alumni organized into an “association” that meets at the chapter house at such times as Homecoming and Commencement. Other alumni associations meet more regularly and advise the chapter officers in the day-to-day operations of the chapter. Another type of “association” is the house corporation —a legal entity that owns and manages the property of the chapter. These associations make the mortgage payments, pay the insurance, oversee maintenance and repairs, and pay the employees.

FINANCES Financial requirements are an important consideration for men participating in fraternity recruitment. Students who accept an invitation to become a new member of a fraternity will enter into a financial agreement and contract. This contract may include dues, meals, housing, and other fees. Dues and fees vary for each chapter and from year to year. It is important to note that fraternity costs may be more expensive the first year due to additional pledge and initiation fees. It is also important to be aware of some additional costs.

DUES PER YEAR FIRST YEAR MEMBER Average Range

$1,342 $250 - $2,675

IN-HOUSE MEMBER Average Range

$3,532 $1,395 -$4,700

OUT-OF-HOUSE MEMBER Average Range

$1,584 $500-$2,475

includes room and board

Below are some of the financial responsibilities that accompany fraternity affiliation: - To pay certain fixed charges for room, board, and dues according to each fraternity’s schedule. - To pay the new member and initiation fees. These fees are paid only once. - To pay for such additional services as social, intramural and recruitment-related activities. - To live in the chapter house if required by the fraternity. - To pay for meals whether they are eaten or not. - To pay out-of-house fees if not livingin the fraternity house. - To discuss fully with parents or guardians the financial situation and arrive at a mutual understanding of financial requirements before joining.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Will my academics be compromised if I join a Greek organization? Academic achievement should be the number one priority for students in fraternities. When students join a Greek organization, they become part of a larger group of students who value their academic goals at Auburn. Also, the grade point average of fraternity men is consistently higher than the allundergraduate male GPA. How time consuming is a fraternity? Auburn offers a large variety of different fraternities, all with various levels of involvement. This variety ranges from members spending a few hours a day at fraternity functions to a few hours per week. New members may spend no more than 20 hours per week on mandatory new member activities. If I go through recruitment, do I have to join a fraternity? Although most potential new members will join a fraternity during the fall semester, it is not required. In addition, many fraternities will participate in another round of recruitment in January and men have the opportunity to join then.

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How do I know if joining a fraternity is right for me? Most of the stereotypes about Greek membership are myths. One of the strengths of the Auburn University’s Greek system is the diversity of the individuals who are associated with it.

What about hazing? Auburn prohibits hazing in any form. To learn more about our stance against hazing, visit Auburn University’s antihazing website (www.auburn.edu/ stophazing) for more information about the university’s policy. Will alcohol be present during recruitment events? The Auburn University Interfraternity Council prohibits alcohol from being present before, during, and after recruitment events. Any violations of this policy will be adjudicated through the IFC Judicial Process. Will I have to live in the fraternity house? That depends on the chapter you join. Some chapters have requirements in place that mandate each member live in the house for at least one year.

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AEΠ

ACACIA

ALPHA EPSILON PI

National Founding Year: 1904

National Founding Year: 1913

Auburn Founding Year: 2019

Auburn Founding Year: 2014

Motto: Human Service

Motto: Make Better Men

Chapter Values: Virtue, Knowledge, and Truth

Chapter Values: AEPi is the Jewish fraternity that allows Jewish men to find community, brotherhood, and home where they can impact their community through public service and create strong leaders in the community.

Philanthropy: Tallapoosa County Girl’s Ranch Active Members: 15 Chapter GPA: 2.61

Philanthropy: AEPuppies

Website: acacia.org

Active Members: 26

Involvement: Pre-Vet Club, Wildlife Club, Block and Bridle, Table Top Gaming Club

Chapter GPA: 2.62 Website: aepi.org Involvement: Hillel, Navy ROTC, Swim Club

CONTACT INFORMATION President Jacob Birch jdb0162@auburn.edu

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Recruitment Chair Andy Sibley ars0107@auburn.edu

CONTACT INFORMATION Advisor Daniel Robinson dwr0008@auburn.edu

President Aditya Satya ads0095@auburn.edu

Recruitment Chair Jackson Haber jhg0046@auburn.edu

Advisor Rob Kluck kulicro@auburn.edu

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ALPHA GAMMA RHO

AΓP

ΑΣΦ

ALPHA SIGMA PHI

National Founding Year: 1845 Auburn Founding Year: 2013 Motto: To better the man Chapter Values: Silence, charity, purity, honor, patriotism Philanthropy: Big for a Day, Paws for a Cause Active Members: 51 National Founding Year: 1904

Chapter GPA: 2.92

Auburn Founding Year: 1919

Meals per week: 9

Motto: Make Better Men

Beds at house: 19

Chapter Values: Nurture, Grow, Give

Address: 891 Lem Morrison Drive

Philanthropy: Boys and Girls Ranch of Alabama

Website: alphasig.org

Active Members: 46

Involvement: Clay Shooting Club, Camp War Eagle, Auburn Esports, AU Aviation Program, Interfraternity Council Cabinet, Student Government Association, Emerge at Auburn, IMPACT, University Program Council

Chapter GPA: 2.72 Meals per week: 14

CONTACT INFORMATION

Beds at house: 32

President Joseph Mulliniks jwm0075@auburn.edu

Address: 831 Lem Morrison Drive Website: agrauburn.com Involvement: Student Government Association, Emerge, Forestry Club, Wildlife Society, Fisheries Club, Backcountry Hunters & Anglers, National Wild Turkey Federation, Quail Forever Auburn IFC Recruitment Guide

Recruitment Chair Brock Ware bpw0019@auburn.edu Advisor Russell Durrance russell.durrance@gmail.com

CONTACT INFORMATION President Zach Moreland zhm0002@auburn.edu

Recruitment Chair Logan Bolton ldb0046@auburn.edu

Advisor James Fountain fountain.james@gmail.com

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ALPHA TAU OMEGA

ΑΤΩ

ΒΥΧ

BETA UPSILON CHI

National Founding Year: 1865 Auburn Founding Year: 1879 Motto: American’s Leadership Development Fraternity Chapter Values: Love and respect Philanthropy: The Lutzie43 Foundation Active Members: 218 Chapter GPA: 3.23

National Founding Year: 1985

Meals per week: 14

Auburn Founding Year: 2008

Beds at house: 30

Motto: Brothers Under Christ

Address: 926 W. Magnolia Ave.

Chapter Values: Brotherhood, Unity, Faith, Leadership, and Character

Website: ato.org

Philanthropy: Kids to Love

Involvement: Student Government Association, Interfraternity Council, War Eagle Girls & Plainsmen, Beat Bama Food Drive, Onward

Active Members: 54 Chapter GPA: 3.17 Meals per week: 14 Beds at house: 26 Address: 930 Lem Morrison Drive

CONTACT INFORMATION President Davis Hawk dkh0018@auburn.edu

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Recruitment Chair Clay Pitsinos cep0076@auburn.edu

Advisor John Sasser john.m.sasser@gmail.com

Website: betaupsilonchi.org Involvement: AU Dance Marathon, Student Government Association, Financial Management Association, AU Climbing Club, AU Theatre, New Media Club, Marching Band

CONTACT INFORMATION President Luke Sexton les0099@auburn.edu Recruitment Chair Moses Stewart mcs0188@auburn.edu Advisor Stephanie Wood byrdstj@auburn.edu 23


ΧΦ

CHI PHI

ΔΧ

DELTA CHI

National Founding Year: 1824 Auburn Founding Year: 1967 Motto: Truth, honor, and personal integrity Chapter Values: Truth, honor, and personal integrity Philanthropy: Boys and Girls Club of Auburn Active Members: 34 Chapter GPA: 3.14

National Founding Year: 1890

Meals per week: 4

Auburn Founding Year: 1951

Beds at house: 19

Motto: Leges

Address: 319 N. College St.

Chapter Values: Friendship, character, justice, education

Website: chiphiauburn.com

Philanthropy: Jimmy V Foundation

Involvement: IMPACT, Student Government Association, Club Swimming

Active Members: 70 Chapter GPA: 2.84 Meals per week: 14 Beds at house: 32

CONTACT INFORMATION President Connor Riley cmr0103@auburn.edu

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Recruitment Chair Michael Rinker mhr0023@auburn.edu

Address: 530 Biggio Drive Advisor Alan Biddle abiddle@c2gi.com

Website: deltachi.org Involvement: Auburn Rugby, Beat Bama Food Drive, Auburn Skeet Shooting, Auburn Club Soccer

CONTACT INFORMATION President Daniel Ohanian dso0006@auburn.edu Recruitment Chair Tommy White tlw0049@auburn.edu Advisor Greg Weaver weavegs@auburn.edu 25


DELTA KAPPA EPSILON

ΔΚΕ

ΔΤΔ

DELTA TAU DELTA

National Founding Year: 1865 Auburn Founding Year: 1879 Motto: Friends from the Heart, Forever Chapter Values: Brotherhood, Academics, Leadership, Community Involvement Philanthropy: Food Bank of East Alabama, Pups on the Plains Active Members: 64

National Founding Year: 1858

Chapter GPA: 2.86

Auburn Founding Year: 1952

Website: dke.org

Motto: Committed to lives of excellence

Involvement: Auburn Baseball Team, Auburn Lacrosse Team, Auburn Supply Chain Management Association, Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity

Chapter Values: Truth, Courage, Faith, Power Philanthropy: Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Active Members: 80 Chapter GPA: 3.07 Meals per week: 0 Beds at house: 12

CONTACT INFORMATION President Cooper McClinton cdm0086@auburn.edu

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Recruitment Chair Alex Holland azr0126@auburn.edu

Address: 892 Lem Morrison Drive Advisor Jonathan Hester jhester1992@gmail.com

Website: delts.org Involvement: Student Government Association, Emerge, War Eagle Girls & Plainsmen, Project Uplift, Interfraternity Council Cabinet, Auburn Club Rugby, Auburn Club Water Polo

CONTACT INFORMATION President Bryce Albert bma0033@auburn.edu Recruitment Chair Bradley Madaris bhm0019@auburn.edu Advisor Drew Nelson nelsodt@gmail.com 27


FH

FARMHOUSE

ΚΑ

KAPPA ALPHA ORDER

National Founding Year: 1865 Auburn Founding Year: 1883 Motto: Dieu et les dames Chapter Values: Gentility, Excellence, Reverence, Leadership, Knowledge Philanthropy: Coweta SamaritanClinic Toiletry Drive National Founding Year: 1905

Active Members: 239

Auburn Founding Year: 1971

Chapter GPA: 3.15

Motto: Builders of Men

Meals per week: 14

Chapter Values: Leadership, Scholarship, Fellowship

Beds at house: 28

Philanthropy: Storybook Farm

Website: auburnka.com

Active Members: 163

Involvement: Student Government Association, Interfraternity Cabinet, War Eagle Girls & Plainsmen, Financial Management Association, Executive Society, Beta Alpha Psi, Pi Lambda Sigma

Chapter GPA: 3.43 Meals per week: 14 Beds at house: 35 Address: 552 W. Thach Ave. Website: fhauburn.com Involvement: Student Government Association, War Eagle Girls & Plainsmen, IMPACT, College Ambassadors, Interfraternity Cabinet, Beat Bama Food Drive, Church Leadership, Beta Alpha Psi, Alternative Student Breaks Auburn IFC Recruitment Guide

Address: 940 Lem Morrison Drive

CONTACT INFORMATION President Mason Alfrod mpa0013@auburn.edu Recruitment Chair Daniel Windham sdw0039@auburn.edu Advisor Lee Murphy leemurphy821@bellsouth.net

CONTACT INFORMATION President Pepper Miller scm0091@auburn.edu

Recruitment Chair Peyton Walraven pew0015@auburn.edu

Advisor James Salter jamescsalter@icloud.com

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KAPPA SIGMA

ΛΧΑ

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA

National Founding Year: 1869 Auburn Founding Year: 1900 Motto: Bononia Docet Chapter Values: Fellowship, Leadership, Scholarship, Service Philanthropy: A Greater Cause;

National Founding Year: 1909

Military Heroes Campaign

Auburn Founding Year: 1915

Address: 104 Hemlock Dr.

Motto: Every man a man

Website: kappasigma.org

Chapter Values: Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Service, Honor, Integrity, Personal Courage Philanthropy: Feeding America, Eagle’s Ranch Children’s Home Active Members: 252

CONTACT INFORMATION

Chapter GPA: 3.17

President Sam Hendrixson sph0024@auburn.edu

Meals per week: 15 Beds at house: 39

CONTACT INFORMATION President Jamie Gandy jzg0139@auburn.edu

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Recruitment Chair Robert Shults rls0088@auburn.edu

Address: 266 W. Magnolia Ave. Advisor Walker May walkermay24@gmail.com

Website: auburnlambdachialpha.com Involvement: Student Government Association, Camp War Eagle Counselors, Student Recruiters, Cupola

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PHI DELTA THETA

ΦΔΘ

National Founding Year: 1848

National Founding Year: 1848

Auburn Founding Year: 1962

Auburn Founding Year: 1879

Motto: Friendship, the sweetest influence

Motto: One man is no man

Chapter Values: Friendship, knowledge, service, morality, excellence

Chapter Values: Friendship, sound learning and rectitude

Philanthropy: Young Life of Auburn

Philanthropy: Live Like Lou

Active Members: 253

Active Members: 114

Chapter GPA: 3.31

Chapter GPA: 3.09

Meals per week: 16

Meals per week: 9

Beds at house: 48

Beds at house: 0

Address: 275 S. College St.

Address: 848 Lem Morrison Drive

Website: aufiji.com

Website: phideltaauburn.com

Involvement: Student Government Association, Interfraternity Council, War Eagle Girls & Plainsmen, Auburn University Football Team, Auburn University Basketball Team, Intramural Sports

Involvement: Interfraternity Council Cabinet, Student Government Association, Auburn University Bass Fishing, University Program Council, Financial Management Association, Student Recruiters, Executive Society, Onward Campus Ministry

CONTACT INFORMATION

CONTACT INFORMATION President Zane Springer zps0001@auburn.edu Auburn IFC Recruitment Guide

PHI GAMMA DELTA

ΦΓΔ

Recruitment Chair Ryan Patel rdp0030@auburn.edu

Advisor Dwight Bassett dbassett@boydbros.com

President Tucker Sprayberry sts0041@auburn.edu

Recruitment Chair Forest Whatley flw0010@auburn.edu

Advisor Scott Littlepage

scott@mcwhorterproperties.com

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ΦΣΚ

PHI SIGMA KAPPA

National Founding Year: 1873

ΠΚΑ

PI KAPPA ALPHA

National Founding Year: 1868

Auburn Founding Year: 2010

Auburn Founding Year: 1895

Motto: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you

Motto: Once a pike, always a pike Chapter Values: Scholars, Leaders, Athletes, Gentlemen

Chapter Values: The Promotion of Brotherhood, The Stimulation of Scholarship, The Development of Character Philanthropy: Special Olympics International

Philanthropy: National Fallen Firefighter Foundation

Active Members: 71

Active Members: 199

Chapter GPA: 3.15 Meals per week: 15 Beds at house: 24 Address: 835 W. Magnolia Ave. Website: auphisig.org Involvement:

College Ambassador, Interfraternity Council Cabinet, Society for Human Resource Management, War Eagle Flying Team, Financial Management Association, Associated Builders & Contractors, Student Government Association, Club Lacrosse

CONTACT INFORMATION President Haden Anderson hha0009@auburn.edu Recruitment Chair Andrew Robinson agr0043@auburn.edu Advisor Jim Charanis flw0010@auburn.edu

Chapter GPA: 3.07 Meals per week: 15 Beds at house: 30 Address: 840 W. Magnolia Ave. Website: pikes.org Involvement: Student Government Association, Service Fraternities, Business Fraternities, Onward Campus Ministry

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ΠΚΦ

PI KAPPA PHI

ΣΑΕ

SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON

National Founding Year: 1868 Auburn Founding Year: 1895 Motto: Phi Alpha ФA Chapter Values: Scholars, Leaders, Athletes, Gentlemen Philanthropy: Children’s Miracle Network Active Members: 138 National Founding Year: 1904

Chapter GPA: 2.85

Auburn Founding Year: 1926

Meals per week: 9

Motto: Nothing shall ever tear us asunder

Beds at house: 20

Chapter Values: Character, Leadership, Achievement, Scholarship, Service

Address: 550 W. Magnolia Ave.

Philanthropy: The Ability Experience

Involvement: Best Buddies, Beta Alpha Psi, College of Business Student Council, Ducks Unlimited, IMPACT, Operation Smile, Real Estate Club, Student Government Association, Student Affairs Volunteer

Website: saeauburn.com

Active Members: 151 Chapter GPA: 3.09 Meals per week: 15 Beds at house: 25 Address: 861 Lem Morrison Drive Website: auburnpikapp.org Involvement: IMPACT, Student Government Association, Interfraternity Council, Best Buddies, Freshman Forum, The Auburn Plainsman, Auburn Bass Fishing Team, ROTC, Camp War Eagle Auburn IFC Recruitment Guide

CONTACT INFORMATION President Michael Malone mpm0055@auburn.edu Recruitment Chair Patrick Hawkins pjh0020@auburn.edu

CONTACT INFORMATION President Chance Loeffler chl0019@auburn.edu

Recruitment Chair Mark Mahan mzm0294@auburn.edu

Advisor Richard Gilcrest

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SIGMA CHI

ΣΧ

National Founding Year: 1855

National Founding Year: 1869

Auburn Founding Year: 1934

Auburn Founding Year: 1890

Motto: In Hoc Signo Vinces

Motto: Excelling with honor

Chapter Values: Friendship, justice, and learning

Chapter Values: Love, honor, truth Philanthropy: Exceptional Foundation of East Alabama

Philanthropy: The Huntsman Cancer Foundation Active Members: 159

Active Members: 239

Chapter GPA: 3.11

Chapter GPA: 3.03

Meals per week: 10

Meals per week: 14

Beds at house: 20

Beds at house: 33

Address: 737 W. Magnolia Ave.

Address: 715 W. Magnolia Ave.

Website: sigmachiauburn.com

Website: sigmanu.org

Involvement: Camp War Eagle, Emerge, ROTC, High School Leadership Conference, University Program Council, Student Government Association, Auburn Honors College

Involvement: Interfraternity Council Cabinet, War Eagle Girls & Plainsmen, University Program Council, Executive Society, Water Ski Club

CONTACT INFORMATION

CONTACT INFORMATION President Max Smith mcs0137@auburn.edu

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SIGMA NU

ΣΝ

Recruitment Chair Gage Hughes jgh0051@auburn.edu

Advisor Brian Snyder bksnyder22@gmail.com

President Pete Dazzio ptd0003@auburn.edu

Recruitment Chair Watkins Johnston wcj0016@auburn.edu

Advisor John Burgess

burgejr@auburn.edu

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ΣΠ

SIGMA PI

ΣΤΓ

SIGMA TAU GAMMA

National Founding Year: 1920 Auburn Founding Year: 2012 Motto: A path of principles Chapter Values: Brotherhood, Citizenship, Leadership, Integrity Learning, and Excellence Philanthropy: Special Olympics Active Members: 99 National Founding Year: 1897

Chapter GPA: 3.07

Auburn Founding Year: 1926

Meals per week: 10

Motto: A quest for excellence

Beds at house: 19

Chapter Values: Brotherhood, Truth, Justice, Chivalry, Scholarship

Address: 941 Lem Morrison Drive Website: sigtau.org

Philanthropy: AHERO, Amazing Day Foundation, Donate Life, Heroes of Tomorrow, and Best Buddies Active Members: 197 Chapter GPA: 3.19 Meals per week: 14 Beds at house: 30 Address: 960 W. Magnolia Ave Website: ausigmapi.org Involvement: Student Government Association, Honors College, Lead Mentor Program, Senior Pals, Camp War Eagle, IMPACT, ROTC, Emerge, Civil Engineering Honor Society, Business Engineering Program

Auburn IFC Recruitment Guide

CONTACT INFORMATION President Matt Jones mej0064@auburn.edu Recruitment Chair Jack Young jzy0094@auburn.edu Advisor Bill McNight wgm6513@bellsouth.net

Involvement: High School Leadership Conference, Cupola Engineering Ambassador, WEGP, Student Government Association, University Program Council, Financial Management Association, Students for Concealed Carry, Young Americans for Liberty, Alabama General Contractors, Lambda Sigma Pi Law Honor Society CONTACT INFORMATION President Matt Manahan mmm0161@auburn.edu

Recruitment Chair Steve McCartney sam0183@auburn.edu

Advisor John Carvalho

carvajp@auburn.edu

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ΤΚΕ

TAU KAPPA EPSILON

ΘΧ

THETA CHI

National Founding Year: 1899 Auburn Founding Year: 1947

National Founding Year: 1856

Motto: Not for wealth, rank, or honor, but personal worth and character

Auburn Founding Year: 1918 Motto: An assisting hand

Chapter Values: Love, Charity, Esteem, and Patriotism

Chapter Values: n/a Philanthropy: Chloridemia Research Foundation

Philanthropy: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Active Members: 234

Active Members: 138

Chapter GPA: 3.22

Chapter GPA: 3.04

Meals per week: 14

Meals per week: 15

Beds at house: 34

Beds at house: 25

Address: 935 Lem Morrison Dr.

Address: 554 W. Thach Ave.

Website: auburnthetachi.org

Website: tke.org

Involvement: Student Government Association, Interfraternity Council Cabinet, Student Recruiters

Involvement: College Ambassadors, Cardinal Key Honors Society, Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering Honors Society, SOS Orientation Leaders, Interfraternity Council Cabinet, Student Government Association, ROTC

CONTACT INFORMATION

CONTACT INFORMATION President Bo Borden bab0116@auburn.edu

Auburn IFC Recruitment Guide

Recruitment Chair Andrew Foley ajf0056@auburn.edu

Advisor Branden Farmer

blf0008@auburn.edu

President Ryan Brouse rcb0061@auburn.edu

Recruitment Chair Jay Leonard jpl0039@auburn.edu

Advisor Eddie Seay

edward.r.seay@gmail.com

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THETA XI

GREEK LIFE: IFC

ΘΞ

National Founding Year: 1864 Auburn Founding Year: 2021 Motto: Juncti Juvant - “United they Serve” Chapter Values: Leadership., Academic., Achievement., Responsibility, Brotherhood

LINDSAY HOLDREN

JASON ARTRIP

Director of Greek Life lindsayholdren@auburn.edu

IFC Coordinator jartrip@auburn.edu

BEN PORTER

RYAN EARLY

IFC President bdp0036@auburn.edu

IFC Vice President of Recruitment cre0018@auburn.edu

Philanthropy: Multiple Sclerosis Foundation Active Members: 22

greeklife.auburn.edu/interfraternity-council

Chapter GPA: n/a

@AuburnIFC

Website: thetaxi.org Involvement: Intramural Sports, Society of Mechanical Engineers, College of Engineering Student Events, Honors College

CONTACT INFORMATION President James Everidge jme0037@auburn.edu

Auburn IFC Recruitment Guide

Recruitment Chair Steve Reed swr0015@auburn.edu

Advisor Daniel Harding daniel.harding13@gmail.com

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831 Lem Morrison Drive

2. ALPHA SIGMA PHI

891 Lem Morrison Drive

3. ALPHA TAU OMEGA

926 West Magnolia Avenue

4. BETA UPSILON CHI

930 Lem Morrison Drive

319 North College Street CONTACT INFORMATION 530 Biggio Drive 6. DELTA CHI 892 Lem Morrison Drive 7. DELTA TAU DELTA 552 West Thach Avenue 8. FARMHOUSE 940 Lem Morrison Drive 9. KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 266 West Magnolia Avenue 10. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 848 Lem Morrison Drive 11. PHI DELTA THETA 275 South College Street 12. PHI GAMMA DELTA 835 West Magnolia Avenue 13. PHI SIGMA KAPPA 840 West Magnolia Avenue 14. PI KAPPA ALPHA 861 Lem Morrison Drive 15. PI KAPPA PHI 550 West Magnolia Avenue 16. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 737 West Magnolia Avenue 17. SIGMA CHI 715 West Magnolia Avenue 18. SIGMA NU 960 West Magnolia Avenue 19. SIGMA PI 940 Lem Morrison Drive 20. SIGMA TAU GAMMA 554 West Thach Avenue 21. TAU KAPPA EPSILON 935 Lem Morrison Drive 22. THETA CHI 5. CHI PHI

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1115 Melton Student Center, Auburn, AL 36849 Phone: 334-844-4600 auburn.edu/greeklife Membership in a fraternity is open to all enrolled Auburn University students regardless of race, sex, religion, color, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other classification protected by applicable law. Auburn University is an equal opportunity educationalinstitution/employer.