FOR NOW. FOR TOMORROW. FOREVER.
HOW TO JOIN The Iowa State Greek community has lots of options for students looking to join a fraternity. With so many different fraternities to choose from, the process can be overwhelming. Here are some tips to help you throughout the process: • Start early! Begin looking at the Greek community website (www.greek.iastate.edu) and chapter websites to learn more about each organization. • Visit campus! Any time you are in Ames, you are welcome to contact the Office of Greek Affairs at greekaffairs@ iastate.edu or 515-294-1023 to get connected with a chapter you are interested in. • Attend orientation! You can visit with chapters and learn more about what the community has to offer! • Contact chapters! This guide provides you the recruitment chair for each chapter. Feel free to reach out to them! • Attend recruitment events! Get to know the members of the chapters you are interested in! • The Multicultural Greek Council and National Pan-Hellenic Council will have events throughout the fall and spring semesters. Come check out fraternities you are interested in once you are on campus. • Once you receive a bid to join an organization, you are welcome to join at that point or keep looking at other organizations.
• When you join a chapter and have the opportunity to move into the chapter house, make sure you break your contract with the Department of Residence by July 7. the For more information, please visit www.greek.iastate.edu/housing/ contract-breaks.
WELCOME We are glad that you are interested in joining our Greek community! Our fraternities provide a lot of opportunities that will help you to make the most out of your college experience. The members of our community strive everyday to exemplify our Greek community’s set of values: Academics, Civic Engagement, Friendship, Leadership, and Social Justice. Our fraternities are banded together through three councils. We have 32 fraternities in the Interfraternity Council, four fraternities within the Multicultural Greek Council, and two fraternities in the National Pan-Hellenic Council. Fraternities on campus are either local to Iowa State or part of an inter/national organization. The Interfraternity Council is home to 32 fraternities, many who are a part of the North-American Interfraternity Conference, a trade association that works to ensure fraternities can operate in an environment conducive to their success through advocacy, collaboration and education. 29 of the fraternities have homes south of campus. The chapters vary greatly in membership size, ranging anywhere from 20 – 120 members. IFC organizations participate in recruitment 365 days of the year. Many students will join the summer before or during their first semester of their first year at Iowa State through connections in Greek Visit Day or Orientation. Students are encouraged to start looking at organizations early through websites and marketing so they can start narrowing down their search. The Multicultural Greek Council serves to improve and create dialogue and cooperation between parallel-goaled organizations. Membership includes fraternities and sororities that have an element of diversity as a foundation to its values including Latinx, Asian/Pacific-Islander and LGBTQQIA+. Chapters within MGC vary how they welcome members in their organizations. Some chapters recruit members at any point in their collegiate career, some chapters only accept members with an established GPA. The Multicultural Greek Council hosts Meet the Greeks each semester to promote individual organizations. The National Pan-Hellenic Council at Iowa State University is home to six of the nine international organizations which are called the “Divine Nine.” This is a collaborative organization of historically African American international Greek lettered fraternities and sororities. Members interested in joining will participate in a process called intake. Members must have an established Iowa State GPA before joining and are encouraged to attend Meet the Greeks, held each semester for each chapter and/or attend an informational night for one of the organizations. We are very excited for you to start your recruitment journey. We are confident that there is a perfect fraternity that will allow you to excel in your college career! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us: The Office of Greek Affairs 515-294-1023 or email@example.com.
ACACIA CHAPTER GPA: 3.12 DOES YOUR CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS? All new members are eligible for a $1000 scholarship. Additional scholarships are available both locally and internationally to members who excel academically, who choose to live in the chapter residence, and those who embody the values of ACACIA.
CHAPTER DUES: Membership dues are typically around $1100 per year. In-house membership dues are around $500 higher per semester to cover catered meals four nights a week, internet, cable, and most other residential requirements. LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: We ask that all members live in our chapter facility for at least two years with an emphasis on living in during your sophomore and junior year to strengthen the bond of brotherhood. CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: Every year, we host two major philanthropies: ACACIA Root Beer Floats, selling root beer floats on central campus and ACACIA Clause, a toy drive for underprivileged children. These benefit the local Youth and Shelter Services (YSS), Assault Care Center Extending Shelter and Support (ACCESS), and the Boys and Girls Club of Story County. COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENT: We have no requirements regarding community service. However, as our motto is human service, many of our brothers complete 20 or more hours each semester. CHAPTER VALUES: Knowledge, Virtue, Truth
@ISUAcacia Acacia Fraternity â€“ Iowa State University www.isuacacia.org
CHAPTER GPA: 2.79 THREE WORDS TO DESCRIBE THE FRATERNITY: Diverse, Brotherhood, Family FAVORITE BROTHERHOOD EVENT:
LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: Freshman are encouraged to live in the house. Members are expected to live in the house for six semesters. COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS:
Highway clean up once per semester.
BREAKDOWN OF MAJORS: Mostly
ALCOHOL POLICY: Our chapter has an alcohol restricted policy.
Engineering and Business
DOES YOUR CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS? Members living in the house and receive a 3.0 or higher for a semester and live in the next semester will receive a scholarship worth up to $1,000.
CHAPTER VALUES: Scholarship, Fellowship, Leadership
WHAT MAKES YOUR CHAPTER UNIQUE? We are the longest continuously
PRESIDENT’S NOTE: Adelante is a Fraternity that values it academics while placing fellowship and leadership as the three ideals that best represent our chapter. if there are any questions feel free to check out our Chapter’s website, Adelante.org.
running local fraternity in the nation.
CHAPTER DUES: Living in the house is $32503500 and living out of the house is $500. CHAPTER SIZE: 43
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IN NEW MEMBERS? Academically focused, social, driven.
ALPHA GAMMA RHO ΑΓΡ PRESIDENT’S NOTE: If you are thinking about going to Iowa State, being in the College of Agriculture, and being involved you need to look at Alpha Gamma Rho. It doesn’t hurt to fill out our interest form on our website. We would love to meet and interact with you. Go Cyclones!
CHAPTER GPA: 3.21 CHAPTER MOTTO: To Make Better Men FAVORITE BROTHERHOOD EVENT: Paintballing BREAKDOWN OF MAJORS: 100% of all majors are in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
DOES THE CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS? We offer many scholarships, as freshman and throughout your time in the chapter.
CHAPTER DUES: Around $3,300 (this includes dues and live in costs)
LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: Require members to live in all four years
CHAPTER SIZE: 90
LOCAL PHILANTHROPY: Agger Fries benefiting the American Cancer Society and Alpha Gamma Rho Down, benefiting the National Veterans of Foreign Wars of the US
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: Two hours per semester
ALCOHOL POLICY: Our chapter is an alcohol restricted policy. CHAPTER VALUES: Professional, Lifelong brotherhood, Positive
LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: There are Major and Minor positions within the chapter
RELATIONSHIP WITH ALUMNI: We have a very strong relationship with over 2,000 alumni
WHAT MAKES THE CHAPTER UNIQUE? We have our members live in all four years is very unique and helps build brotherhood and lifelong connections. WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IN NEW MEMBERS? We are looking for anyone that has a hard work ethic and wants to get involved.
CHAPTER NICKNAME: AGR, Aggers www.isuagr.org
Alpha Gamma Rho-Eta Chapter
ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA ΑΚΛ
DOES THE CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS?
CHAPTER DUES: $3,500 living in the house; $450 living out of
We provide a $500 scholarship to incoming freshman through an essay application.
LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: There are no live in requirements. A freshman through senior can live in house.
CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: Our philanthropy is These Hands Don’t Hurt. It is to raise awareness about sexual assault. We let people know the struggles of how often and why it happens, while trying to provide information on what to do if it ever occurs. We also raise money for ACCESS COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: We perform community service events as a chapter, the only requirement is to participate with us as a chapter.
ALCOHOL POLICY: Alpha Kappa Lambda is an alcohol permitted chapter.
LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: We try to have all members gain some leadership experience while as an undergraduate in our chapter. We have many opportunities where you can do something you are passionate for. CHAPTER VALUES: Judeo-Christian Principles, Leadership, Scholarship, Loyalty and Self-Support
CHAPTER MOTTO: Truth in the Word www.facebook.com/psiakl/
ALPHA PHI ALPHA ΑΦΑ FRATERNITY, INC.
NATIONAL FOUNDING DATE 1906
LOCAL FOUNDING DATE 1982
The Omicron Pi Chapter is a joint chapter with Drake University in Des Moines, IA.
CHAPTER SIZE 4
CHAPTER MOTTO: Manly deeds, scholarship, and love for all mankind GOVERNING COUNCIL National Pan-Hellenic Council
Omicron Pi-Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc www.stuorg.iastate.edu/site/17
ALPHA SIGMA PHI ΑΣΦ CHAPTER GPA: 2.69 MEMBER DUES: Living in the house $365 (not including living costs) $380 living out of the house LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: Two years. New Members can move in at any time
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENT: 15 hours per semester
ALCOHOL POLICY: Alpha Sigma Phi is an alcohol restricted chapter
CHAPTER VALUES: Silence, Charity, Purity, Honor, Patriotism MOTTO: To Better the Man CHAPTER NICKNAME: Alpha Sig @AlphaSigsISU Alpha Sigma Phi- Phi Chapter isualphasigs.com
ALPHA TAU OMEGA ΑΤΩ
CHAPTER GPA: 3.06 DOES THE CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS? Scholarships are offered to members who live in the house for their academic achievement. Scholarships range from $750 to $1,500.
CHAPTER DUES: $3,900 for members living in the house and $400 for members living out of the house
LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: Four semesters. First year students can move in if space is available.
CHAPTER SIZE: 74
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: Twenty hours of community service per member per semester
ALCOHOL POLICY: We have an alcohol permitted chapter WHAT MAKES YOUR CHAPTER UNIQUE? Alpha Tau Omega is recognized as the National Leadership Development Fraternity.
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IN NEW MEMBERS? Leaders to get involved and help the growth and success the chapter has seen in the past two years.
BETA SIGMA PSI ΒΣΨ CHAPTER GPA:
Our chapter has an alcohol restricted policy
THREE WORDS TO DESCRIBE THE FRATERNITY: Spiritual, Scholastic, Social
BREAKDOWN OF MAJORS: Half Engineering, one-third Business and a mix of majors
DOES YOUR CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS? Yes
CHAPTER VALUES: Faith, Brotherhood, Service, Loyalty
WHAT MAKES YOUR CHAPTER UNIQUE? Oldest men’s Christian fraternity
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IN NEW MEMBERS? Interested in developing faith and fostering academic growth.
$3850 for members living in
Per Aspera Ad Astera
LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS:
None; New members is optional
CHAPTER SIZE: 66 COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: None
@BetaSigmaPsiISU Beta Sigma PsiEpsilon Chapter www.epsilon.betasigmapsi.org
BETA THETA PI ΒΘΠ
CHAPTER GPA: 3.05 FAVORITE BROTHERHOOD EVENT: Paintballing and go-karting
BREAKDOWN OF MAJORS: Design, Business,
LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: Four semesters- if you study abroad that counts toward one semester living in.
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENT: Ten hours per member per semester
DOES YOUR CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS? Yes
CHAPTER DUES: $750 (not including living costs)
@beta_iastate ISU Beta @beta_iastate
CHI PHI ΧΦ
CHAPTER GPA: 2.61 CHAPTER VALUES: Chapter Values: Truth, Honor, Integrity FAVORITE BROTHERHOOD EVENT: Chi Phi Fire DUES: $450 CHAPTER SIZE: 28 CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: We raise money for the Boys and Girls Club of America. COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: Five hours per member per semester. @iastatechiphi
DELTA CHI ΔΧ CHAPTER GPA: 3.01 BREAKDOWN OF MAJORS: Mostly Business and Engineering. CHAPTER DUES: $600 for new members (not including living costs) and $565 for members (not including living costs) LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: None CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: We raise money for the Jimmy V Foundation for Cancer Research
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: Eight hours per member per semester.
ALCOHOL POLICY: Our chapter has an alcohol permitted policy. CHAPTER VALUES: Promote Friendship, Develop Character, Advance Justice, Assist in the Acquisition of a Sound Education.
Iowa State University Delta Chi www.iastatedeltachi.com @isu_dx
DELTA LAMBDA PHI ΔΛΦ
NATIONAL FOUNDING DATE: October 15, 1986 CHAPTER VALUES: Excellence, Integrity, Diversity, Service, Friendship, Justice, Commitment CHAPTER DUES: $200-$300 per semester CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: The Trevor Project MOTTO: Making Our Presence Make a Difference WHAT MAKES YOUR CHAPTER UNIQUE? Delta Lambda Phi was the first fraternity founded by gay men for all men.
NEW MEMBER REQUIREMENTS: Individuals must be male-identified during the recruitment and induction with a GPA higher than 2.50. @dlpisu
Delta Lambda Phi at Iowa State
DELTA SIGMA PHI ΔΣΦ
CHAPTER GPA: 2.56 THREE WORDS TO DESCRIBE THE FRATERNITY: Building Better Men
FAVORITE BROTHERHOOD EVENT: Spring retreat at Ada Hayden park.
CHAPTER DUES: $500 (not including living costs) LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: Optional
RELATIONSHIP WITH ALUMNI: Strong relationship with alumni and our alumni board, who frequently meet with the chapter and come to events. WHAT MAKES YOUR CHAPTER UNIQUE? Our chapter officially chartered in the Fall of 2016. Because we are relatively new, members have the unique opportunity to really shape the fraternity and impact everything we do. WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IN NEW MEMBERS? We
CHAPTER SIZE: 65 COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: Ten hours of community service per member per semester.
are constantly seeking quality men who are interested in bettering themselves and their community. We believe our fraternity has a positive impact on Iowa State, and we like to have fun while doing it.
CHAPTER VALUES: Courage, Action, Excellence
WHEN CAN NEW MEMBERS MOVE IN? Any time.
LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: All members are encouraged
CHAPTER MOTTO: Better Men, Better Lives.
to take up leadership positions within the chapter, either on the executive board, standards board, as chairmen, or on committees.
CHAPTER NICKNAME: Delta Sig
DELTA TAU DELTA ΔΤΔ NOTE FROM THE PRESIDENT: On behalf of the Gamma Pi chapter of Delta Tau Delta, we look forward to recruiting fun, academically driven new members who are motivated and willing to be involved both in the chapter and in the community. Our chapter is built on a mutual understanding of hard work, brotherhood, and the goal of leaving the chapter greater than how you found it.
CHAPTER GPA: 2.96
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: Twelve hours per semester per member
THREE WORDS TO DESCRIBE THE FRATERNITY: Driven, Well-Rounded, Empowered
ALCOHOL POLICY: We have an alcohol permitted policy.
FAVORITE BROTHERHOOD EVENT:
CHAPTER VALUES: Truth, Courage, Faith, Power
Beginning of the year golf tournament
BREAKDOWN OF MAJORS: 37% College of Business, 31% College of Engineering, 17% College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, 6% College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 5% College of Human Sciences, 4% College of Design
CHAPTER DUES: $4,863.42 for members living in with a full meal plan
LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: Four semesters
WHAT MAKES YOUR CHAPTER UNIQUE? Large fraternity with a small fraternity feel. Strong balance with academics and community service and philanthropy with fun brotherhood and leadership opportunities.
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IN NEW MEMBERS? Dedicated to academics, involved, willing to give back.
CHAPTER MOTTO: Committed to Lives of Excellence CHAPTER NICKNAME: Delts
CHAPTER SIZE: 123 @ISUDelts
Delta Tau Delta- Gamma Pi
DELTA UPSILON ΔΥ
CHAPTER GPA: 3.16 THREE WORDS TO DESCRIBE THE FRATERNITY: Brotherhood, Respect, Ambitious
FAVORITE BROTHERHOOD EVENT: Annual camping trip
WHAT MAKES YOUR CHAPTER UNIQUE? Our chapter is made up of diverse individuals with a strong sense of brotherhood.
Mostly Engineering and Business
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IN NEW MEMBERS? Well rounded, quality gentlemen.
CHAPTER DUES: $460 (not including living costs)
WHEN CAN NEW MEMBERS MOVE IN?
BREAKDOWN OF MAJORS:
LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: Two years
CHAPTER VALUES: The Advancement of Justice, Promotion of Friendship, Development of Character, Diffusion of Liberal Culture
As early as first semester freshman year.
CHAPTER MOTTO: Dikaia Upotheke (Justice, Our
CHAPTER SIZE: 76
CHAPTER NICKNAME: DU
We raise money for the Global Service Initiative.
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENT: 15 hours per member per semester
CHAPTER GPA: 3.28 BREAKDOWN OF MAJORS: 39% College of Agriculture,
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: 15 hours per member per semester, 10 hours per member over the summer
38% College of Engineering, 13% College of Business, 10% Other
ALCOHOL POLICY: We have an alcohol prohibited policy
CHAPTER DUES: $3,900 per semester living in, $550 living out
CHAPTER VALUES: Faith. Ambition. Reverence. Morality. Honesty. Obedience. Unity. Service. Excellence.
of the house
LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: Minimum to live in the chapter facility six semester, also maintain full-time status at Iowa State and maintain a 2.7 GPA.
CHAPTER SIZE: 91
FarmHouse Fraternity Iowa State Chapter
CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: Burritoville benefiting Childrenâ€™s Cancer Connection; Feed the Need benefiting MICA, Called to be Bald benefiting the Be the Match, LeukemiaLymphoma Society
KAPPA SIGMA ΚΣ
CHAPTER GPA: 3.00 PRESIDENT’S NOTE: Kappa Sigma is the single largest Fraternity in the United States and as such it provides its members with the largest network to learn valuable life skills and become a better man. In the same network you will find Musicians, Senators, Astronauts, CEOs, and Engineers all of which share all of our values of hard work and commitment to what you believe in. Kappa Sigma has so much to offer and we look forward to sharing it all with you.
CHAPTER DUES: Living in the house $3600, Living out of the house $500 LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: Four Semesters CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: We raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project ALCOHOL POLICY: We have an alcohol restricted policy CHAPTER VALUES: Brotherhood, Leadership, Service, and Scholarship are our four main pillars that we base the principle of what it means to be Kappa Sigma.
LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: Along with the chance to be on the executive committee and serve as a leader of the chapter we also offer smaller roles as the leader of a separate committee of about a dozen members. NEW MEMBER REQUIREMENTS: One to two meetings a week and participate in either Homecoming or Greek weeks events depending on which semester men join.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA ΛΧA CHAPTER GPA: 3.05 CHAPTER DUES: $500 (not including living costs) LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS:
New members are required to
live in a semester after joining.
CHAPTER SIZE: 49 CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: We raise money for Feeding America.
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: Ten hours per member per semester
CHAPTER VALUES: Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Service and Stewardship, Honor, Integrity, Personal Courage
CHAPTER NICKNAME: Lambda Chi www.mylambdachi.com/
LAMBDA THETA PHI ΛΘΦ LATIN FRATERNITY, INC
CHAPTER GPA: 2.92
COMMUNITY SERVICE: Continuous mentorships with the
THREE WORDS THAT DESCRIBE YOUR FRATERNITY:
Juntos program which helps share information and advice for middle/high schoolers on how continue on to higher education.
ANY FAVORITE BROTHERHOOD EVENT: Back to School
CHAPTER VALUES: Academic Excellence, Brotherhood, Leadership, Latino Unity, and Service
Respect, Culture, Pride
cookout held every fall to welcome back the brothers as well as incoming students.
BREAK DOWN OF MAJORS IN THE CHAPTER: Engineers (Mechanical, Chemical, Industrial, Civil, Electrical), World Languages and Cultures, Computer Science, Biology, Community and Regional Planning.
RELATIONSHIP WITH ALUMNI: Our organization creates relationships both throughout and after the undergraduate experience.
WHAT MAKES YOUR CHAPTER UNIQUE? As the
CHAPTER SIZE: 18
first nationally recognized Latino Fraternity, we strive for the betterment of Latino communities. We continuously provide mentorship to those who lack the knowledge of the process towards higher education.
CHAPTER MOTTO: Chivalry Above Self
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IN NEW MEMBERS?
CHAPTER DUES: Varies from year to year
CHAPTER NICKNAME: Lambdas
Self-driven individuals who are willing to commit to continuously develop our brotherhood in order to provide future students the opportunity become brothers of our great organization.
WHAT ARE NEW MEMBER REQUIREMENTS? Second
semester fulltime student and above with a GPA higher than a 2.5
OMEGA PSI PHI ΩΨΦ FRATERNITY, INC.
THREE WORDS TO DESCRIBE YOUR FRATERNITY: Manhood, Scholarship, Perseverance, and Uplift
COMMUNITY SERVICE INITIATIVES: Achievement Week,
FAVORITE BROTHERHOOD EVENT: The Omega Psi Phi
National Social Action Program, Talent Hunt Program, National High School Essay Contest, Assault on Literacy Program (AOIP), Charles R. Drew Blood Drive
DOES YOUR CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS:
LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: Chance to hold a position as president, vice president, treasurer, or keep of records and seals
Scholarship program- promotes academic excellence among the undergraduate members. Graduate chapters provide financial assistance to student members and non-members. A portion of the fraternity’s national budget is allocated to scholarships through the Charles R, Drew Memorial Scholarship Commission. College endowment fund - Each year the fraternity gives at least $50,000 to historically black college and universities in furtherance of Omega’s commitment to provide philanthropic support.
WHAT IS YOUR PHILANTHROPY? Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Incorporated is a fraternity that prides itself on giving back to the African American community by sacrificing our time and effort. We make a relentless effort to uplift, assist, and build a bridge for African American children, women, and men whenever and wherever we possibly can.
NEW MEMBER REQUIREMENTS: Possess a cumulative
GPA of 2.5(in a 4.0 system, or equivalent in a different system). Have completed at least 36 semester credit hours in a standard semester system (Quarter system requires 56 credits).
WHAT IS YOUR CHAPTER/ORGANIZATION MOTTO: Friendship is essential to the Soul
WHAT IS THE CHAPTER NICKNAME? Merciless Mu Theta
PHI DELTA THETA ΦΔΘ CHAPTER GPA: 3.15 CHAPTER DUES: $3,800 living in the house; $425 living out of the house
LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: Four semesters. New members can move in right away.
CHAPTER SIZE: 91 CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: We raise money for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: One community service project each year.
LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: Our chapter offers opportunities for leadership and also helps members find other leadership opportunities in campus organizations. CHAPTER MOTTO: We enjoy life by the help and society of others. @ISUphi Phi Delta Theta- Iowa State www.iastate.phideltatheta.org
PHI GAMMA DELTA FIJI CHAPTER GPA: 3.14 DOES YOUR CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS? $500 cash scholarship to all new members to receive above a 3.2 GPA.
CHAPTER DUES: $600 (not including living costs) LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: Six semesters Chapter size: 119
CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: Fiji Smore Roast Benefiting the USO
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENT: Fifteen hours per member per semester
ALCOHOL POLICY: We have an alcohol prohibited policy. CHAPTER VALUES: Friendship, Knowledge, Service, Morality, Excellence
@iowastatefiji @aiphigam www.aifiji.com
PHI KAPPA PSI ΦΚΨ CHAPTER SIZE: 85 DOES YOUR CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS? Yes, we have the largest national scholarship endowment fund
CHAPTER DUES: $500 per semester (not including living costs)
LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: We have a one year live in requirement.
CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: We raise money for the Boys and Girls Club
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS? Fifteen per semester for new members; Twenty per semester for active members. @phipsiisu http://www.phipsiisu.com Phi Kappa Psi - Iowa State University (Iowa Beta) @phipsiisu
PHI KAPPA THETA ΦΚΘ CHAPTER GPA: 2.78 CHAPTER DUES: $500 living out of the house $3350 living in the house
LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: Six semesters CHAPTER SIZE: 51 CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: Phi Kappa Sundaes and Phi Kappa Cookout benefiting the Children’s Miracle Network. COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: Ten hours per member per semester
ALCOHOL POLICY: We have an alcohol restricted policy. CHAPTER MOTTO: Give, expecting nothing thereof. CHAPTER NICKNAME: Phi Kaps @isuphikaps ISU Phi Kaps www.isuphikaps.org
PHI KAPPA TAU ΦΚΤ
CHAPTER GPA: 2.73 THREE WORDS TO DESCRIBE THE FRATERNITY: Leadership, Brotherhood, Exemplary character
LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: Our fraternity is new
FAVORITE BROTHERHOOD EVENT:
to campus, which in turn allows for new members to jump into big leadership roles and help to set the ground work for the future.
Smash Bros tournament or Dodgeball
BREAKDOWN OF MAJORS: Majority Engineering students, also a mis of business, agriculture, and STEM fields.
DOES YOUR CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS? Yes, the chapter has scholarship opportunities from the national organization.
CHAPTER DUES: $150 for new members and $300 for active members
CHAPTER SIZE: 39
CHAPTER VALUES: Commitment to brotherhood, learning, and ethical leadership.
CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: We raise money for the SeriousFun Children’s Network
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: Fifteen hours per member per semester
WHAT MAKES YOUR CHAPTER UNIQUE? What makes our chapter unique is the fact that everyone involved is new to the fraternity life. Since we are all new members we have the great opportunity to shape our own path and lay the ground work for the future. Something most people don’t get the chance to have. WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IN NEW MEMBERS? We are looking for someone willing to champion a lifelong commitment to brotherhood and for someone willing to show that initiative to grow as a leader.
CHAPTER NICKNAME: Phi Tau @phikappatau_isu
Phi Kappa Tau ISU
PI ALPHA PHI ΠAΦ LIST THREE WORDS THAT DESCRIBE YOUR FRATERNITY: Humble, Bright, Gentlemen
BREAK DOWN OF MAJORS: Mostly Engineers and one Criminal Science
CHAPTER SIZE: 4 CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: Jade Ribbon Campaign CHAPTER VALUES: Brotherhood, Leadership, Asian American Awareness, Academic Excellence, Philanthropy. WHAT MAKES YOUR CHAPTER UNIQUE? We’re the only Asian American Interest Fraternity on campus. WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IN NEW MEMBERS? Passion, Ideas, Energy
CHAPTER MOTTO? A tradition of excellence since 1929. CHAPTER NICKNAME: Pineapples isupaphi /ISUPiAlphaPhi
PI KAPPA ALPHA ΠΚA
CHAPTER GPA: 2.88
CHAPTER VALUES: Pi Kappa Alpha has remained dedicated
THREE WORDS TO DESCRIBE THE FRATERNITY:
to developing men of integrity, intellect, success and high moral character, and to fostering a truly lifelong fraternal experience.
Motivated, Competitive, Charitable
BREAKDOWN OF MAJORS: Mostly Engineers and Business DOES YOUR CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS? Yes CHAPTER DUES: $3,800 living in the house $480 living out of the house
LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: Four semesters. CHAPTER SIZE: 82 Chapter Philanthropy: We raise money for the Story County Animal Shelter through Pike’s Puppies and for Boy’s and Girl’s Club through Pike’s World Series. COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: Fifteen hours per member per semester.
ALCOHOL POLICY: We have an alcohol prohibited policy.
LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: We offer a wide range of leadership opportunities within the Fraternity, as well as identifying and pushing members to take roles on campus.
RELATIONSHIP WITH ALUMNI: The Fraternal experience is one that is life long and thus, we have a strong relationship with our alumni. Though meet and greets, game watches, and events you will meet distinguished community members in our noble order. WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IN NEW MEMBERS? The Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity seeks to recruitment men of high morale character into its order. It seeks to take these men and develop them into scholars, leaders, athletes, and gentleman that will flourish in our collegiate bonds.
CHAPTER MOTTO: SLAG (Scholars, Leaders, Athletes, Gentlemen)
CHAPTER NICKNAME: Pike
PI KAPPA PHI ΠΚΦ
CHAPTER GPA: 2.85 DOES THE CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS? Yes, we have 26 different scholarships that amount to $16,000.
CHAPTER DUES: $710 for new members and $510 for active members (not including living costs) Live In Requirements: Four semesters. New members are encouraged to move in after they join.
CHAPTER SIZE: 45 CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: Our philanthropy is The Ability Experience, Mission: We use Shared Experiences to support people with disabilities and develop the men of Pi Kappa Phi into servant leaders. COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: Four hours per member per semester
CHAPTER VALUES: Common Loyalty, Personal Responsibility, Achievement, Accountability, Campus involvement, Responsible Citizenship, Lifelong Commitment. LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: Pi Kapp College for Emerging Leaders is a transformational, six-day leadership development experience. Pi Kapp College for Emerging Leaders has proven to be one of the fraternity’s most impactful and most enduring leadership experiences. Since its redesign in 2010, nearly three quarters of all program graduates have gone on to hold leadership positions in their chapters or campus communities. @ISUPKP Pi Kappa Phi ISU @pkpiowastate
SIGMA CHI ΣΧ NOTE FROM THE PRESIDENT: One of our brothers once said it best. “Men join fraternities. Leaders of men join Sigma Chi.” -John Wayne
CHAPTER GPA: 2.90
CHAPTER SIZE: 98
THREE WORDS TO DESCRIBE THE FRATERNITY:
CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: Derby Days benefiting the
Friendship, Justice, Learning
Huntsman Cancer Institute.
FAVORITE BROTHERHOOD EVENT: Paintball BREAKDOWN OF MAJORS: Mostly Business, Engineering, and the sciences
DOES YOUR CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS? Yes
CHAPTER DUES: $500 (not including living costs)
ALCOHOL POLICY: We have an alcohol prohibited policy.
CHAPTER VALUES: Courage, Wisdom, Integrity, SelfControl, High Ambition, Courtesy, Fidelity
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IN NEW MEMBERS? Men of good character, those who are driven and dynamic
LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: Four semesters. New
CHAPTER MOTTO: In Hoc Signo Vinces (In this sign,
members can move in as soon as they would like to pending space.
you shall conquer)
CHAPTER NICKNAME: Sigs, Machi’s
SIGMA LAMBDA BETA ΣΛB INTERNATIONAL FRATERNITY, INC.
LIST THREE WORDS THAT DESCRIBE YOUR FRATERNITY: Supportive, Family, Impactful
CHAPTERS VALUES: Brotherhood, Scholarship, Community Service, and Cultural Awareness
FAVORITE BROTHERHOOD EVENT: Semester Retreats
LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: President, Vice President,
and Potluck Dinners
Treasurer, and Event Committees
BREAK DOWN OF MAJORS: 2 Dietetics, 2 Mechanical
RELATIONSHIP WITH ALUMNI: Omicron chapter has
Engineers, 1 Environmental Science,1 Electrical Engineer, 1 Civil Engineer, 1 Business, 1 Kinesiology
DOES YOUR CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS? SLB Education Foundation, amount varies
CHAPTER DUES: $127.25 per semester CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: Charity Bowl proceeds going to A.C.C.E.S.S. with Sigma Lambda Gamma
Individuals who are wanting to become involved with the community and want to go outside of their comfort zone.
NEW MEMBER REQUIREMENTS: 2.5 cumulative GPA and
community garden in Perry, IA for high school students. Adopta-Highway with Lambda Theta Nu. Bringing diverse speakers to campus to help create a safe atmosphere for difficult conversations. @IowaStateBetas
WHAT MAKES YOUR CHAPTER UNIQUE?
Our commitment to our organizations values especially cultural awareness, accepting and supporting diversity.
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IN NEW MEMBERS?
CHAPTER SIZE: 9
COMMUNITY SERVICE INITIATIVES: The Grow, a
an Alumni Association specifically for our chapter, Old School Omicron Alumni Association
taking 12 credit hours at ISU.
CHAPTER MOTTO: Opportunity for Wisdom, Wisdom for Culture.
Iowa State Betas
SIGMA PHI EPSILON ΣΦE CHAPTER GPA: 3.21 BREAKDOWN OF MAJORS: 50% Engineering, 30% Business, 20% Other
DOES YOUR CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS? Yes, $500 is awarded to two freshmen
CHAPTER DUES: $4,250 living in the house, $435 living out of the house
LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: Four semesters. New members can move in immediately.
CHAPTER SIZE: 95 CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: We raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters.
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENT: Fifteen hours per member per semester
ALCOHOL POLICY: We have an alcohol permitted policy. LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: Edge Leadership Continuum, Carlson Leadership Academy, Ruck Leadership institute, Tragos Journey to Greece.
CHAPTER NICKNAME: Sig Ep
SIGMA PI ΣΠ
CHAPTER GPA: 2.99
CHAPTER VALUES: Scholarship, chivalry, diffuse culture,
THREE WORDS TO DESCRIBE THE FRATERNITY: Diverse, Social, Chivalrous
FAVORITE BROTHERHOOD EVENT: Volleyball DOES THE CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS? Yes, we will pay for tutors and you receive a discount on your chapter dues for excellent grades.
RELATIONSHIP WITH ALUMNI: We have a handful of very active local alumni. Our national president is from this chapter. They help with small projects, donations, and help keep house property running.
WHAT MAKES YOUR CHAPTER UNIQUE? A large chapter with a variety of men. Although all men are different we have no problem getting together and sharing great brotherhood experiences.
LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: Two years. New members can
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IN NEW MEMBERS?
CHAPTER DUES: $3,650 living in the house, $700 living out of
move in right away.
CHAPTER SIZE: 94 COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: Ten hours per member per semester.
ALCOHOL POLICY: We have an alcohol permitted policy. @sigmapi_iowastate
New members who are respectful not just to other members, but all others on campus. We look for men who are well-rounded individuals with grades and community involvement. men that are willing to dive into our brotherhood and get involved.
CHAPTER MOTTO: Progress, man’s distinctive mark alone, Not God’s, and not the beasts’; God is, they are. Man partly is and wholly hopes to be.
SIGMA TAU GAMMA ΣTΓ
CHAPTER GPA: All members are expected to maintain above a 2.70 GPA while a member of Sigma Tau Gamma. THREE WORDS TO DESCRIBE YOUR FRATERNITY: Courageous Noble Gentlemen CHAPTER DUES: $450 CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: We raise money for the Special Olympics.
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: Associate members are encouraged to have previous community service or philanthropy experience. All members are expected to perform 7 hours of community service while a member of Sigma Tau Gamma.
CHAPTER VALUES: Learning. Integrity. Excellence. Leadership. Citizenship. Brotherhood.
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IN NEW MEMBERS? We are searching for men who exemplify our values and want to help create a tradition on Iowa State’s campus as a Founding Father.
WHAT MAKES YOUR CHAPTER UNIQUE? A fraternal experience committed to building generations of men founded upon nobility remains the principal benefit of members in Sigma Tau Gamma and the one definitive element that differentiates us from other fraternities on campus.
WHAT ARE NEW MEMBER REQUIREMENTS? All associate members are expected to have a 2.5 cumulative college GPA or a 3.0 GPA from high school; previous community service or philanthropy involvements from high school or college; and previous leadership positions from high school or be involved in at least one other student organization at Iowa State.
CHAPTER MOTTO: Building Noble Generations of Men
CHAPTER NICKNAME: Sig Tau
TAU KAPPA EPSILON TKE CHAPTER GPA: 3.14 DOES YOUR CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS? Yes. Tau Kappa Epsilon’s scholarship fund is bigger than the next top five Greek chapters combined. Tau Kappa Epsilon provides over $60,000 in scholarships to members each year.
CHAPTER DUES: $400-$500 per semester (not including living costs) LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: New members are allowed to live in the chapter facility as soon as they join, as well as all active members. CHAPTER SIZE: 107 CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: We raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Community Service Requirement: Twelve hours per member per semester. WHAT MAKES YOUR CHAPTER UNIQUE? We are especially proud of the drastically varying backgrounds we come from and the strength of our brotherhood. We have members from all across the country and studying in every college on campus -- these differences enable us to succeed and grow as men. @TKE_Epsilon TKEEpsilon www.tkerush.com
THETA CHI ΘΧ
CHAPTER GPA: 3.03
CHAPTER VALUES: Extend an assisting hand, sacred
THREE WORDS TO DESCRIBE THE FRATERNITY:
purpose, academics, and community service.
Accountability, Assistance, Friendship
BREAKDOWN OF MAJORS: College of Business, College of Engineering, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. DOES YOUR CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS? Yes. $1,700 in scholarships.
CHAPTER DUES: $500 living out of the house, $4,000 living in the house
LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: Six or four semesters. New members can move in immediately.
CHAPTER SIZE: 57 CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: Theta Chi Mic a Difference to benefit Boys and Girls Club of Story County.
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: Twenty hours per member per year.
ALCOHOL POLICY: We have an alcohol prohibited policy.
RELATIONSHIP WITH ALUMNI: Vast network of alumni willing to reach out to other Theta Chis for internship/job opportunities through a simple to use online program. WHAT MAKES YOUR CHAPTER UNIQUE? One of our executive officer positions is the Vice President of Health and Safety. He sets up speakers for our chapter to educate us on various social issues. He also conducts activities to promote good mental health within the chapter. WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR IN NEW MEMBERS? Active, motivated, sociable people who are willing to get out of their comfort zone.
CHAPTER MOTTO: Extend an assisting hand. CHAPTER NICKNAME: Ox @ISU_Thetachi @isu_theta_chi Alpha Mu Chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity
THETA DELTA CHI ΘΔΧ CHAPTER GPA: 2.77 THREE WORDS TO DESCRIBE THE FRATERNITY: Progressive, Exclusive, Traditional
FAVORITE BROTHERHOOD: Camping BREAKDOWN OF MAJORS: Mostly Engineering and Business majors DOES YOUR CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS? Yes CHAPTER DUES: $475 (not including living costs) RELATIONSHIP WITH ALUMNI: Strong! We implemented the “Ash Renewal” event which is a gathering of past alumni at the chapter house. LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: One year. New members can move in immediately.
CHAPTER SIZE: 52 CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: Thumpers Brownie Bar benefiting the Autism Speaks Foundation
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: Ten house per member per semester
ALCOHOL POLICY: We have an alcohol restricted policy. CHAPTER MOTTO: Our Hearts Are United CHAPTER NICKNAME: Thumpers @ThumpersTDX Theta Delta Chi Iowa State www.tdxia.org
THETA XI ΘΞ CHAPTER GPA: 2.78 DOES YOUR CHAPTER OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS? Yes, for above 3.0 GPA
CHAPTER DUES: $3800 living in the chapter house, $700 living out of the chapter house.
LIVE IN REQUIREMENTS: Six Semesters CHAPTER SIZE: 29 CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: We raise money for Habitat For Humanity.
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENTS: Five hours per member per semester
ALCOHOL POLICY: We have an alcohol restricted policy.
WHEN CAN NEW MEMBERS LIVE IN? First semester freshman can move in. www.tdxia.org
CHAPTER GPA: 3.23 THREE WORDS TO DESCRIBE THE FRATERNITY: Real Social Engineers
BREAKDOWN OF MAJORS: Computer Science, Math, Chemical Engineering, Material Engineering, Management Information Systems, Computer Engineering, Agriculture Systems Technology, Industrial Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Software Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Biosystems Engineering CHAPTER DUES: $4,175 living in the house $425 living out of the house
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENT: Ten hours per member per semester.
WHAT MAKES YOUR CHAPTER UNIQUE? Triangle is unique because our Members all have a similar area of study so we go through similar classes and struggles which not only strengthens us academically but it also brings all of us closer together and really makes Triangle more of a home than just an organization. @istriangle Triangle Fraternity- Iowa State www.iowastatetriangle.com
LIVE IN REQUIREMENT: Expected to live in the house. New members can move in right away.
CHAPTER PHILANTHROPY: Triangle Tracks which benefits Habitat for Humanity.
FINANCIAL COMMITMENT FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IS IMPORTANT FOR ALL COLLEGE STUDENTS. Every member of a fraternity or sorority agrees to be fiscally responsible as a student and a chapter member. Each chapter conducts their own billing and financial processes through online or payment plans. The chapter bills separately from the university bill. Membership fees include local and inter/national (if applicable) membership dues, one-time fees (such as initiation or new member fees) and room and board, if the chapter has a house. Oftentimes financial aid packages can be applied to fraternity and sorority costs. As each student has an individualized award package, please check with the Office of Student Financial Aid for more information. There are many scholarships awarded to Greek members through their local chapter, inter/national organization and through Iowa State University. Members are encouraged to seek out scholarships through these resources or contact the Office of Student Financial Aid at www.financialaid.iastate.edu.
INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL AVERAGE COSTS housing status
not living in
not living in
MULTICULTURAL GREEK COUNCIL AND NATIONAL PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL Each Multicultural Greek Council and National Pan-Hellenic Council organization will annually assess chapter dues, inter/national dues, joining fee and lifelong membership fees. Any questions can be directed to the local chapter.
STUDENTS WHO JOIN AN INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL CHAPTER WITH A HOUSE HAVE THE OPTION OF MOVING INTO THE CHAPTER, IF SPACE ALLOWS BEFORE THEIR FIRST SEMESTER AT IOWA STATE OR ANY TIME AFTER THAT POINT. Typically chapters encourage students to live in the chapter house for two to eight semesters while an active member of the chapter. If a student joins an organization before their first semester, the deadline to cancel his Department of Residence contract to receive little or no fee is July 7, 2017. For more information about the contract break policy visit www.greek.iastate.edu/housing/contractbreaks. For more information, contact the Office of Greek Affairs at 515-294-1023.
TERMS TO KNOW Active Member _ a fully initiated undergraduate member of a fraternity/ sorority.
Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) _ the governing body for fraternities and
Alumni/Alumna _ an initiated fraternity/sorority member who has completed their course of study and graduated from the university.
National Asian Pacific Islander American Panhellenic Association (NAPA) _ umbrella organization for 18 Asian Pacific Islander American (APIA) fraternities and sororities.
Bedroom-Style Living _ similar to the traditional residence hall. Bid _ a formal invitation given by a chapter asking a prospective member to join the chapter.
sororities at Iowa State with a diversity as a foundation for membership.
National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO) _ the coalition of 16 Latina/o based sororities and fraternities.
Chapter _ the local membership of an inter/national fraternal organization.
National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) _ an organization composed of 26 member womenâ€™s sororities.
Cold Airs _ a large, common sleeping quarter with bunked beds. Traditionally windows are kept open year-round, but recently many cold airs are heated/ cooled appropriate to the season. Chapter members have two to three people within one living quarters separate from cold airs.
National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) _ a national governing organization of nine historically African-American fraternities and sororities. Iowa State University has a local council to govern the chapters represented at Iowa State.
Collegiate Panhellenic Council (CPC) _ the governing body for all Iowa State University sororities in the National Panhellenic Conference and two affiliate groups. Colony _ a fraternal membership that has received approval from the University Committee on Fraternities and Sororities and recognition from one of the Greek governing councils but is in a trial period with their inter/national organization. Continuous Open Bidding _ an informal process of recruitment that some Collegiate Panhellenic Council chapters will engage in each academic year. Fraternity _ a Greek-letter brotherhood, siblinghood or sisterhood. Greek _ the name applied to affiliated sorority and fraternity members. Interfraternity Council (IFC) _ the governing body for 31 Iowa State University fraternities; many groups are members of the North-American Interfraternity Conference.
New Member _ a prospective member from the time the member accepts a bid to affiliate until the time the member is initiated. MGC and NPHC organizations will use a variety of terms to call their new members. New Member Program _ a period of adjustment to Greek life, during which new members learn the history and values about the fraternity/sorority, its members and activities. North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) _ an organization composed of more than 70 national member menâ€™s fraternities. Paraphernalia _ articles of clothing, accessories, props, or jewelry that a member may wear or possess that shows pride in their organization. Philanthropy _ a charitable fundraiser sponsored by a fraternity or sorority. Potential Members _ undergraduate students interested in becoming a member of a fraternity/sorority.
Initiation/Activation _ the traditional ritual or formal ceremony of induction that marks the transition to full membership in a fraternity/sorority.
Recruitment _ the continual process of encouraging men and women to become members of the Greek community.
Legacy _ a prospective member whose grandparents, mother/father or sister/ brother is an alumni of a fraternity/sorority.
Sorority _ a Greek-letter siblinghood or sisterhood.
Member Presentation _ a presentation where new members of many MGC and NPHC organizations present themselves as initiated members of their organizations to the campus community. Membership Intake Process _ a process by which interested persons become members of most MGC and NPHC organizations. Generally characterized by an informational meeting, an application process, an interview or series of interviews and an educational process.
Suite-Style Living _ three to six people sharing a common living space. The Office of Greek Affairs _ university staff offering support and resources to the Collegiate Panhellenic Council, Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, individual chapters, Greek members and leaders and faculty and chapter advisers.
Phi Kappa Psi
Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI)
Phi Delta Theta
Lambda Chi Alpha
Delta Tau Delta
Delta Sigma Ph
Beta Theta Pi
Beta Sigma Psi
Alpha Tau Omega
Medium (31-59 members)
Alpha Sigma Phi
Small (under 30 members)
Alpha Kappa Lambda
Alpha Gamma Rho
Basis for recruitment
AlcoholPolicy Policy Alcohol Prohibited
SleepingStyle Style Sleeping Suite Style
Cold Airs Bedroom Style
Dining Dining House Director
Cook Catered Meals
*Although these chapters have a basis for recruitment, their membership is inclusive to all Iowa State students.
Theta Delta Chi
KEY Theta Chi
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Pi Kappa Phi
Pi Kappa Alpha
Phi Kappa Theta
AMENITIES x x x
x x x
Alcohol Permitted: The possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages is allowed on chapter property for people of legal age. Chapters may choose to implement more restrictions or guidelines either on their own or with national bylaws. Registered events with alcohol are allowed on chapter property with proper event approval from the Greek Events Review Team.
Alcohol Restricted: The possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages is allowed on chapter property for people of legal age. Chapters may choose to implement more restrictions or guidelines either on their own or with national bylaws. Registered events with alcohol are not allowed on chapter property. Alcohol Prohibited: Chapters do not allow the possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages on chapter property at all time.
All houses offer laundry facilities, wireless Internet, parking and are smoke-free
**Delta Upsilon also houses the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Learning Community and their programming events.
A = Agricultural C = Catholic E = Engineering, architecture, and physical. Mathematical, biological and computer sciences L = Lutheran
INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL FRATERNITIES 1. A c a c ia _ 1 3 8 G ra y Av e n u e
1 6 . P hi Del ta Theta _ 2 0 3 5 Su n s e t Dri v e
2. A d e la n t e _ 3 1 8 We l c h Av e n u e
1 7 . P hi Gam m a Del ta (F IJI) _ 3 2 5 As h Av e n u e
3. A lp h a G a mma R h o _ 20 1 G ray Av e n u e
1 8 . P hi Kappa Ps i _ 3 1 6 Ly n n Av e n u e
4. A lp h a Ka p p a L a m b d a _ 2 6 3 5 K n a p p S tre e t
1 9 . P hi Kappa Theta _ 2 1 1 0 L i n c o l n Wa y
5. A lp h a Sig ma P h i _ 22 3 Ly n n Av e n u e
2 0 . P i Kappa Al pha _ 2 1 1 2 L i n c o l n Wa y
6. A lp h a Ta u O me g a _ 21 2 2 L i n c o l n Wa y
2 1 . P i Kappa Phi _ 4 0 7 We l c h
7. B e t a Sig ma Ps i _ 2 1 3 2 S u n s e t D ri v e
2 2 . S i gm a Chi _ 2 1 3 6 L i n c o l n Wa y
8. B e t a T h e t a Pi _ 21 2 0 L i n c o l n Wa y
2 3 . S i gm a Phi Eps i l on _ 2 2 8 Gra y Av e n u e
9. D e lt a Ch i _ 3 25 We l c h Av e
2 4 . S i gm a Pi _ 2 1 8 As h Av e n u e
10. D e lt a Ta u D e lt a _ 2 1 2 1 S u n s e t D ri v e
2 5 . Tau Kappa Eps i l on _ 2 2 4 As h Av e n u e
11. D e lt a Sig ma P h i _ 30 7 Ly n n Av e
2 6 . T heta Del ta Chi _ 2 1 7 As h Av e n u e
12. D e lt a U p s ilo n _ 1 1 7 A s h Av e n u e
2 7 . T heta Xi _ 3 1 5 We l c h Av e n u e
13. F a r mH o u s e _ 3 11 A s h Av e n u e
2 8 . T heta Chi _ 2 1 9 As h Av e n u e
14. K a p p a Sig ma _ 2 3 7 A s h Av e n u e
2 9 . Tri angl e _ 1 4 0 Ly n n Av e
15. L a mb d a Ch i A l p h a _ 2 0 3 A s h Av e n u e
COLLEGIATE PANHELLENIC COUNCIL SORORITIES 30. A lp h a Ch i O me g a _ 30 1 Ly n n Av e n u e
3 8 . D el ta Zeta _ 2 1 3 8 Su n s e t Dri v e
31. A lp h a D e lt a Pi _ 2 1 2 5 G ree l ey S tre e t
3 9 . G am m a Phi Beta _ 3 1 8 P e a rs o n Av e n u e
32. A lp h a G a mma D e l ta _ 2 1 1 8 S u n s e t D ri v e
4 0 . K appa Al pha Theta _ 2 2 3 9 Kn a p p Stre e t
33. A lp h a O mic r o n P i _ 20 0 7 G ree l ey S tre e t
4 1 . K appa Del ta _ 2 1 0 2 Su n s e t Dri v e
34. A lp h a Ph i _ 3 0 7 A s h Av e
4 2 . K appa Kappa Gam m a _ 1 2 0 Ly n n Av e n u e
35. C h i O me g a _ 2 2 7 G ray Av e n u e
4 3 . P i Beta Phi _ 2 0 8 As h Av e n u e
36. D e lt a D e lt a D e l ta _ 30 2 A s h Av e n u e
4 4 . S i gm a Kappa _ 2 3 3 Gra y Av e n u e
37. D e lt a G a mma _ 31 3 Ly n n Av e n u e
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