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F R AT E R N I T Y SORORITY LIFE IFC

NPHC

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table of contents Welcome Weekend Events

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FSL Facts

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Letters From University Administrators

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Interfraternity Council

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National Pan-Hellenic Council

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Panhellenic Association

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For Parents

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Financial Information

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Terms 28

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welcome weekend events FRATERNITY & SORORITY LIFE 101

  Sunday, August 19th   1 PM­­­—Plaster Student Union Theatre NEW STUDENT FESTIVAL

  Sunday, August 19th   3PM­­­—Plaster Student Union

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F R AT E R N I T Y & SORORITY LIFE FAC T S

67,302 SERVICE HOURS

$193,865.83

PHILANTHROPIC DONATIONS

17% OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS 3600 STUDENTS

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F R AT E R N I T Y & SORORITY LIFE FAC T S

3.14

3.08 GPA

ALL FSL

ALL CAMPUS

234 MEMBERS WITH 4.0 GPA

188

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS

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CHAPTERS 5


letter from The President of Missouri State University

"I was active with my fraternity when I was a student. My wife, Gail, was also very engaged with her sorority. Much has changed since we were in college, but it is important to me that our students have the same opportunities to experience Greek life that Gail and I had when we were students. Greek life presents a unique opportunity to connect with the campus community. Fraternity and sorority members develop deep friendships. For many students, fraternities and sororities create bonds with Missouri State that will last a lifetime. Missouri State’s fraternities and sororities host many fun events each year. One of my favorites is Greek Jam where teams of Greek students develop dance routines that they practice and perform to a packed audience. Greek Week is another example. Through Greek Week activities, members build team-work and create a positive atmosphere on campus. Fraternity and sorority life is about more than just fun events and making friends. Greek students make a difference and put Missouri State’s public affairs mission into practice by raising funds for charity, collecting food for local food banks and taking on life-changing service projects. I am proud of our fraternities and sororities at Missouri State. I hope you will consider becoming a member of our thriving Greek community."

Clifton M. Smart III President

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letter from The Vice President of Student Affairs

"During my collegiate days at MSU (many years ago), I joined a National Sorority. That affiliation provided me an abundance of growth and development opportunities. I can truly say that my sorority experience laid the foundation for me as an ethical leader, engaged citizen, and culturally competent professional. While involvement in the Fraternity and Sorority Life community may not be the right experience for all students, it does provide a positive connection for many. Thousands of our alumni have enriched and enhanced their Missouri State University experience through involvement in our Greek-lettered organizations. Our fraternities and sororities offer students the opportunity to make friends, to serve others, and to gain leadership experience, both on campus and on a national level. We are proud of the accomplishments of our growing number of Greek-lettered organizations and students. You owe it to yourself to learn about these organizations and to consider whether membership would be the right choice for you! Go Bears!"

Dr. Dee Siscoe

VP of Student Affairs

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letter from The Dean of Students

"The decision to join a fraternity or sorority should be carefully considered and informed choice. What are the fraternity or sorority’s core values, not only as they are stated but as you see them lived by members and are those values shared by you? How will the organization contribute to your academic success and help you develop organizational and leadership skills? What organization will offer you the opportunity to be a part of activities that provide life meaning? Fraternity or sorority membership is a lifetime commitment to certain values. Our fraternities and sororities exist and thrive at Missouri State to the degree they con-tribute through their service to our campus and to the larger community. This service is frequently represented in the important leadership roles that fraternity men and women hold in student organizations, their philanthropic work on the national and local level and in the vitality they bring to student events. I encourage you to participate in recruitment activities and carefully research what the organizations stand for and how successful they are in attaining their goals. We are a better University for having fraternities and sororities that foster commitment to high ideals, encourage classroom success as well as in other areas of campus life,and provide outstanding opportunities to express and enhance one’s leadership skills. My very best wishes to you as you consider joining our Fraternity and Sorority Life Community."

Dr. Thomas Lane Dean of Studnets

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letter from Assistant Director of Student Engagement for Fraternity and Sorority Life "A fraternity or sorority can provide an abundance of opportunities to a student at Missouri State. Fraternity and sorority students at Missouri State are leaders on campus, they commit themselves to academic excellence, they serve the Springfield community, and they build lifelong bonds with their brothers and sisters. Our students also have the ability to become involved in their organizations on a national level and to serve the greater membership outside of their own chapter. While there are many opportunities to get involved on campus, fraternities and sororities provide the chance to connect with other students that share your values and interests while preparing for the future. Our students gain skills through their fraternity or sorority experience that serve them well beyond their college years, helping them to successfully navigate the workforce upon graduation. I strongly encourage you to participate in the recruitment activities that are available and to determine if a fraternity or sorority is the right choice for your collegiate experience. Joining my sorority was one of the most meaningful decisions that I have made, and I know that you will find the same value in your fraternity or sorority experience. Go Bears!"

Kate Roessler

Assistant Director of Student Engagement for Fraternity and Sorority Life 9


the interfraternity council The Interfraternity Council is responsible for encouraging community relations, membership development, social awareness, chapter accountability, and assisting with the recruitment process. They exist to promote the shared interest and value of the member fraternities: leadership, service, brotherhood, scholarship. Connect With Us At @MoStateIFC

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letter from Interfraternity Council President "Welcome to Missouri State and congratulations on taking your first steps on becoming a fraternity man. After three years of being involved with Fraternity and Sorority Life, I can say with absolute certainty that this community has helped shape me into the person I am today. By joining a fraternity, I was given the opportunity to display and develop my leadership abilities, while having a strong support system behind me. By my fraternity consistently challenging me to improve personally and academically, I have since set a new standard for myself. By this new standard, I have learned the true value of accountability, citizenship and commitment. The fraternal community will provide you with ample opportunity, but the community will give you the free will to take advantage of it. I can promise you that you will get out of the fraternity by what you put in to it. I challenge each of you to find the chapter that fits you best, then find out what you can do to to make that chapter the best for the future. I wish all the best to you all, and I hope that this experience benefits you the same way it has benefited me."

-Jackson Giebler

letter from Interfraternity Council VP of Recruitment

"Congratulations on your admittance into Missouri State University, and welcome to the Bear family! Missouri State offers many unique opportunities to allow you to grow and develop into better students and better leaders. One such opportunity is found in Fraternity and Sorority Life. Joining a fraternity has given me leadership and service opportunities alike, allowing me to develop the skills necessary for my future while giving back to the local community. I highly encourage any of you looking to broaden your horizon to go through the recruitment process. Finding your chapter is a fulfilling experience that will certainly make your time at Missouri State even better. Best of luck to all of you, and I hope to see you during recruitment!"

-Lucas Homer 11


AΓΡ

alpha gamma rho

“Nurture, Grow, Give, Repeat”

Philanthropy: Testicular Cancer Research President: Ryan Korsmeyer Recruitment Chair: Matt Schwend schwend009@live.missouristate.edu

agr_missouristate

AΓΣ

alpha gamma sigma "Coming together as scholars, living as brothers, and becoming leaders of tomorrow" Philanthropy:  Chris Kyle Frog Foundation President: Garrett Johnston Recruitment Chair: Zachary Mitchell zachary97@live.missouristate.edu

mostateagsig

mostateagsig

AΚΛ

alpha kappa lambda “The Truth and the Word” Philanthropy: Domestic Violence Awareness President: Jake Saylor Recruitment Chair: Trey Mellon mellon33@live.missouristate.edu

akl_mostate

akl_msu

AΤΩ

alpha tau omega “Love and Respect” Philanthropy: Springfield Dream Center President: Benjamin Kessler Recruitment Chair: Braden Bagby bradenjbagby@gmail.com

mostateato

mostateato

ΔΧ

delta chi “Leges (Law)”

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Philanthropy: The V foundation for Cancer Research President: Andre McIntyre Recruitment Chair: Kellen Holland holland416@live.missouristate.edu

akl_mostate

akl_msu


ΔΣΦ

delta sigma phi

“Better Men, Better Lives”

deltasigmsu

Philanthropy: American Red Cross President: Cameron Jordan Recruitment Chair: Jarett Fickbohm jarett7364@live.missouristate.edu

deltasigmsu

ΚΑ

kappa alpha order “A Moral Compass for Modern Gentleman” Philanthropy: Muscular Dystrophy Association President: Jacob Harke Recruitment Chair: Alec Grogan alecgrogan@outlook.com

missouristateka

missouristateka

ΚΣ

kappa sigma

“The ideals we pursue determine who we are, and what we will become”

kappasigmamurho

kappasigmamurho

Philanthropy: Wounded Warriors President: Kyle Delaney Recruitment Chair: Tate Dempsey trd8291996@gmail.com

ΛΧΑ

lambda chi alpha “Every Man a Man” Philanthropy: Feeding America President: Logan Sunnarborg Recruitment Chair: Jacob Beck beck82597@live.missouristate.edu

mostatelca

mostatelca

FIJI phi gamma delta “Friendship, the sweetest influence”

mostate_fiji

mostate_fiji

Philanthropy: USO President: Brock Fuemmeler Recruitment Chair: Fletcher Wilson fle54321@live.missouristate.edu

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ΠΚΑ

pi kappa alpha “Scholars, Leaders, Athletes, Gentleman” Philanthropy: Springfield Fire Department President: Ethan Johnson Recruitment Chair: Kyle Rhodes Kyle420@live.missouristate.edu

msu_pikes

msu_pikes

ΠΚΦ

pi kappa phi “Nothing Shall Ever Tear Us Asunder” Philanthropy: The Ability Experience President: Zachary Cull

mostatepikapp

mostatepikapp

ΣΧ

sigma chi "In This Sign You Shall Conquer" Philanthropy: Huntsman Cancer Institute President: Dalton Rowe Recruitment Chair: Jack Roberts Jack0828@live.missouristate.edu

sigmachimsu

ΣΝ

sigma nu “Love, Honor, Truth”

mostatesigmanu

mostatesigmanu

Philanthropy: St. Jude Children's Research Hospital President: Sam Dow Recruitment Chair: Jack Dow Dow311@live.missouristate.edu

ΣΦΕ

sigma phi epsilon “Building Balanced Men” Philanthropy: Big Brothers, Big Sisters President: Jacob West Recruitment Chair: Andrew Kauffman Ak0915@live.missouristate.edu

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mostatesigep

mostatesigep


ΣΠ

sigma pi

"To advance man’s quest for excellence”

sigmapimsu

sigmapimsu

Philanthropy: Amazing Day Foundation President: Easton Haase Recruitment Chair: Mark Wicks maw0624@live.missouristate.edu

ΣΤΓ

sigma tau gamma “A Path of Principles” Philanthropy: Special Olympics President: Skyler Mertz Recruitment Chair: Andy Weddle weddle1@live.missouristat.edu

mostatesigtau

mostatesigtau

ΤΚΕ

tau kappa epsilon

"Not for Wealth, Rank, or Honor; but for personal worth and character."

tkebetaomega

mo_state_tke

Philanthropy: St. Jude Children's Hospital President: David H. Phipps Recruitment Chair: Quinton Gomez qui416@live.missouristate.edu

ΘΧ

theta chi "Extending the helping hand." Philanthropy: USO President: Noah Kronk Recruitment Chair: KJ Bryant bryant0323@live.missouristate.edu

thetachi_msu

thetachimsu

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ifc events MONDAY, AUGUST 20TH

  IFC Cookout   5-8 PM­­­—PSU North Mall TUESDAY, AUGUST 21ST

  Info Night   6-9 PM­­­—Carrington Theater WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22ND

  Dodgeball   6-10 PM­­­—FRC Courts 1 & 2

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the national pan-hellenic council The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) is comprised of nine international fraternities and sororities including Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.; Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.; Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.; Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.; Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.; Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.; Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. and Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. Currently, Missouri State University hosts six of the nine NPHC organizations. NPHC promotes interaction through forums, meetings, and other mediums and engages in programming and initiatives through various activities. Who can go through the Intake Process? Each organization has specific requirements on the national and local levels. Minimum GPA requirements range from 2.5-2.75. Aspirants must have at least 12 credit hours and 24 hours in some organizations. Other qualifications needed may include (but not limited to) community service hours, campus involvement, character, etc. For specific qualifications, one should contact the local chapter of the organization they wish to join. Joining an NPHC organization is a life-time commitment. It is strongly suggested that anyone who is interested do their research on the organization they aspire to join. Connect With Us At @NPHC_MoState

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letter from NPHC Council President "It is the mission of the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), at Missouri State University, to unite the Greek lettered community in action and in thought. I joined a Black Greek Lettered Organization to make a difference and leave my mark on campus. Being a part of Greek Life and NPHC is how I make my Missouri Statement! Our campus hosts six of the Divine Nine organizations within NPHC, we also hold similar goals and values. These values are why the Black Greek Lettered Organizations are so important and influential. Each organization strives to enhance the character you come to college already in possession of. Each organization pushes you towards academic excellence. NPHC breeds agents of change and innovators of tomorrow. To incoming freshman, returning students, and transfer students, we hope to connect with you and we hope our initiatives and efforts appeal to you. We look forward to sharing moments in the upcoming academic year at our annual Yard Show and Meet The Greeks event. We hope to see everyone at our second Annual Homecoming Stepshow this fall!"

-Brittany Buchannon COMING SOON: NPHC Plots Plots are constructed on college campuses to represent each of the NPHC organizations and to give alumni and students the opportunity for reflection, gathering and celebration. Since the MSU NPHC chapters do not have houses to gather within, these Plots will create a physical and symbolic presence on the campus.The structure will evolve into a beautiful outdoor patio where each of the nine NPHC organizations will be recognized with a plaque displaying their crest and important chapter information.

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ΑΦΑ

alpha phi alpha, Inc.

"First of all, servants of all, we shall transcend all." Philanthropy: Big Brothers, Big Sisters President: Traidell Bradford Traidell2015@live.missouristate.edu

@mostatealphas

@mostatealphas

ΚΑΨ

kappa alpha psi, Inc. “Achievement in every field of human endeavor” Philanthropy: Habitat for Humanity President: Jon Moore Jon33@live.missouristate.edu

@mostatenupes

ΩΨΦ

omega psi phi, Inc.

“Friendship is Essential to the Soul” Philanthropy: United Negro College Fund President: Gerryn Dudley Dudley33@live.missouristate.edu

@mostate_ques

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ΦΒΣ

phi beta sigma, Inc.

“Culture for service and service to humanity” Philanthropy: March of Dimes President: Darius Brown Darius123@live.missouristate.edu

@mostatesigmas

ΖΦΒ

zeta phi beta, Inc.

“A community-conscious, action-oriented organization” Philanthropy: March of Dimes President: Vanessa Gary Gary815@live.missouristate.edu

@thetapizetas

ΣΓΡ

sigma gamma rho, Inc. "Greater Service, Greater Progress" Philanthropy: Big Book Bag President: Brittany Buchannon Buchannon21@live.missouristate.edu

@mostatesgrhos

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panhellenic association The Panhellenic Association (PHA) is the governing body for the 8 National Panhellenic Conference sororities and 1 local sorority at Missouri State University. PHA is responsible for encouraging and facilitating community relations, membership development and social awareness for the sorority community. PHA also plays a large role in the sorority recruitment process, as well as enforcing judicial standards for the community. Connect With Us At @MOStateFSL @MoStatePHA

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letter from President of Panhellenic Association "On behalf of the Missouri State Panhellenic Association, welcome to Missouri State! I’m ecstatic you’re considering joining the Fraternity and Sorority Life community. Our campus is home to nine chapters- each unique, but united in values, service, and sisterhood. Joining a sorority makes our large population feel smaller and gives you an avenue to find your home away from home. While the idea of sorority recruitment may seem overwhelming (or even a little scary), joining a sorority is one of the best experiences offered to a student at Missouri State. The women in our community are talented, intelligent, authentic, resilient, and uplifting. My advice to you is to look past the decorations, outfits, and the stereotypes floating around, and find a sisterhood where you feel important and loved. Most importantly, be yourself there’s no one who could do it better. I know our chapters can’t wait to meet you!"

-Kayla Eggering

letter from Panhellenic Association, VP of Recruitment "Welcome to Missouri State University! On behalf of the Panhellenic Association, I would like to share how ecstatic I am that you are considering joining the Fraternity and Sorority Life community. Fraternity and Sorority Life has given myself and so many other individuals a way to get involved on campus, gain leadership experience, learn time management, and maintain academic balance. Most importantly, it has given me an opportunity to create genuine friendships that will last a lifetime. I would not have been able to meet the amazing women in our community if it weren’t for our shared values and the values that are unique to each sisterhood; as you begin to start your college career, I encourage you to reflect on those values that you hold near and dear to your heart. In our community, you will find many women who share those same principles and goals, as well as a support system as you begin to navigate and shape your path at Missouri State University. I hope even through all the stress and worries of a new college career, you are able to make recruitment a positive and fun experience. Bear up!

-Madison Henry 22


pha events SUNDAY, AUGUST 19TH

  Panhellenic Recruitment Registrations Closes   11:59 PM TUESDAY, AUGUST 21ST

  PNM Mandatory Orientation   5:30 PM­­­—Last name A-L   7 PM­­­—Last name M-Z AUGUST 23RD–27TH, 2018

  Panhellenic Recruitment   Day 1A Thursday, August 23rd, 4 PM   Day 1B Friday, August 24th, 4 PM   Day 2 Saturday, August 25th, 9am   Day 3 Sunday, August 26th, 9am   Bid Day Monday, August 27th, 4:30pm   Xi Omicrom Iota Recruitment September 4th-8th

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AΧΩ

alpha chi omega

“Together Let Us Seek the Heights” Philanthropy:  Domestic Violence Awareness President: Alyson Van Winkle Recruitment Chair: Grace Reeves Grace024@live.missouristate.edu

@axozetasigma

@axozetasigma

AΔΠ

alpha delta pi "We live for each other" Philanthropy:  Ronald McDonald House President: Breanna Holland Recruitment Chair: Madison Shadowens Shadowens16@live.missouristate.edu

@mostateadpi

@mostateadpi

AΟΠ

alpha omicron pi

“Inspire Ambition”

Philanthropy: Arthritis Foundation President: Taryn Yoakum Recruitment Chair: Rachel Hanson hanson224@live.missouristate.edu

@aoiideltagamma @aoiideltagamma

AΣΑ

alpha sigma alpha “Aspire, Seek, Attain” Philanthropy: Girls on the Run and Special Olympics President: Shelby Whitaker Recruitment Chair: Des Leeson Desirae991@live.missouristate.edu

ΔΖ

@asabetasigma @asabetasigma

delta zeta “Love that is ever steadfast” Philanthropy: Starkey Hearing Foundation President: Rachel Mertens Recruitment Chair: Maura Rhodes Maura021@live.missouristate.edu

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@mostatedz

@mostatedz


ΓΦΒ

gamma phi beta

“Inspiring the Highest Type of Womanhood”

@mostategammaphi

@mostategammaphi

Philanthropy: Girls on the Run President: Katie Heidbrink Recruitment Chair: Morgan Drury gammaphibetadnmvp@gmail.com

ΣΚ

sigma kappa

“One heart, One way” Philanthropy: Alzheimer’s President: Alexis Layton Recruitment Chair: Annie Rhoades Annie814@live.missouristate.edu

@sigmakappamsu

@sigmakappamsu

ΣΣΣ

sigma sigma sigma

“Faithful Unto Death”

Philanthropy: March of Dimes President: Michelle Wichmann Recruitment Chair: Courtney Reger reger856@live.missouristate.edu

@mostatetrisigma

@mostatetrisigma

ΞΟΙ xi omicron iota "The memories of our lives, of our works, and our deeds will continue in others." -Rosa Parks Philanthropy: Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks (BCFO) President: Sydney Ladendecker Recruitment Chair: Rebecca Hopper xiomrecruitment@gmail.com

@xiomicroniota

@xiomicroniota

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for parents Parents may play a large role in a student’s college career and in their decision to join a fraternity or sorority. Whether or not your family has a history of fraternity and sorority involvement, this information is designed to provide answers to some of your questions about Fraternity & Sorority Life and what it can offer them in the coming years.

FAQ Does every chapter have a house? Eight sororities and ten fraternities have chapter houses.

Does every chapter require members to live in the chapter house? Many of the chapters do recommend that members live in the chapter house for at least one year, but each chapter has their own specific requirements regarding housing and this could be addressed during recruitment.

Are there scholarships to pay for sorority and fraternity fees? Scholarships are available through many of the chapter headquarters as well as Missouri State’s campus to help pay for chapter dues. You can ask each chapter for more information. Most of the chapters also have payment plans to help manage payment of dues. 26


chapter finances IFC AΓΡ

ΛΧΑ

ΣΤΓ

Fall Total: $565 Spring Total: $340

Fall Total: $450 Spring Total: $450

Fall Total: $500 Spring Total: $500

AΓΣ

FIJI

ΤΚΕ

Fall Total: $300 Spring Total: $300

Fall Total: $450 Spring Total: $450

Fall Total: $300 Spring Total: $430

AΚΛ

ΠΚΑ

ΘΧ

Fall Total: $250 Spring Total: $240

Fall Total: $675 Spring Total: $425

Fall Total: $420 Spring Total: $420

AΤΩ

ΠΚΦ

PHA

Fall Total: $250 Spring Total: $250

Fall Total: $490 Spring Total: $490

alpha gamma rho

alpha gamma sigma

lambda chi alpha

phi gamma delta

alpha kappa lambda pi kappa alpha

alpha tau omega

pi kappa phi

ΔΧ

ΣΧ

Fall Total: $425 Spring Total: $425

Fall Total: $450 Spring Total: $450

delta chi

sigma chi

sigma tau gamma

tau kappa epsilon

theta chi

pha range Fall Total: $600-$1,048 Spring Total: $450-$1,384

*Inquire with individual chapters their specific semester dues.

ΔΣΦ

ΣΝ

ΞΟΙ

Fall Total: $425 Spring Total: $350

Fall Total: $500 Spring Total: $500

Fall Total: $225 Spring Total: $200

delta sigma phi

sigma nu

ΚΑ

ΣΦΕ

Fall Total: $300 Spring Total: $240

Fall Total: $425 Spring Total: $425

kappa alpha order

sigma phi epsilon

ΚΣ

ΣΠ

Fall Total: $430 Spring Total: $430

Fall Total: $445 Spring Total: $445

kappa sigma

sigma pi

xi omicron iota

NPHC

nphc range Contact Laura Backer NPHC Advisor Laurabacker@ missouristate.edu

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terms Active A member who has been

initiated into a chapter, is an undergraduate, and actively participates.

Alumna/Alumni A member of

fraternity/sorority who has graduated, but is still active with the chapter.

Bid A formal invitation to join a fraternity or sorority.

Chapter A local group of a national fraternal organization.

Colony A fraternity or sorority in the

initial stage before being installed as a chartered chapter of a national affiliated organization.

that is not affiliated with a national organization.

National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) The central governing body

of fraternity and sorority organizations, which are historically African American.

New Member A member who has

accepted the bid of a fraternity or sorority, but has not been initiated yet.

Panhellenic Association (PHA)

The central governing body of women's social sororities.

Panhellenic Counselor (Pi Chi)

of time set aside by PHA for meeting potential new members.

An initiated member of a sorority who guides potential new members through the recruitment process—counselors are disaffiliated from their chapters.

Initiation A formal ceremony during

Philanthrophy A charitable project

Formal Recruitment The period

which a new member gains full fraternity or sorority membership.

sponsored by an organization.

Intake Process through which NPHC

of a fraternity.

organizations gain new members.

Interfraternity Council (IFC) The central governing body of men's social fraternities.

Legacy A potential member whose

immediate family member or grandparent is in a fraternity or sorority.

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Local A greek lettered organization

Ritual The traditional beliefs and oaths Recruitment The mutual choice and

selection process to determine fraternity and sorority membership.

Potentional New Member A

person interested in becoming a member of a fraternity or sorority.


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