#TEXASGREEKS SORORITY AND FRATERNITY LIFE
INFORMATION GUIDE Office of the Dean Of Students • Division of Student Affairs
To The Class of 2019, Congratulations on the start of your adventure with The University of Texas at Austin. This life-changing experience is filled with chances to grow your talents in a number of ways, including academics, leadership, involvement and service. Our sorority and fraternity community is a great place for you to cultivate your Longhorn state of mind and get in touch with the University’s core values of individual opportunity, responsibility, learning, discovery, freedom, and leadership. The principles that guide each group in service and leadership all tie back to what it means to be a Longhorn. Joining a sorority or fraternity can change your life and add meaningful, lifelong relationships, and it is easy to get started. This guide is a great first step, and the talented Sorority and Fraternity Life staff in my office can connect you to information, support, and services. As a member of a sorority myself, I encourage you to explore the sorority and fraternity community and get to know members of different organizations. Learning about their unique experiences can help you make an informed decision when choosing membership as a way to make a positive impact at UT Austin. Hook ‘em! Dean Lilly
Soncia Reagins-Lilly, Ed.D. Senior Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students
OUR COMMUNITY’S FOUNDATION
Every sorority and fraternity wants its members to excel academically. Many promote academic excellence through supervised study halls, incentive programs, study skills workshops, professor dinners, and tutoring. All organizations have GPA expectations for their members to stay in good standing.
What Starts Here Changes the World! The sorority and fraternity community has consistently provided opportunities to develop skills, enhance communication, navigate group dynamics, and understand teamwork. Leadership is at the heart of the sorority and fraternity experience.
service and philanthropy
sisterhood and brotherhood
Giving back is a cornerstone of the sorority and fraternity experience. Whether through direct service, philanthropy, or a combination of both, each organization gives back in its own unique way.
One of the most celebrated aspects of the sorority and fraternity community is the people you meet and friends you keep. As a member of a sorority or fraternity, friendships make a large campus feel smaller and offer a home away from home.
personal responsibility Our community values an environment that exemplifies positive and appropriate behavior. Members hold each other to high standards to foster experiences that are safe for all.
GETTING INVOLVED ON THE FORTY ACRES Welcome to campus! Now that you’re here, it’s time to get involved. There’s no shortage of student organizations to choose from, and each has their own benefits. To help you navigate our community, Sorority and Fraternity Life created this Sorority and Fraternity Information Guide. So, take a moment, flip through it and check out our community. Sororities and fraternities represent a broad spectrum of diversity, philanthropy, service, scholarship, and leadership. We’ve grown considerably since the first fraternity (1883) and sorority (1904) to over 70 Greek-letter organizations. We hope you’ll explore our community and choose to positively contribute to the legacy that is Texas Greeks.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Sorority and Fraternity Life. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 About Our Community. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Texas Greeks Interfraternity Council . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Latino Pan-Hellenic Council. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Multicultural Greek Council. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 National Pan-Hellenic Council. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Texas Asian Pan-Hellenic Council . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 University Panhellenic Council. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Affiliates. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Terms and Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Family Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Safety Education and Hazing Prevention . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Chapter Comparison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Map of Houses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
SORORITY AND FRATERNITY LIFE Thank you for exploring the Texas Greeks sorority and fraternity community. There are numerous opportunities for you to take advantage of on the Forty Acres. Getting involved in a sorority or fraternity is one experience that can benefit you and enhance your experience at The University of Texas at Austin.
SELECT INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES fall
sorority and fraternity life
New Member Orientation A program for the newest members of the sorority and fraternity community, the New Member Orientation focuses on addressing expectations, behavior, and community values.
Each year, Sorority and Fraternity Life in The Office of the Dean of Students welcomes new members and supports aspiring and current leaders of the sorority and fraternity community. We work with all students to create a safer, cooperative, values-focused and inclusive experience on the Forty Acres.
IMPACT® Retreat IMPACT® is a 3-day sorority and fraternity retreat emphasizing problem solving, leadership development, values-based decision making, effective communication, and community development. Participants develop personal strategies to create positive change and elevate the community.
Safety Education Program Every semester, sorority and fraternity leaders complete an in-person workshop on bystander intervention and eight on-line modules that train student organizations on the topics of Hazing, Drug Use & Abuse, Alcohol Use & Abuse, Sexual Assault & Harassment, Behavior at Organization Events, Safety & Security, Student Organization Travel, Mentoring & Interactions with Minors, and Disability Advocacy. This is a state mandated program and is in compliance with House Bill 2639.
A few opportunities that members can participate in include, leadership development initiatives, risk management trainings, chapter/council retreat and workshops, and support of events and programs.
spring Ladder of Risk Ladder of Risk is a four hour workshop that trains chapter leaders on the FIPG Risk Management Policy, allows them to work through case studies to relate to real situations, and creates a conversation about planning safer social events. Sorority & Fraternity Leadership Awards Sorority and Fraternity Life encourages the entire community to participate in our awards process. It’s a great way to receive recognition for the outstanding service, philanthropy, scholarship and leadership of individual members and chapters. LeaderShape® Institute The LeaderShape® Institute is a 6-day leadership retreat focused on the concepts of vision, partnerships, integrity, and results. As well as being an opportunity to develop skills to improve organizations, the experience is structured to allow participants to gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their own strengths and weaknesses. Ultimately The LeaderShape® Institute enables students to be more effective leaders in their organizations.
Roster Day This event is an opportunity to connect Presidents of each chapter with resources oncampus, including Legal Services for Students, Leadership and Ethics Institute, University Unions, Voices Against Violence, Student Emergency Services, and Student Judicial Services. It is also an opportunity to provide chapter updates, goals, and rosters to Sorority and Fraternity Life. Order of Omega Order of Omega is a national honor society for members of sororities and fraternities. To be eligible, a sorority or fraternity member must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and 60 credit hours. Applications are available at the beginning of each semester. Internship Opportunities Sorority and Fraternity Life regularly creates unique internship experiences based on skills and interests. Past opportunities have focused on graphic design, social media, leadership development, peer-to-peer facilitation, and student affairs. Internships may also be eligible for course credit.
ABOUT OUR COMMUNITY Our community grows every semester and is one of the largest in the nation. It is organized into Affiliates, Councils, Chapters, and the Order of Omega Honor Society. The following pages will introduce you to the sororities and fraternities that call the Forty Acres their home.
7 organizations 113 members
LATINO PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL
8 organizations 215 members
MULTICULTURAL GREEK COUNCIL
3 organizations 44 members
NATIONAL PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL
5 organizations 33 members
TEXAS ASIAN PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL
27 organizations 2,560 members
8 organizations 260 members
UNIVERSITY PANHELLENIC COUNCIL
14 organizations 3,204 members
PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL MEMBERS
HOW WE GIVE
WHO WE ARE
45% 55% Male
Sorority and Fraternity Members
55,860 Hours of Community Service Last Year
WHERE WE'RE FROM
Out of State
Scholarship Dollars Awarded Last Year
Out of Country
Dollars Given to Philanthropies Last Year
WHAT WE STUDY YEAR IN SCHOOL CLASS STANDING
Freshman 0-29 credit hours Sophomore 30-59 credit hours Junior 60-89 credit hours
Senior 90+ credit hours
(Credit by hour
Class Standing Credit Hours
Grad Program Graduate student
COLLEGE/SCHOOL of Enrollment
419 626 1,066
62% Of Members Above the Average Undergraduate 3.2 GPA
MEMBERS: 2,560 FACEBOOK: TWITTER:
Many of the chapters in the Interfraternity Council (IFC) have long histories, and each offers a unique experience. Some fraternities and traditions date back to 1883 when UT Austin first opened its doors. The Longhorn fraternity experience revolves around character, leadership, responsibility, and philanthropy. As a collection of 27 fraternities, IFC represents a large percentage of the total sorority and fraternity population.
faqs Who is eligible? Only University of Texas at Austin students are eligible to join an IFC fraternity. Every fraternity has other minimum requirements that are set by their national organizations. How do I join? The recruitment process is important to every fraternity. Many IFC chapters begin recruitment during the summer. If you’re interested in joining, register for recruitment with IFC. Each fraternity conducts its own recruitment and establishes its own selection process.
ifc events Is there an IFC formal recruitment? No. The IFC does not organize a formal recruitment for students interested in a fraternity. However, each chapter does have access to contact information supplied by students who register for IFC recruitment. Registration link: www.texasifc.com
Movember — Grow a mustache, raise money, and win prizes. IFC’s annual philanthropy event generated over $30,000 in 2014 – the most of any IFC organization in the nation! Proceeds support men’s health issues like prostate and testicular cancer. IFC Open Annual Charity Golf Tournament — The Spring is a great time to golf and IFC knows it. That’s why they organize a golf tournament that benefits the Boys and Girls Club of Austin. In 2014, participants raised over $10,000. FORE! NORTH-AMERICAN INTERFRATERNITY CONFERENCE
ΔΧ Delta Chi
of Michigan, 1904 1916 WEB: www.acacia.org texasacacia.org FB: fb.me/texasacacia UT:
ΑΕΠ Alpha Epsilon Pi
Developing Leadership for the Jewish Community NICKNAME:
A-E-Pi FOUNDED: New York University, 1913 UT: 1939 WEB: www.aepi.org www.texasaepi.com FB: fb.me/TexasAEPi T: @TexasAEPi
ΑΤΩ Alpha Tau Omega
America’s Leadership Development Fraternity
NICKNAME: A-T-O FOUNDED: Virginia UT:
ΔΣΦ Delta Sigma Phi
Committed to Lives of Excellence
Delt FOUNDED: Bethany College, 1858 UT: 1904 WEB: www.delts.org www.texasdelts.com
Deke FOUNDED: Yale University, 1844 UT: 1912 WEB: www.dke.org www.omegachidke.dekeunited.org FB: fb.me/UTAustinDKE
ΚΑ Kappa Alpha Order
Dieu et les Dames
K-A FOUNDED: Washington College, 1865 UT: 1883 WEB: www.kappaalphaorder.org FB: fb.me/TXKappaAlpha T: @TexasKappaAlpha
of Virginia, 1869
UT: 1884 WEB: www.kappasigma.org
ΛΧΑ Lambda Chi Alpha
Naught Without Labor
Lambda-Chi University, 1909 UT: 1917 WEB: www.lambdachi.org www.utlxa.org FB: fb.me/TexasLambdaChiAlpha T: @UTLXA
ΦΔΘ Phi Delta Theta One Man is No Man NICKNAME:
Friends From The Heart, Forever
Delta-Sig College of New York, 1899 UT: 1907 WEB: www.deltasigmaphi.org texasdeltasig.com T: @TexasDSP
ΔΚΕ Delta Kappa Epsilon
ΔΤΔ Delta Tau Delta
University, 1890 1907 WEB: www.deltachi.com texasdeltachi.org FB: fb.me/TexasDeltaChi T: @TexasDeltaChi UT:
Better Men. Better Lives
Military Institute, 1865
ΚΣ Kappa Sigma
Fellowship, Leadership, Scholarship, and Service
Phi-Delt University (OH), 1848 UT: 1883 WEB: www.phideltatheta.org texasphidelt.org FB: fb.me/TexasPhiDelt T: @TexasPhiDelt
Fiji Phi Gamma Delta
Friendship, the Sweetest Influence
UT: 1883 WEB: www.phigam.org
ΦΚΨ Phi Kappa Psi
ΠΚΑ Pi Kappa Alpha
and Led by Truth, We Live and We Flourish
United by Friendship, Sustained by Honor, NICKNAME:
Phi-Psi FOUNDED: Jefferson College, 1852 UT: 1904 WEB: www.phikappapsi.org www.utphipsi.com FB: fb.me/utphipsi T: @PhiPsiUTexas
ΦΚΣ Phi Kappa Sigma Brotherhood is More than Skin Deep
Texas Skulls of Pennsylvania, 1850 UT: 1940 WEB: www.becomeaphikap.org www.texasphikap.com FB: fb.me/texas.skulls T: @TexasSkulls
ΦΚΤ Phi Kappa Tau Champion a Lifelong Commitment to Brotherhood, Learning, Ethical Leadership and Exemplary Character
Phi-Tau University (OH), 1906 UT: 1943 WEB: www.phikappatau.org texas.phikappatau.org T: @UTexasPhiTau
ΦΚΘ Phi Kappa Theta Give Expecting Nothing Thereof
Phi-Kap University, 1889 UT: 1959 WEB: www.phikaps.org FB: fb.me/ut.phikaps T: @UTPhiKaps
Once a Pike, Always a Pike
FOUNDED: University UT:
of Virginia, 1868
www.texaspikes.com FB: fb.me/TexasPiKappaAlpha T: @UTAustinPikes
Nothing Shall Ever Tear Us Asunder
Pi-Kapp of Charleston, 1904 UT: 1988 WEB: www.pikapp.org www.txpikapp.com FB: fb.me/TexasPiKapp T: @TxPiKapp
ΣΑΕ Sigma Alpha Epsilon
The True Gentleman
ΠΚΦ Pi Kappa Phi
ΣΧ Sigma Chi
In Hoc Signo Vinces
NICKNAME: S-A-E FOUNDED: University UT: WEB:
of Alabama, 1856
For Honor, For Passion, For Life
Sammy FOUNDED: City College, New York, 1909 UT: 1921 WEB: www.sam.org www.texassammy.org FB: fb.me/TexasSigmaAlphaMu T: @TX_Sammy
University (OH), 1855
UT: 1884 WEB: www.sigmachi.org
www.texassigmachi.org Texas Sigma Chi T: @TexasSigmaChi
ΣΦΕ Sigma Phi Epsilon
Virtue, Diligence, and Brotherly Love
College, 1901 1930 WEB: www.sigep.org www.texassigep.org UT:
ΣΠ Sigma Pi
A Quest for Excellence
ΣΑΜ Sigma Alpha Mu
University, 1897 1965 WEB: www.sigmapi.org studentorgs.utexas.edu/sigmapi FB: Sigma Pi-Gamma Theta T: @TexasSigmaPi UT:
ΤΚΕ Tau Kappa Epsilon
Not for Wealth, Rank, or Honor, but for Personal Worth and Character
FOUNDED: Illinois Wesleyan UT:
1951 WEB: www.tke.org www.txtke.org FB: fb.me/TexasTke T: @Texas_TKE
ΘX Theta Chi
ΖΒΤ Zeta Beta Tau
An Assisting Hand
A Powerhouse of Excellence
University, 1856 1951 WEB: www.thetachi.org FB: fb.me/TexasThetaChi T: @Texas_Theta_Chi UT:
College of New York, 1898 1920 WEB: www.zbt.org www.zbttexas.com FB: fb.me/TexasZBT
ΖΨ Zeta Psi
Tau Kappa Phi NICKNAME: Zetes FOUNDED: New York University, 1847 UT: 1979 WEB: www.zetapsi.org www.texaszetapsi.com FB: fb.me/TXZetaPsi T: @ZetaPsiTexas
% of Fortune 500
executives belong to a fraternity
LATINO PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL
8 215 FACEBOOK: fb.me/tx.lphc TWITTER: @txlphc MEMBERS:
The Latino Pan-Hellenic Council (LPHC) experience focuses on celebrating and sharing Latino culture. The council combines leadership, community service, cultural understanding, and academics to maximize the success of members. Each of the four sororities and four fraternities that make up LPHC has a unique place on the Forty Acres. The members work independently and collaboratively to fulfill their values and interests.
faqs How do I join? The first three weeks of the semester are important. During this time, many of the chapters host events, social activities, and information sessions to give students an opportunity to get to know each chapter. What are the new member requirements? Each of the chapters in LPHC has specific eligibility requirements. To become a member, you must be enrolled at UT Austin and meet the minimum grade point average specific to the chapter you are interested in joining.
lphc events Are first-year, first-semester students eligible to join a LPHC organization? First-year students in their first semester are not eligible to join. LPHC encourages first-semester students to focus on academics, acclimate to campus, and get to know the chapters in LPHC to make an informed decision when joining in the second semester. Is it a requirement to identify as Latino/Hispanic to join? No. Each organization welcomes every race and ethnicity. Although some organizations are Latino based, they are not Latino exclusive. All pride themselves for being inclusive and offering a multicultural experience to members.
Go Greek Showcase — Enjoy the stepping, strolling, skits, and saluting at this event. Hosted each semester, the event is designed to provide information about each organization to those interested in learning more about LPHC. Anyone, and everyone, is invited to attend. Somos Latinos: Latino Heritage Week — There’s no better way to kick off the fall semester than with this annual event. It celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month and focuses on culture, leadership, activism, identity, and art. Semester Service Initiatives — This bi-annual event is an opportunity to give back to the Austin community and increase our awareness of issues outside the Forty Acres.
LATINO PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL
ΚΔΧ Sorority, Inc.
Kappa Delta Chi
Leading with Integrity, United through Service NICKNAME: K-D-Chi FOUNDED: Texas Tech, 1987 UT: 1998 WEB: www.kappadeltachi.org www.kdchipi.org FB: fb.me/kdchi.pi T: @KDChi__Pi
ΛΘΑ Latina Sorority, Inc.
ΩΔΦ Fraternity, Inc.
Opportunity for Wisdom, Wisdom for Culture
NICKNAME: O-D-Phi FOUNDED: Texas Tech, 1987 UT: 1998 WEB: www.omegadeltaphi.com www.scarletknights.org FB: fb.me/UT.Odphi T: @UTODPhi
ΦΙΑ Latino Fraternity
Always Prepared, Always Together
ΛΘΦ Latin Fraternity, Inc.
FOUNDED: Kean College, 1975 UT: Alpha Eta chapter, 1997 WEB: www.lambda1975.org www.texaslambdas.org FB: fb.me/UTLambdas T: @TexasLambdas
ΣΛΓ National Sorority, Inc.
Sigma Lambda Gamma
Culture is Pride, Pride is Success
NICKNAME: Gammas FOUNDED: University of Iowa, 1990 UT: 1995 WEB: www.sigmalambdagamma.com www.texasgammas.org FB: fb.me/texasgammas T: @Texas_Gammas
1931 Fall 2006 WEB: www.phiota.org FB: fb.me/phiotas.ut T: @Texas_Phiotas UT:
ΣΔΛ Sorority, Inc.
Lambda Theta Phi
En La Union Esta La Fuerza
NICKNAME: Betas FOUNDED: University of Iowa, 1986 UT: 1996 WEB: www.sigmalambdabeta.com www.texasbetas.org FB: fb.me/TexasBetas T: @TexasBetas
Phi Iota Alpha
www.ltagammachi.org UTLambdaLadies T: @UTLambdaLadies
Sigma Lambda Beta
One Culture, Any Race
Lambda Theta Alpha
Empowering the Universal Woman
ΣΛΒ International Fraternity, Inc.
Omega Delta Phi
Sigma Delta Lambda
Together We Rise Through Education, Loyalty and Pride NICKNAME: S-D-L FOUNDED: Texas State University, 1996 UT: 1999 WEB: www.sigmadeltalambda.com studentorgs.utexas.edu/sdl FB: fb.me/UT.sdl T: @UT_SDL
MULTICULTURAL GREEK COUNCIL
MEMBERS: 44 FACEBOOK: TWITTER:
Currently with one sorority and two fraternities in the Multicultural Greek Council (MGC), the members work to create an inclusive and diverse sorority and fraternity experience. The organizations are multicultural by mission and utilize diversity initiatives to positively influence the campus. Multicultural sororities and fraternities are the newest addition to our diverse community at UT Austin. By focusing on academic success, multicultural awareness, and philanthropic activities, each chapter is developing leaders that want to change the world.
faqs How do I join? The beginning of each semester is focused on recruitment. Every organization will have rush activities and tabling events, which will give you an opportunity to explore the various organizations. Typically, each organization will outline the basic requirements to join. How do I find out about events? The best way to connect with a MGC organization is either in person, to grab an event flyer, or through social media. Check out MGC’s event calendar on its website to learn more.
What are the benefits? Like other sororities and fraternities, they provide great opportunities to develop leadership skills and interact with the community. They are distinct because of their desire to explore and celebrate the diversity on the Forty Acres.
mgc events Cultural Showcase — It’s a cultural celebration! This annual April event is an opportunity to watch cultural performances, listen to some great music, and eat food from around the world. Meet the Greeks — This is your chance to Meet the Greeks of MGC. This event occurs during the first month of every semester and is a great way to learn more about them.
NATIONAL MULTICULTURAL GREEK COUNCIL
ΔΑΩ Multicultural Fraternity, Inc.
ΔΑΣ Multicultural Sorority, Inc.
Delta Alpha Omega
The Harder You Work in the Beginning, the More Fruitful You Will be in the End
Dayo FOUNDED: University of Texas at Arlington, 2001 UT: 2005 WEB: www.utexasdao.org FB: fb.me/DAO.TX T: @Utexas_DAO
ΣΚΦ Multicultural Fraternity, Inc.
Delta Alpha Sigma
Sigma Kappa Phi
Friends From the Beginning, Sisters till the End
Brothers of All Races
NICKNAME: The P.I.N.K. Ladies FOUNDED: University of Texas at Arlington, 2004 UT: 2011 WEB: www.deltaalphasigmaut.com FB: fb.me/UTDeltaAlphaSigma
NICKNAME: S-K-Phi FOUNDED: The University of Texas at Austin, 2007 FB: fb.me/ut.skphi
% of U.S. Senators belonged to a fraternity or sorority
NATIONAL PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL
MEMBERS: 33 FACEBOOK: TWITTER:
The organizations within the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) are connected to a rich history and purpose within the Black community. The Forty Acres is currently home to two sororities and three fraternities. NPHC is the umbrella organization for the historically Black sororities and fraternities at UT Austin. They have a collective interest and duty to uplift and unite the African-American community.
faqs How do I join? NPHC organizations have expectations for those exploring membership. Each organization holds events and activities that encourage participation in the community. If interested, you should attend appropriate events and communicate with a member of the organization directly. What are the requirements to join? All NPHC organizations have set requirements of those wanting to pursue membership intake. For example, many of the organizations require a UT Austin GPA, involvement on-campus, recommendation letter(s), and community service. Specific requirements are available from the chapter or in some cases via its national website.
nphc events What are the benefits? The NPHC experience focuses on leadership, academics, community service, and involvement within the African-American community. Becoming involved in a NPHC organization allows you to make a large campus smaller, connect with the community, and celebrate shared values.
NPHC 101 â€” Explore Black Greek Life on the Forty Acres. An annual Fall event, NPHC organizes a series of presentations by all organizations and concludes with a panel discussion. If you attend, you will get a chance to meet the community and walk away more informed. Plus, thereâ€™s always food.
NATIONAL PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL
ΑΚΑ Sorority, Inc.
ΚΑΨ Fraternity, Inc.
Alpha Kappa Alpha
By Culture and By Merit
NICKNAME: A-K-As FOUNDED: Howard University, 1908 UT: 1959 WEB: www.aka1908.com www.texas-akas.com FB: fb.me/delta.x.chapter
ΑΦΑ Fraternity, Inc.
Alpha Phi Alpha
Zeta Phi Beta
Achievement In Every Field Of Human Endeavor
A Community Conscious, Action Oriented Organization
NICKNAME: Kappas FOUNDED: Indiana University, 1911 UT: 1977 WEB: www.kappaalphapsi1911.com www.utnupes.com FB: fb.me/NUPEs T: @UTNupes
NICKNAME: Zetas FOUNDED: Howard
University, 1920 1976 WEB: www.zphib1920.org FB: fb.me/OThetaZetas UT:
ΩΨΦ Fraternity, Inc. Omega Psi Phi
First of All, Servants of All, We Shall Transcend All Alphas FOUNDED: Cornell University, 1906 UT: 1960 WEB: www.alphaphialpha.net www.utalphas.net FB: fb.me/TheEIAlphas T: @UTAlphas
ΖΦΒ Sorority, Inc.
Kappa Alpha Psi
Friendship is Essential to the Soul
NICKNAME: Ques FOUNDED: Howard
University, 1911 1969 FB: fb.me/EtaTheta.Ques T: @EtaThetaQues
sorority and fraternity members
TEXAS ASIAN PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL
8 260 FACEBOOK: fb.me/ut.tapc TWITTER: @UT_TAPC MEMBERS:
A thriving community focused on leadership, scholarship, and service, the Texas Asian Pan-Hellenic Council (TAPC) promotes Asian-American awareness. With six sororities and two fraternities, this community of leaders has established itself as a pillar of involvement and strong values. The TAPC community is not only a support system, but it also provides Asian Americans with opportunities to develop themselves while serving the community. Each organization is unique and offers a distinct vision, so get involved and join TAPC.
faqs How do I join? Recruitment for TAPC takes place during both the fall and spring semesters. During the first two weeks of each semester, TAPC organizations hand out fliers on the West mall and in the Jester residence hall to advertise their recruitment events. The recruitment period lasts the entire week and is intended to simulate the experience of being a member. The events may include a service project, a mixer, and a sisterhood or brotherhood event. Why join? Joining an Asian interest organization allows Asian-American students and those interested in the community an opportunity to build strong relationships with each other through sisterhood
tapc events and brotherhood. Each organization is committed to supporting and empowering Asian Americans. No matter which organization you choose, you will definitely feel like you have a family away from home in TAPC.
Greek Sneak Peek — As the name implies, it’s a little peek into TAPC sororities and fraternities. It occurs every semester and is designed to help you learn about the community. So, grab a seat and check it out!
Who is eligible? Each sorority and fraternity has specific eligibility requirements. All members need to be UT Austin students. Additional requirements such as a minimum GPA, an application, and an interview should be expected to receive a bid.
“ACE” or Asian Cultural Expo — This is TAPC’s signature event. It centers on a variety of activities and cultural celebrations. ACE carves out time to educate all communities about important topics and Asian-American culture.
NATIONAL APIA PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATION
αΚΔΦ Sorority, Inc.
ΔΚΔ Sorority, Inc.
alpha Kappa Delta Phi
Timeless Friendship Through Sisterhood
1990 UT: 1993 WEB: www.akdphi.org www.texasakdphi.com FB: fb.me/utakdphi T: @TexasKDPhi
AΣΡ Sorority, Inc.
Sisterhood, Service, Cultural Diversity
NICKNAME: D-K-D FOUNDED: Texas A&M, 1999 UT: 2003 WEB: www.deltakappadelta.com www.dkdaustin.com T: @DKDgamma
ΓΒ Gamma Beta Fraternity
Alpha Sigma Rho
Strength in Unity
NICKNAME: A-S-R FOUNDED: University
of Georgia, 1998
UT: 2000 WEB: www.asr.uga.edu
www.utalphasigmarho.com fb.me/utalphasigmarho T: @UT_ASR
ΒΚΓ Fraternity, Inc.
Making Good Men Better
B-K-G FOUNDED: The University of Texas at Austin, 1999 WEB: www.betakappagamma.com FB: fb.me/bkg.ut.1 T: @TexasBKG
NICKNAME: K-P-L FOUNDED: Binghamton University, 1995 UT: 2009 WEB: www.kappaphilambda.org www.kpltexas.com FB: fb.me/kpltexas T: @KPLTexas
ΣΦΩ Sorority, Inc.
Sigma Phi Omega
The Reward is in the Doing
University of Texas at Austin, 2000 WEB: www.gammabeta.com www.texasgammabeta.com FB: fb.me/texasgamma.beta T: @UTGammaBeta
of Southern California, 1949 UT: 1991 WEB: www.sigmaphiomega.com www.texassigmas.com FB: fb.me/utsigmas T: @TexasSigmas
ΚΦΓ Sorority, Inc.
Beta Kappa Gamma
Brotherhood + Knowledge = Growth
Kappa Phi Lambda
Sisterhood Built Through Service
of California Berkeley,
ΚΦΛ Sorority, Inc.
Delta Kappa Delta
Kappa Phi Gamma
Individually Unique, Together Complete NICKNAME: K-Phi-G FOUNDED: University of Texas, 1998 WEB: www.kappaphigamma.org studentorgs.utexas.edu/ phigamma T: @KPhiGFounding
UNIVERSITY PANHELLENIC COUNCIL
14 3,204 FACEBOOK: fb.me/texaspanhellenic TWITTER: @TXPanhellenic MEMBERS:
Since 1904, the University Panhellenic Council (UPC) has been at the center of women’s leadership at UT Austin. The Council promotes involvement through leadership, academic achievement, philanthropic and community service initiatives, as well as lasting sisterhood. There are 14 sororities that make up the University Panhellenic Council, and each has incredible opportunities to get involved. All UPC chapters have something to offer you.
faqs How do I join? Panhellenic Formal Recruitment is a very structured process. After registering online in the summer and working on your recommendation letters, you’ll have the opportunity to attend several events during formal recruitment at each chapter house. Throughout the week, by a process of mutual selection, both chapters and potential new members will narrow their choices. At UT Austin, a majority of women obtain membership through this process; however qualifying chapters may also have opportunities to join outside of this time period and throughout the year. What are the deadlines for UPC Recruitment? UPC formal recruitment registration will be available online beginning May 19, 2014 and will conclude on August 7, 2014, at 11:59 p.m. To learn more about UPC Recruitment, visit: deanofstudents.utexas.edu/sfl/join_upc_recruit.php
upc events What are the benefits of membership? There are numerous benefits to joining a UPC sorority. Not only are there fantastic leadership opportunities within both the chapter and council, but the members also have the highest GPAs in the sorority and fraternity community. In fall 2013, 79% of Panhellenic women have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Who is eligible for recruitment? A woman is eligible to participate in recruitment and join a sorority if she is a regularly matriculated student at UT Austin. Any student who is enrolled and has been granted full-time status may participate, however each UPC organization has specific eligibility requirements.
UPC supports The Circle of Sisterhood — The Circle of Sisterhood mission is to uplift girls and women from poverty and oppression through education worldwide. This new partnership has allowed all Panhellenic women to engage in this important topic by raising awareness and money for the organization. This year, they hosted Panhellenic Bounceback in partnership with the Men’s Basketball team as well as profit shares for the larger community. Greek Grub — Letters, Lunch, and Friends. Every spring, UPC rallies sororities and fraternities from all councils at UT Austin to wear their Greek letters, enjoy good company, and grab a bite to eat. It’s all in the name of building community.
UNIVERSITY PANHELLENIC COUNCIL
ΑΧΩ Alpha Chi Omega
Together Let Us Seek the Heights NICKNAME: A-Chi-O FOUNDED: De Pauw University, 1885 UT: 1924 WEB: www.alphachiomega.org www.TexasAXO.com FB: fb.me/TexasAXO T: @TexasAXO
ΑΔΠ Alpha Delta Pi
We, as undergraduate members of women’s fraternities, stand for good scholarship, for guarding of good health, for maintenance of fine standards, and for serving, to the best of our ability, our college community. Cooperation for furthering fraternity life, in harmony with its best possibilities, is the ideal that shall guide our fraternity activities. We, as fraternity women, stand for service through the development of character inspired by the close contact and deep friendship of individual fraternity and Panhellenic life. The opportunity for wide and wise human service, through mutual respect and helpfulness, is the tenet by which we strive to live. —NPC creed
ΑΞΔ Alpha Xi Delta
ΔΓ Delta Gamma
We Live For Each Other
Inspiring Women to Realize Their Potential
NICKNAME: A-D-Pi FOUNDED: Wesleyan Female College, 1851 UT: 1906 WEB: www.alphadeltapi.org www.texasadpi.com FB: fb.me/TexasADPi T: @TexasADPi
NICKNAME: A-Xi-D FOUNDED: Lombard College, 1893 UT: 1929 WEB: www.alphaxidelta.org www.texasalphaxidelta.com FB: fb.me/utaxid T: @texasalphaxi
ΑΕΦ Alpha Epsilon Phi
Many Hearts, One Purpose
A-E-Phi FOUNDED: Barnard College, 1909 UT: 1925 WEB: www.aephi.org www.aephitexas.com T: @TexasPhi
ΑΦ Alpha Phi
Union Hand in Hand
A-Phi FOUNDED: Syracuse University, 1872 UT: 1920 WEB: www.alphaphi.org www.texasalphaphi.com FB: fb.me/TexasAlphaPhi T: @TexasAlphaPhi
ΧΩ Chi Omega
Hellenic Culture & Christian Ideals Chi-O FOUNDED: University of Arkansas, 1895 UT: 1904 WEB: www.chiomega.com www.texaschiomega.com T: @TXChiOmega
ΔΔΔ Delta Delta Delta
Let Us Steadfastly Love One Another Tri-Delt FOUNDED: Boston University, 1888 UT: 1912 WEB: www.tridelta.org www.utexas.tridelta.org T: @Texas_TriDelta
NICKNAME: D-G FOUNDED: Lewis School for Girls, 1873 UT: 1939 WEB: www.deltagamma.org utexas.deltagamma.org T: @TexasDeltaGamma
ΚΑΘ Kappa Alpha Theta
NICKNAME: Theta FOUNDED: DePauw University, 1870 UT: 1904 WEB: www.kappaalphatheta.org www.texastheta.org T: @TexasTheta
ΚΔ Kappa Delta
Let Us Strive for that which is Honorable, Beautiful and Highest NICKNAME: K-D FOUNDED: State Female Normal School, 1897 UT: 1921 WEB: www.kappadelta.org utexas.kappadelta.org FB: Texas Kappa Delta T: @txkappadelta
ΚΚΓ Kappa Kappa Gamma
ΣΔΤ Sigma Delta Tau
Aspire to Be
One Hope of Many People
NICKNAME: Kappa FOUNDED: Monmouth College, 1870 UT: 1902 WEB: www.kappakappagamma.org chapters.kappakappagamma.org/ betaxi T: @TXKappa
ΠΒΦ Pi Beta Phi
Sig-Delt University, 1917 UT: 1939 WEB: www.sigmadeltatau.com FB: fb.me/SDTatTexas T: @SDTatTexas
ΖΤΑ Zeta Tau Alpha
Cultivating Sincere Friendships
Seek the Noblest
NICKNAME: Pi-Phi FOUNDED: Monmouth College, 1867 UT: 1902 WEB: www.pibetaphi.org www.pibetaphi.org/utexas T: @TexasPiPhi
NICKNAME: Zeta FOUNDED: State Female Normal School, 1898 UT: 1906 WEB: www.zetataualpha.org texaszetataualpha.com FB: fb.me/TexasZTA T: @TexasZTA
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were sorority members
Affiliates represent three sororities and four fraternities on campus. The members are involved on campus and engage in leadership development, scholarship, risk management, and academic support resources offered across the Forty Acres. The only difference is that they havenâ€™t joined a council yet. This relationship distinguishes Affiliates as unique and connected to Sorority and Fraternity Life.
BXΘ National Fraternity, Inc.
ΓΦΔ Christian Fraternity, Inc.
Beta Chi Theta
Above All Else, Brotherhood
First Class, First Choice
of California, Los Angeles, 1999 UT: 2003 WEB: www.betachitheta.com FB: fb.me/BetaChiThetaUT T: @TexasBetaChi
ΔΛΦ Fraternity, Inc.
NICKNAME: D-L-P FOUNDED: Washington, D.C., 1986
Truth in Tolerance, Knowledge through Diversity, Bonds of Unity, Strength in Trust
UT: 2010 WEB: www.dlp.org
www.dlp.org/betarho fb.me/Delta Lambda Phi – Beta Rho T: @dlpBP
G Phi D University of Texas at Austin, 1988 WEB: www.gphid1988.org FB: fb.me/AlphaGenesis.Gammas T: @UT_GphiD
Bound by Honor, Rise Above All
GRL FOUNDED: Arizona State University, 2003 UT: 2015 WEB: gammarholambda.org gammarholambda.org/utexas FB: fb.me/ GRLTexas T: @GRLTexas
is raised by fraternity and sorority members for charity
of Texas at Austin, 1995 www.omegaphigamma.com T: @UTOmegas
ΣΙΑ Sigma Iota Alpha, Inc.
Gamma Rho Lambda
Making Our Presence Make A Difference
ΓΡΛ National Sorority
Delta Lambda Phi
ΩΦΓ Omega Phi Gamma
Gamma Phi Delta
Always One and Inseparable
FOUNDED: New York, 1990 UT: 2008 WEB: www.hermandad-sia.org
www.utasia.chapterspot.com fb.me/UTaustinSIA T: @UTAustinSIA
ΣΛΑ Sigma Lambda Alpha
Latinas Helping Others
FOUNDED: Texas Woman’s
UT: 2010 WEB:
www.sigmalambdaalpha.org fb.me/UTSenoritas T: @UT_SLA
TERMS AND DEFINITIONS active: A fully initiated member of a chapter
legacy: A woman whose mother, sister, or
pin: A new member or associate pin is simpler
who is in good standing.
in some cases, grandmother is an initiated member of a sorority. A man whose father, brother, or in some cases, grandfather is an initiated member of a fraternity. Legacy stipulations differ for each sorority and fraternity.
in design and identifies a new or associate member of a particular sorority or fraternity. potential new member (pnm): A term used to describe an individual seeking membership and/or participating in a recruitment process.
alumna or alumnus: Any initiated member of a sorority or fraternity who has graduated from college.
badge: The active pin, worn on the chest, designates an initiated member of a certain sorority or fraternity.
bid: A formal invitation to join a sorority or fraternity.
big sister/brother: A new member typically receives or selects an initiated member to be his/her big sister or brother. This older member serves as a role model and resource to the new member. chapter: The local group of a national sorority or fraternity.
culturally based greek letter organization: A sorority or fraternity that focuses on a specific culture(s) into its ritual, purpose, activities and ceremonies. Member organizations of Affiliate groups, as well as the Latino Pan-Hellenic, Multicultural Greek Council, National Pan-Hellenic and Texas Asian Pan-Hellenic Councils are all culturally based. formal recruitment: A designated membership period during which each NPC sorority holds a series of organized events. Formal Recruitment is implemented and organized by the University Panhellenic Council.
fraternity: Often, a men’s organization characterized by high ideals and leadership, scholastic achievement, fellowship, oaths of fidelity, and a Ritual; however, the term “fraternity” may apply to a female sorority.
informal or open recruitment:
Recruitment period conducted at various times during the year including the summer.
initiation: A ritual or ceremony during which a new member receives lifelong membership in the organization.
line sisters (ls) or line brothers (lb): Individuals who are members of the same intake class and organization. membership intake: The process by which one becomes a new member of a sorority or fraternity. Typically used to reference culturally based Greek letter organization practices of acquiring membership. new member: A member of a Greek letter organization who has not yet been initiated.
new member class/line: A group of individuals who are selected to become inducted/initiated into a particular sorority or fraternity.
new member educator: The chapter officer who coordinates the education of the organization’s new members. new member meetings: Special meetings that may be held each week for the new members. In addition to learning the history of the organization, new members may hear presentations on study skills, leadership development, risk management, and other important issues. oral bidding: Any statement by an individual member indicating that a sorority or fraternity intends or wishes to have a potential new member join their organization. Some examples of oral bidding are: “I want you for my little sister/brother,” “You belong here,” “We have a place for you,” and “You can wear my badge.” It falsely implies an invitation to membership. No individual member has the authority to issue invitations or guarantee membership.
probate/presents: A show often organized by culturally based organizations to introduce their new members to the campus community. quota: The specific number of potential new members each University Panhellenic Council sorority chapter can accept during fall formal recruitment. recruitment counselors: Sorority women who are carefully selected and trained to guide potential new members through the formal recruitment process for the University Panhellenic Council. silence: Period of time when conversation and contact between potential new members and sorority active members, new members, and alumnae is strictly limited by the University Panhellenic Council Recruitment Rules.
sisters/brothers: Members of the same sorority or fraternity.
sorority: An individual women’s organization characterized by high ideals and leadership, scholastic achievement, fellowship, oaths of fidelity, Ritual, and typically designated by Greek letters. stepping: A series of complex, synchronous and precise rhythmic movements performed to songs, stomps or chants and created by organization members. Typically performed by culturally based Greek letter organizations.
strolling: Performed by culturally based sororities and fraternities, a stroll is usually performed in unison to a song with precise and synchronized movements, possibly in a line. It may also be referred to as a party walk or strut.
FAMILY GUIDE Not only is this guide an important resource for students exploring sororities and fraternities, it’s also a great tool for parents, guardians, and family members. We hope the following pages will answer your questions and provide information. The sorority and fraternity experience promotes individual, organizational, and community development. It also has a lot of tradition. Many sororities and fraternities designate their organization by using letters from the Greek alphabet, which actually have special meaning to members. Every sorority and fraternity has unique mottos, Rituals, and creeds that unite the members in sisterhood or brotherhood, growth, achievement, service to the community, responsibility, and leadership. All sororities and fraternities are based on values, ethics, and standards. We know that students and families often have questions about sororities and fraternities. Below, we’ve provided some answers to frequently asked questions.
support or assistance Whether it’s stress, illness, or roommate issues, college students may need assistance from someone on campus during their time at The University of Texas at Austin. The staff in the Office of the Dean of Students can provide support and assistance. We encourage you to reach out and contact us. We can connect students to the appropriate resources. Call 512-471-5017, visit the 4th floor of Student Services Building, or visit us online at deanofstudents.utexas.edu.
helpful hints • Take the time to find out about the organization(s) your student is interested in. Check out their local and national website. • Be supportive of your student’s choice to join a sorority or fraternity. If you have questions, call Sorority and Fraternity Life. • Encourage your student to attend leadership programs sponsored by Office of the Dean of Students. • Know the financial costs. Determine who will pay and what limitations these expenses may impose. For many organizations, one-time inter/national dues are paid during the first year, so expect the first year to be the most expensive. • Know names and phone numbers of the organization president, new member educator, big sister/big brother, organization advisor, and house director, if there is one. • Expect to see many new t-shirts, photos and sorority/fraternity paraphernalia. • Encourage your student to get involved and take advantage of all the opportunities and resources on campus. If you should have additional questions, flip to the back page to get in touch with our staff.
frequently asked questions What is Recruitment? Rush? Intake? Recruitment/rush/intake is defined as any sorority or fraternity activity that seeks to add new members to a chapter. Some Greek-letter organizations host recruitment throughout the year, while others recruit during a specified time period each semester or year. Regardless of when it occurs, any chapter activity that serves the purpose of adding new members to the chapter constitutes recruitment and must be in compliance with organizational policies, institutional rules and state laws. What are the benefits of joining? The benefits include building leadership skills, support with academics, and endless opportunities to engage in service. The sorority and fraternity experience is an excellent training ground for aspiring leaders. Many chapters organize tutoring programs, host study hours, and offer a variety of educational resources. Some offer scholarships and awards to celebrate members’ and non-members’ academic success. When do students typically join? 90% of the students that join a sorority or fraternity do so during their first semester in college. Alternatively, some organizations require that students have a UT Austin GPA and credit hours before joining. Students, including transfers, sophomores, juniors, and seniors, also have the opportunity to join the sorority and fraternity community. How will joining a sorority or fraternity affect my student academically? Academic success is important to each sorority and fraternity. They organize study hours, schedule study skill workshops, and encourage the use of faculty office hours. All organizations have a GPA requirement to remain a member in good standing. Which sorority or fraternity is the best one to join? There are over 70 Greek-letter organizations on campus. Each organization provides unique experiences, emphasizes values, service, philanthropy, and leadership within the community. Who is the “best” is a personal choice and it should be based on where a student feels most comfortable.
HELPFUL RESOURCES Counseling and Mental Health Center 512-471-3515 cmhc.utexas.edu Leadership and Ethics Institute 512-232-5163 deanofstudents.utexas.edu/lei Legal Services for Students 512-471-7796 deanofstudents.utexas.edu/lss Student Emergency Services 512-471-5017 deanofstudents.utexas.edu/emergency Student Judicial Services 512-471-2841 deanofstudents.utexas.edu/sjs
What does it mean to be a New Member? The new member period is a time for students to bond with other new members, active members, and learn about the organization’s history and goals. Some new member classes elect officers, hold weekly meetings, organize study halls and plan activities.
SAFETY EDUCATION AND HAZING PREVENTION responsibility
Sororities and fraternities are held to high standards by the national organization, their advisors, and the institution. There are online modules, workshops, and national training sessions that prepare members to be responsible and behave in a manner that reflects their values.
incidents and concerns
The safety and wellness of students is our priority. If you hear of incidents of hazing, sexual assault, alcohol, injury, or bias, please report them to the Office of the Dean of Students. A report can be filed anonymously through a variety of channels.
A national organization dedicated to empowering people to prevent hazing in student organizations.
In Memory of Jack inmemoryofjack.com An interactive resource tackling current problems and the consequences of hazing and binge drinking among fraternities and sororities across the country.
Office of the Dean of Students 512-471-5017 deanofstudents.utexas.edu/complaint.php Behavior Concern Advice Line 512-232-5050 Campus Climate Response Team www.utexas.edu/diversity/ccrt
what is hazing? National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism collegedrinkingprevention.gov A one-stop resource for comprehensive research-based information on issues related to alcohol abuse and binge drinking among college students.
Voices Against Violence cmhc.utexas.edu/vav.html A campus program offering counseling, advocacy, and peer education for issues of relationship violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
Hazing is commonly defined as any action taken or situation created to produce mental or physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment or ridicule. The state of Texas and The University of Texas at Austin have adopted anti-hazing legislation or policies. The fact that a person consented or acquiesced in a hazing activity is not a defense under the law. If you are hazed you must, according to state law, report it to the Office of the Dean of Students. Organizations that haze are not worth your consideration and are dangerous. In addition, Chapter 14 of The University of Texas at Austinâ€™s Institutional Rules on Student Services and Activities and Texas Education Code, Section 37.156 and 51.936 provide complete details regarding the prohibition of hazing and state law. All activities must be consistent with the universityâ€™s policies as indicated in the Institutional Rules on Student Services and Activities. The following sororities and fraternities are currently or have been under university discipline for policy violations in the past 3 years. The complete list of disciplined registered student organizations can be found online at deanofstudents.utexas.edu/doscentral/ hazing_memorandum.php.
Alpha Epsilon Pi
Penalty issued August 17, 2011 (Probation extended through August 17, 2014)
alpha Kappa Delta Phi*
Conditional registration is three (3) years (Completed June 10, 2013)
Alpha Tau Omega*
Conditional registration is two (2) years (August 15, 2014)
Delta Sigma Phi*
Conditional registration is two (2) years (September 3, 2015)
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Penalty issued November 10, 2009 (Suspension completed December 31, 2009; Probation completed October 30, 2012)
Delta Tau Delta*
Conditional registration is two (2) years (Completed September 9, 2012)
Kappa Phi Gamma Sorority, Inc.*
Conditional registration is two (2) years (April 30, 2014)
Lambda Phi Epsilon
Penalty issued December 20, 2005 (Canceled through December 19, 2011; Suspended through May 31, 2014; Probation through May 31, 2015).
Omega Phi Gamma*
Conditional registration is three (3) years (July 12, 2014)
Phi Delta Theta*♦
Conditional registration is two (2) years (August 9, 2014)
Phi Kappa Psi
Conditional registration is two (2) years (December 12, 2015)
Pi Kappa Phi*
Conditional registration is two (2) years (February 27, 2014)
Sigma Alpha Epsilon*
Conditional registration is five (5) years (Completed April 7, 2013)
Sigma Alpha Mu*
Conditional registration is two (2) years (April 20, 2014)
Sigma Phi Epsilon*
Conditional registration is two (2) years (Completed September 1, 2012)
Texas Omicron (formerly known as Kappa Alpha Order)*
Conditional registration is three (3) years (April 11, 2015)
Zeta Beta Tau*♦
Conditional registration is two (2) years (September 4, 2016)
* Resolved via Mutual Agreement ♦ More than one violation in the past three (3) years
CHAPTER COMPARISON sororities
above all undergraduate women's fall 2014 gpa (3.24)
chapter size (fall 2014)
Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Epsilon Phi
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Alpha Sigma Rho Sorority, Inc.
Alpha Xi Delta
Delta Alpha Sigma Multicultural Sorority, Inc.
Delta Delta Delta
Delta Kappa Delta Sorority, Inc.
Gamma Rho Lambda National Sorority
Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha, Inc.
Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Kappa Phi Gamma Sorority, Inc.
Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.
Lambda Theta Alpha Latina Sorority, Inc.
Pi Beta Phi
Sigma Delta Lambda Sorority, Inc.
Sigma Delta Tau
Sigma Lambda Alpha
Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc.
Sigma Phi Omega Sorority, Inc.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Zeta Tau Alpha
alpha Kappa Delta Phi Sorority, Inc.
Kappa Alpha Theta
Denotes housing available
above all undergraduate men's fall 2013 gpa (3.15)
chapter size (fall 2014)
Alpha Epsilon Pi
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
Alpha Tau Omega
Beta Chi Theta National Fraternity, Inc.
Beta Kappa Gamma Fraternity, Inc.
Delta Alpha Omega Multicultural Fraternity, Inc.
Delta Kappa Epsilon
Delta Lambda Phi Fraternity Inc.
Delta Sigma Phi
Delta Tau Delta
Gamma Beta Gamma Phi Delta Christian Fraternity, Inc.
Lambda Theta Phi Fraternidad Latina, Inc.
Omega Delta Phi Fraternity, Inc.
Omega Phi Gamma
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
Phi Delta Theta
Kappa Alpha Order Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Kappa Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha
Phi Gamma Delta
Phi Iota Alpha Latino Fraternity
Phi Kappa Psi
Phi Kappa Sigma
Phi Kappa Tau
Phi Kappa Theta
Pi Kappa Alpha
Pi Kappa Phi
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sigma Alpha Mu
Sigma Kappa Phi Multicultural Fraternity, Inc.
Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity, Inc.
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Zeta Beta Tau
MAP OF HOUSES
sororities ΑΧΩ Alpha Chi Omega: 2420 Nueces Street ΑΔΠ Alpha Delta Pi: 2620 Rio Grande Street ΑΕΦ Alpha Epsilon Phi: 2500 Rio Grande Street ΑΦ Alpha Phi: 2005 University Avenue ΑΞΔ Alpha Xi Delta: 2508 Rio Grande Street ΧΩ Chi Omega: 2711 Rio Grande Street ΔΔΔ Delta Delta Delta: 503 West 27th Street ΔΓ Delta Gamma: 2419 Rio Grande Street ΚΑΘ Kappa Alpha Theta: 2401 Pearl Street ΚΔ Kappa Delta: 2315 Nueces Street ΚΚΓ Kappa Kappa Gamma: 2001 University Avenue ΠΒΦ Pi Beta Phi: 2300 San Antonio Street ΣΔΤ Sigma Delta Tau: 405 West 22nd Street ΖΤΑ Zeta Tau Alpha: 2711 Nueces Street
fraternities Acacia Acacia: 2614 Rio Grande Street ΑΕΠ Alpha Epsilon Pi: 2807 Rio Grande Street ΑΤΩ Alpha Tau Omega: 2317 Shoal Creek Boulevard ΔΧ Delta Chi: 910 Poplar Street ΔΚΕ Delta Kappa Epsilon: 715 Graham Place ΔΣΦ Delta Sigma Phi: 706 West 26th Street ΔΤΔ Delta Tau Delta: 2801 San Jacinto Boulevard ΚΑ Kappa Alpha Order: 2515 Leon Street ΚΣ Kappa Sigma: 1002 West 26th Street ΦΔΘ Phi Delta Theta: 1904 Nueces Street Fiji Phi Gamma Delta: 300 West 27th Street ΦΚΨ Phi Kappa Psi: 2411 Longview ΦΚΣ Phi Kappa Sigma: 2402 Rio Grande ΠΚΑ Pi Kappa Alpha: 2400 Leon Street ΠΚΦ Pi Kappa Phi: 608 Park Place ΣΑΕ Sigma Alpha Epsilon: 2414 Pearl Street ΣΑΜ Sigma Alpha Mu: 2501 Leon Street ΣΧ Sigma Chi: 2701 Nueces Street
ΣΦΕ ΣΠ ΤΚΕ ΘΧ ΖΒΤ ΖΨ
Sigma Phi Epsilon: 2500 Pearl Street Sigma Pi: 909 W 22 1/2 St. Tau Kappa Epsilon: 2710 Whitis Avenue Theta Chi: 909 W. 22nd Street Zeta Beta Tau: 710 West 28th Street Zeta Psi: 2806 Nueces Street
legend SSB Student Services Building, Sorority and Fraternity Life, Office of the Dean of Students UT-operated Residence Hall Privately-owned Residence Hall Fraternities Sororities
contact us Sorority and Fraternity Life Student Services Building (SSB) 4.400 100 West Dean Keeton Street Austin, Texas 78712-1100 PHONE: 512-471-9700 EMAIL: email@example.com WEB: deanofstudents.utexas.edu/sfl
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