Alpha Chi Omega was founded in 1885 by women who believed in the advancement of the intellectual, social and moral culture of its members. Today Alpha Chi is filled with smart, strong and compassionate women who share a genuine bond through sisterhood.
CT Chapter is an elite fraternity, founded nationally in 1832. With over 35 chapters spanning North America's highest ranked universities, AD at UConn seeks to not only continue our history of success, brotherhood, and literary traditions.
The mission of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority is to inspire and support exemplary women dedicated to friendship and a lifelong commitment to Alpha Epsilon Phi, while building on the vision of our Jewish founders.
Alpha Kappa Lambda (ΑΚΛ) is an American collegiate social fraternity for men founded at the University of California, Berkeley, in 1914. Today, it operates approximately 45 active chapters and colonies and approximately 25,000 initiated members.
Alpha Phi International Fraternity is a membership organization dedicated to promoting sisterhood, cultivating leadership, encouraging intellectual curiosity and advocating service. Alpha Phi develops character for a lifetime.
Alpha Sigma Phi is a fraternity focused on bettering its members and the community through the pursuit of service, philanthropy, education, and social enrichment.
Beta Chi Theta (ΒΧΘ) is a national South Asian interest social fraternity established in 1999 at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
Beta Theta Pi is a social fraternity on campus which recognizes mutual assistance, intellectual growth, trust, brotherhood and integrity as values that our members embody. We make a positive contribution to men who live our values in and after college.
Delta Epsilon Psi is a South Asian interest fraternity which was founded at the University of Texas, Austin in 1998 by 18 men who came together sensing the urgency of a unified South Asian voice at their university.
Delta Gamma was founded in December 1873 in Oxford, Mississippi at the Lewis School for Girls. DG seeks to foster high ideals of friendship, promote educational and cultural interests, and develop the best qualities of character in college women.