Be part of the rich tradition of Greek Life at Susquehanna University by joining a community that is over 100 years old! Nearly 30 percent of our student body is involved in Greek Life.
There are 11 social fraternities and sororities on campus, and one of them might be your new home!
As a member of the Greek community at Susquehanna, you'll wear your organization's letters with pride. Every fraternity and sorority on campus has its own history and traditions.
Experience the thrill of Airband during Greek Week each spring.
You'll work with members of your Greek organization to put together a show-stopping performance for the entire campus community to watch and enjoy. Your moves just might help your fraternity or sorority take home the winning title!
This event is a favorite tradition on campus. Not only is it a good time for all, but the proceeds from ticket sales are given to a charity organization chosen by the Greek community.
Alpha Delta Pi (ADPi)
Chapter: Gamma Omicron
Began at SU: May 29, 1950
Philanthrophy: The Ronald McDonald House
Service Projects: Cooking dinner for the Ronald McDonald House in Danville, Pa. every week, Beauty and the Greek event, and Run for Ronald 5K and barbecue.
Kappa Delta (KD)
Chapter: Beta Upsilon
Began at SU: May 20, 1950
Philanthropy: Prevent Child Abuse America
Service Projects: Girl Scouts of the USA, confidence coalition dove campaign
Sigma Gamma Rho (SGRho)
Chapter: Rho Theta
Founded at SU: Feb. 18, 2007
Philanthrophy: Operation Big Bookbag
Service project: Operation Big Bookbag, Project for Africa, Project Wee Savers
Sigma Kappa (SigKap)
Chapter: Epsilon Delta
Began at SU: April 24, 1964
Service projects: Ultra Violet Fall Festival, Walk to End Alzheimers, Ultra Violet Circus Walk
Zeta Tau Alpha (Zeta)
Chapter: Iota Nu
Began at SU: Dec. 7, 1985
Philanthropy: Breast Cancer Awareness and Education
Service Projects: Wear Your Ribbon on Your Sleeve, Pink out games, Jail break
Phi Beta Sigma (Sigmas)
Chapter: Gamma Beta Alpha
Began at SU: March 16, 2008
Philanthropy: March of Dimes
Service Projects: Community Voter Drives
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia (Sinfonians)
Chapter: Lambda Beta
Began at SU: April 26, 1976
Philanthropy: Music programs in public schools
About: Phi Mu Alpha is the largest music fraternity in the world, with more than 150,000 initiates, and chapters on more than 200 American college and university campuses.
Phi Mu Delta (Muds)
Chapter: Mu Alpha
Began at SU: 1924
Philanthropy: St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital
Service Projects: Greysonview, Ashburn's Animals, Mostly Mutts
Pi Kappa Phi (Pi Kapp)
Chapter: Iota Epsilon
Began at SU: April 16, 2011
Philanthropy: The Ability Experience
Service Projects: Journey of Hope, Build America, Gear Up Florida
Chapter: Beta Omega
Began at SU: December 12, 1942
Philanthropy: Between Cultures, United Service Organizations
Service Projects: Adopt a Highway, OX Stock, Various Lions Club events
Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE)
Chapter: Iota Beta
Began at SU: May 19, 1962
Philanthropy: St Jude's Children's Research Hospital
Service Projects: Chicken Dinner, Car Smash, Haunted House
Sigma Alpha Iota (SAI)
Chapter: Sigma Omega
Began at SU: April 29, 1927
About: This music fraternity for women strives to promote the development and growth of music across campus and even across the world. Projects and events are all music-oriented and have included fundraisers for VH1's Save the Music organization. Chapter membership is open to students of all majors.
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Alpha Phi Omega (APO)
Chapter: Xi Iota
Began at SU: May 5, 1963
About: This service fraternity brings students together for leadership, friendship, and service opportunities. Service projects include the SUN Council Social, the Ronald McDonald House dinner, Grayson View bingo, Mostly Mutts, Peace Festival, Relay for Life, Elijah's Bowl and the Red Cross Blood Drive.
Interfraternity Council (IFC)
The council promotes the shared interests and values of member fraternities: leadership, service, brotherhood and scholarship. It believes in fraternity and that the shared values of fraternity drive the IFC to create better communities, better chapters and better men.
IFC works to advance Susquehanna's academic mission, to enable fraternal organizations to grow and thrive through collaboration and teamwork, to provide an outlet for self-governance and accountability, and to model and teach ethical leadership.
The Panhellenic Executive Board oversees and governs our five sororities.
The Panhellenic Association advances the academic and social welfare of Susquehanna while serving as a self-governing body that aspires to maintain a high quality of Greek relations on campus and in the community.
The Panhellenic Association stands for respectable scholarship and the preservation of honorable standards. We are dedicated to providing a safe, supportive and educational environment for all of our members.
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