Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Alpha Chi Rho
The chapter of AXP has a purpose of enhancing the lifelong intellectual, moral, and social development of its members through the guidance of its Landmarks; those Landmarks being membership from those who are prepared to realize the Brotherhood of all men, the insistence on a high and clean moral standard, the paramount duty of brotherly love among members, and judgment not by externals but by intrinsic worth.
Alpha Sigma Phi
Founded on the values of Silence, Charity, Purity, Honor, and Patriotism, the Zeta Alpha chapter of AΣΦ seeks those who demonstrate the characteristics of what it means to be a Gentleman and a Scholar. Their philanthropies consist of the R.A.I.N.N., Humane Society, Aware Awake Alive, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, and Homes For Our Troops and their colors are cardinal and stone.
Phi Delta Theta
The Brothers of Phi Delta Theta are brought together by their three cardinal principles, friendship, moral rectitude, and sound learning. Through these influences, ΦΔΘ NJ Gamma chapter creates opportunities to becoming the greatest version of yourself. Phi Delta Theta's philanthropic energies go towards the ALS Association; their colors are azure and argent."
Phi Kappa Theta
The Phi Beta Chapter of ΦKΘ is the oldest fraternity on campus. "Phi Kaps" are brought together through four values: fraternal: duty to man, intellectual: duty to self and parents, social: duty to society, and spiritual: duty towards God. Their philanthropy is The Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, which provides funding for Children's Hospitals around the country. With the largest alumni network, brothers stay together long after graduation. Their colors are white, gold, and cardinal purple.
Pi Kappa Phi
Pi Kappa Phi ΠKΦ was founded on the premise of creating leadership opportunities for our members. Our founders exemplified leadership in the classroom, on the athletic field, in campus politics and within the community of Charleston. Leadership is the very root of our organization, and it is the concept of leadership that shall guide us to our future.
Founded at Seton Hall in spring 2018, Delta Upsilon ΔY is not your typical fraternity. Our non-secret heritage and our dedication to creating a modern fraternity experience help us in Building Better Men.
United Greek Council Fraternities
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
The Iota Rho chapter of AΦA aims for manly deeds, scholarship, and love for all mankind. AΦA has evolved into a primarily service organization and has addressed social issues such as apartheid, AIDS, urban housing, and other issues of interest to people of color. Their colors are black and old gold.
Lambda Theta Phi Fraternity, Inc.
The Epsilon chapter of ΛΘΦ, known as "the lambdas," emphasizes Latin unity and the celebration of Latin culture. Their philanthropic focus is on the American Heart Association. Their motto is "chivalry above self," and their colors are brown and white.
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
The Alpha Nu Alpha chapter of ΦBΣ exemplifies the ideals of Brotherhood, Scholarship, and Service while taking an inclusive perspective to serving the community as opposed to having an exclusive purpose. They are the only fraternity to hold a constitutional bond with a predominantly African-American sorority, ZΦB. Their colors are royal blue and pure white.
Psi Sigma Phi Fraternity, Inc.
The Gamma chapter of ΨΣΦ has an emphasis on multiculturalism and service and has a philanthropy of the Kidney and Urology Foundation. Their goal is to establish a unique bond among men of different cultures through hard work, sacrifice, and courage from all brothers. Their colors are black, silver, and white.
*organizations on probation have been investigated and found responsible for the noted violation. The organizations will be released from probation provided they meet the terms of their probation.
Organizations that have lost recognition from the University (year removed):
- Sigma Pi (2018)
- Zeta Psi Fraternity (2016)
- Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity (2014)
- Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity (2011)
We strongly discourage student participation in unrecognized groups, as the university does not provide any form of support, oversight and advisement for their members. Also, since these groups often lack national affiliation, they may not have liability insurance, or oversight policies for risk management, hazing or sexual harassment. Therefore if one of these chapters would experience a civil lawsuit, a member of that group might be held directly liable by a complainant, exposing himself/herself and their family members to unneeded risk. Furthermore, many times national organizations of these unrecognized groups choose not to acknowledge the University's concerns or to take action against their chapters. Students who choose to become members of these unrecognized groups may not obtain all of the benefits available to those who join a recognized fraternity or sorority. - Adopted from The George Washington University