Sororities & Fraternities
The Greek System
The Greek System at Delta State University has been established to assist the student in the achievement of his or her educational aims. Fraternities and sororities enable a person to broaden intellectually and socially by working with people of diverse backgrounds dedicated to common goals. The groups offer many opportunities to develop leadership and responsibility and to participate in a varied social program.
During the years of their growth at Delta State, the fraternities and sororities have been involved in many outstanding activities such as community service projects, Homecoming festivities, charity benefits, and other events on the University campus.
Students are selected for membership during Formal Membership Recruitment or Intake periods. The NPC (National Panhellenic Conference) sororities conduct Formal Membership Recruitment the week preceding the Fall Semester. The IFC (Interfraternity Council) fraternities hold Recruitment near the beginning of the fall semester, and the NPHC (National Pan-Hellenic Council) sororities and fraternities have their Intake activities later in the school year. Informal Recruitment continues as needed throughout the year for all Greek groups.
For complete details and additional information, contact the Panhellenic Advisor in Union 200 concerning the NPC sororities and the IFC Advisor in Union 200 concerning the IFC fraternities, and the Pan Hellenic Advisor in Bailey 108 concerning the NPHC groups.
Panhellenic Council (governing body)
Delta Delta Delta
Pan Hellenic Council (governing body)
Alpha Kappa Alpha
Delta Sigma Theta
Zeta Phi Beta
Inter-Fraternity Council (governing body)
Kappa Alpha Order
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
Pi Kappa Alpha
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
National Pan Hellenic Council (governing body)
Alpha Phi Alpha
Kappa Alpha Psi
Omega Psi Phi
Phi Beta Sigma
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