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Greek letter organizations were founded on the ideals of scholarship, leadership, community service and friendship. For more than 100 years, the fraternities and sororities at Carroll University have continued to uphold these ideals.
With three sororities and three fraternities, our community is continuing to grow and we couldn't be more proud to keep wearing our letters!
Katie Lesperance, Associate Director of Student Activities/Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life
Katie Lesperance serves as the University's Greek Life Advisor. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Wisconsin La Crosse and her Master of Education in College Student Personnel Administration from Marquette University. Katie is a member of Alpha Phi and has continued to volunteer in a number of roles as an alumna. Katie's responsibilities include advising the councils and providing chapter support, as well as overseeing the CU@Night programming and Big Programs Committees. You can reach Katie at email@example.com or by phone at 262-524-7102.
Greek Life Student Staff
The Student Activities Greek Life Student Staff provides support to chapters and councils. Each of them brings a passion for Greek Life and knowledge in a variety of areas. Many of them are graduates of UIFI and have served in a variety of chapter or council roles, including President, Risk Manager, Social Chair, Recruitment Chair, and Philanthropy Chair, to name a few. You can find the staff working in Wright House (119 Wright Street, next to the Campus Center and Walter Young Center), a house devoted to our chapters with space for offices, meetings, and lounge areas. If a chapter or council is looking for assistance with paperwork, programming, or advice, please contact our student staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are currently three national sororities and three fraternities, one local and two national, at Carroll. The self-governing, self-supporting bodies of the fraternities and sororities are the Greek Activities Panel, Interfraternity Council, and the Panhellenic Council. These groups coordinate events and service projects, provide educational programs, establish community-wide regulations and implement policies for their member organizations.
Alpha Gamma Delta
Alpha Gamma Delta is an international fraternity for women that exists to provide opportunities for personal develpoment through the spirit of sisterhood. We support lifelong learning as a means to gain understand and wisdom. We promote the value of fraternal membership and commitment to higher education. We help prepare members to contribute to the world's work. We advocate lifetime involvement in Alpha Gamma Delta.
Alpha Xi Delta
The mission of Alpha Xi Delta Fraternity is to enrich the life of every Alpha Xi Delta. We will: 1. Nurture unity and cooperation 2. Foster intellectual, professional, and personal growth 3. Exemplify the highest ethical conduct 4. Instill community responsibility 5. Perpetuate fraternal growth.
Chi Omega is an intergenerational women's organization forever committed to our founding purposes: 1. Friendship 2. Personal integrity 3. Service to others 4. Academic excellence and intellectual pursuits 5. Community and campus involvement 6. Personal and career development
Delta Rho Upsilon
Delta Rho Upsilon is a social fraternity committed to building strong bonds of brotherhood and friendships that transcend a few years of college. Delta Rho Upsilon strives to maintain excellence in knowledge, character and to continually better ourselves and the community as a whole.
Pi Lambda Phi
That all men are created free and equal. That no society of men can flourish unless members of that socitey are endowed with the opportunities and privileges of freedom. That freedom implies the elimination of prejudice. That the elimination of prejudice means a better understanding 'twixt men. That it is incumbent upon me to fight for such freedom, even with my life. That it is incumbent upon me, in my personal life, to be devoted to the highest standards of honesty and justice. That because my country is dedicated to the highest standards of freedom and justice for all men of all creeds, I hereby pledge allegiance to my country, and to its national symbol.
Sigma Tau Gamma
Sigma Tau Gamma is a national collegiate fraternity founded in 1920 by veterans of the First World War to be a Fraternity of courageous and noble gentlemen who always endeavor forward. Its members dedicate themselves to a set of six Principles: Learning, Integrity, Excellence, Leadership, Citizenship, and Brotherhood. Their mission is Building Noble Generations of Men.
Student Organization Resources
North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) National Panhellenic Conference (NPC)
Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute (UIFI)
Wright House Reservation Form
Carroll University Hazing Prevention Week Fall 2016
The Panhellenic Council organization hosts a fall formal recruitment process. Women interested in participating must register for recruitment and attend the event during the recruitment weekend. If you're interested in joining a sorority outside of the formal recruitment period please complete this form.
Omicron Xi City Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Carroll University is a charter campus of the city-wide Omicron Xi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. If you would like more information about joining Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., please email email@example.com.
Fraternities at Carroll University host a variety of activities and events to meet people and to learn about those interested in joining.
For more information about each fraternity's events, please contact:
Delta Rho Upsilon
Noah Wallin, firstname.lastname@example.org
Pi Lambda Phi
Bryce Pierson, email@example.com
Logan Fletcher, firstname.lastname@example.org
For general information about joining a fraternity, please contact the Interfraternity Council:
President, Henderson Kearns, email@example.com
2017 Carroll University Greek Life Awards
All members of the fraternity and Sorority community should have a Grade Release & Hazing Policy Compliance form on file. This form should be submitted to the Assistant Director of Student Activities no more than 48 hours after bid acceptance.
Required for Off Campus events that are open to campus sign up at the information desk. Due 2 weeks before the event to the Campus Center Information Desk.
Use this form to submit your participant or guest list for off campus events that are not open to campus (invite or members only). This form is submitted with your Greek Life Event Registration Form.
Policies and Procedures for social fraternities and sororities. This is a supplement to the Student Organization Handbook.
Chapter Rosters are submitted twice a semester, once at the beginning of the semester, and once at the end to verify. Final roster submissions are used for grade report data collection.
Suggested to be use before any event that may pose risk to participants (mixers, off-campus events, retreats, etc.).
Required for any off campus event that is members or invite only (mixers, formals, off campus retreats/camping trips, service events, etc.)
Required for any event with alcohol (on or off campus). This is replacing the Alcohol Approval Form.
Due 2 weeks before an event that meets the above criteria.
Use the MyOrgs website to register your all-campus event, submit service/volunteer event, and update your roster.
Submit this with the Greek Life Event Registration Form for off-campus events that are invite or members only.
The Greek Life Newsletter for September 2017.
The October 2017 Greek Life Newsletter.
See what the fraternity and sorority community has been up to in the first few weeks of the fall 2016 semester.