ABOUT US

Aggie Greeks & Values Based Leadership

Fraternities and sororities are a fundamental part of Texas A&M University. We are home to 58 inter/nationally affiliated or local Greek-letter organizations, which collectively constitute the largest membership-based and multi-faceted community on campus.

Representing 10% of the undergraduate student population, fraternity and sorority members are committed to their academics, developing and strengthening their leadership skills, volunteering time in the community and continually forming a campus and cultural support network for current and incoming Aggies.  Fraternities and sororities have enhanced the lives of more than 20,000 Aggies since their inception.

Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life Purpose & Mission

Our purpose is to serve as a liaison among the collegiate chapters, parents, alumni, international organizations, and Texas A&M University to provide organizational guidance, educational programs, and resources while challenging members to live their fraternal values.

Our mission is to build an inclusive fraternity and sorority community and enhance the collegiate experience by supporting opportunities for leadership, academic success, civic engagement and the creation of fraternal bonds.

Interested in joining a Fraternity or Sorority?

More information about being a part of the Greek community at Texas A&M can be found here.

CHAPTER RESOURCES

Annually, as new chapter officers are selected, each fraternity and sorority must go through University Recognition. Fraternity and sorority recognition is done through a partnership between the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life and Student Organization Development & Administration. Each semester dates will be announced for the recognition workshops. Below you will find information about the recognition process, and some of the necessary forms.

  • Use of the Texas A&M University name, logos, and symbols to identify institutional affiliation (as approved by Collegiate Licensing)
  • Ability to recruit members on campus
  • Ability to hold meetings and functions on campus (Rudder, MSC, Wehner, etc.)
  • Access to free e-mail and/or internet web site
  • Use of university meeting rooms and facilities, most of which are free
  • Access to computerized banking facilities in the Student Organization Finance Center
  • Access to FREE publicity in publications like the University Calendar, Student Organizations Guide, etc.
  • Access to campus bulletin boards and kiosks for publicity purposes
  • Opportunity to apply for Student Organization funding
  • Communication with other student organizations
  • Support for self-governance
  • Opportunities to serve on University Task Forces
  • Advocacy and support from University advisors
  • Support for community service endeavors
Whether planning a chapter retreat, date party, or a large scale fundraiser the resources and links below can help you plan a successful event! Be sure to know the University policies as well as those of your organization. In addition, Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life staff are available to help you plan any type of event. 

The following resources are available to help with the planning of chapter events and activities. It is also strongly recommended that you meet with a Fraternity and Sorority Life staff member to review chapter events to be sure that they are well planned and meet the University’s guidelines.

Steps to Event Planning

  1. Complete the Pre-Event Planning Form Online: http://maroonlink.tamu.edu. Please note that the pre-event planning form should not be the first step in your event planning process. This form serves as a summary of the risk management and planning you have done to ensure your event is going to be well-executed, safe, and in compliance will all university and council policies.
  2. Your faculty/staff advisor must review the form. Upon your completion of the form, your faculty/staff advisor will receive an email notification that you have submitted a pre-event planning form. Your advisor must then log into Student Activities Online to review the form and denote that he/she has done so by providing their initials on said form. This review is required by Texas A&M University Student Rule 42.5 which states, “It is expected that all student organizations will have their events, whether on or off campus, reviewed by their university advisor(s).” I would encourage you to speak with your faculty/staff advisor about the review process. For some of your advisors, they may still want to meet in person to review the event even though the form has been submitted online, for others they may want to discuss your event via phone, and for others, they may be comfortable simply reviewing online.
  3. A member of the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life staff can review the form. To have this form reviewed by a member of the Fraternity & Sorority Life staff, you will need to schedule an in-person meeting. This meeting should occur no later than 48 hours prior to your event, and prior to this meeting occurring, your form must be submitted online and reviewed by your faculty/staff advisor. A meeting can be scheduled by calling the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life at 979.862.5636 (Note: You do not need to wait for Steps #1 and #2 to be completed to schedule this meeting, but these steps will need to be completed by the time the meeting occurs). Please note that we do not accept walk-in appointments, so you do need to schedule this meeting in advance.
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ADVISORS

  • An advisor adds to the continuity of your organization by making sure that successive officers of the organization understand the responsibility they share in this office, as well as explaining to the officers the policies established for student organizations.
  • Advisors aid in the area of program content and purpose by helping student officers use their best judgment in selecting programs.
  • Providing an outlet for students to talk about classes, their role in the fraternity and everyday issues that students face.
  • To be aware of and have an understanding of those rules pertaining to organizations at TAMU as well as rules governing TAMU students.
  • To be aware of liability issues (i.e. hazing, alcohol, etc.) and advise the organization to make reasonable and prudent decisions regarding these issues in planning activities.
  • To attend meetings of the organization whenever possible.
  • To be available to the officers of the organization on a regular basis for advice and consultation.

ACCOUNTABILITY

ACTIVE CHAPTERS
• Alpha Chi Omega
• Alpha Delta Pi
• Alpha Epsilon Phi
• Alpha Omicron Pi
• Chi Omega
• Delta Delta Delta
• Delta Gamma
• Delta Zeta
• Gamma Phi Beta
• Kappa Alpha Theta
• Kappa Delta
• Kappa Kappa Gamma
• Pi Beta Phi
• Zeta Tau Alpha

ACTIVE CHAPTERS
• Alpha Gamma Rho
• Alpha Tau Omega
• Alpha Sigma Phi
• Beta Theta Pi
• Delta Sigma Phi
• Delta Tau Delta
• Kappa Alpha Order
• Kappa Sigma
• Lambda Chi Alpha
• Phi Delta Theta
• Phi Gamma Delta
• Phi Kappa Psi
• Pi Kappa Alpha
• Pi Kappa Phi
• Sigma Alpha Mu
• Sigma Chi
• Sigma Phi Epsilon
• Theta Chi
ACTIVE CHAPTERS
• Beta Tau Omega Fraternity, Inc. (Asian)
• Beta Chi Theta National Fraternity, Inc. (South Asian)
• Chi Psi Beta Fraternity, Inc. (South Asian)
• Delta Xi Nu Multicultural Sorority, Inc. (Multicultural)
• Gamma Alpha Omega Sorority, Inc. (Latina)
• Gamma Beta National Fraternity, Inc. (Asian)

• Gamma Phi Omega International Sorority, Inc. (Latina)
• Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc.(Latina)
• Lambda Delta Psi Sorority, Inc. (Asian)
• Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc. (Latina)
• Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity, Inc. (Latino)
• Omega Delta Phi Fraternity, Inc. (Latino)
• Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Inc. (Latino)
• Pi Lambda Chi Sorority, Inc. (Latina)
• Rho Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. (Asian)
• Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha Sorority, Inc. (Latina)
• Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity, Inc. (Latino)
• Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. (Latina)
• Sigma Phi Omega Sorority, Inc. (Asian)
ACTIVE CHAPTERS
• Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
• Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
• Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
• Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc.
• Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
• Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
• Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
• Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.
• Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

None

INACTIVE CHAPTERS (As of Fall 2022)
Alpha Epsilon Pi**
Chi Phi**

Delta Chi
Delta Kappa Epsilon
Farmhouse
Phi Kappa Theta
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sigma Nu
Triangle
Tau Kappa Epsilon**
**Chapter not recognized by a governing Council

INACTIVE CHAPTERS (As of Fall 2022)
Beta Xi Chi

Chi Upsilon Sigma
Delta Phi Omega
Delta Epsilon Psi
Delta Kappa Delta
Omega Phi Gamma**

**Chapter not recognized by a governing Council

INACTIVE CHAPTERS (As of Fall 2022)

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

  • Primary Sanction – Organizational Conduct Probation through December 31, 2022
  • Secondary Sanction – Membership Intake Restriction through August 1, 2022
  • Secondary Sanction – Educational Sanctions through December 31, 2022

Delta Kappa Epsilon:

  • Primary Sanction – Organization Suspension through August 2029

Kappa Alpha Order

  • Primary Sanction – Organizational Conduct Probation through January 18, 2023
  • Secondary Sanction – National Office Support Plan through December 5, 2022
  • Secondary Sanction – SEC Education Sanction through October 1, 2022

Rho Delta Chi

  • Primary Sanction – Organizational Conduct Probation through the end of the Spring 2023 semester
  • Secondary Sanction – Membership Intake Restriction through December 31, 2021
  • Secondary Sanction – Educational Sanctions through the end of the Spring 2023 semester

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

  • Primary Sanction – Organization Suspension through October 1, 2023
  • Primary Sanction – Organizational Conduct Probation for 2 calendar years upon re-recognition

HELPFUL LINKS AND INFO

Contact the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life at:

Report an incident involving a fraternity or sorority chapter here.

Find answers to Frequently Asked Questions here.