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Greek Life

While there are no physical fraternity or sorority houses on campus due to a local ordinance prohibiting them, Fredonia State has an active Greek culture with six nationally recognized organizations as well as numerous Greek letter honor societies.

  • Alpha Phi Omega (Chi Pi)
  • Alpha Psi Omega
  • Delta Chi (SUNY Fredonia Chapter)
  • Delta Phi Epsilon (Epsilon Eta)
  • Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia (Rho Chi)
  • Sigma Alpha Iota (Delta Lambda)
  • Sigma Kappa
  • Sigma Phi Epsilon (New York Iota)

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Greek Life

Greek life can refer to:

  • Culture of Greece
  • Fraternities and sororities
Emory University - Student Life - Residential Life
... its students to live on campus for the first two years of undergraduate life, with defined options for freshmen and sophomores ... Today, the Greek-letter sororities and fraternities play an important part in leavening Emory's campus life ... For undergraduates, Greek life comprises approximately 30% of the Emory student population ...
List Of Fraternities And Sororities At Northeastern State University - Greek Life
... Interfraternity Phi Sigma Kappa est. 1930 Phi Lambda Chi est.1939 Pi Kappa Alpha est ...
Baldwin–Wallace College - Student Life - Student Organizations - Greek Life
... In the past, Greek organizations have been housed in halls such as North Hall and Ernsthausen ... Greek Life organizations do not not have on-campus houses due to fraternity and sorority houses being banned by the City of Berea in the 1960s ...
List Of Cal Poly Pomona Presidents - Student Life - Greek Life
... Greek Life at Cal Poly Pomona consists of 17 fraternities and 11 sororities governed by the Greek Council ...

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