Ryan Donaldson ’15

Major: Medical Technology
Hometown:North Canton, Ohio

When I graduated from high school, I knew I wanted to pursue a career in the medical field. I was interested in becoming a medical technologist, and heard that Mount Union had an outstanding medical technology program.

Active Student Organizations

The following student organizations have been accounted for as of August 1, 2014. If you could assist the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership in identifying those organizations that are not in existence any longer, or are in existence and are not currently listed, please contact us at carnelke@mountunion.edu.
 
Academic Honoraries and Organizations
 
Accounting Club
The Accounting Club strives to meet the needs of the students who hold an interest in the accounting field and to promote an interest and awareness of accounting throughout the University Community.
 
Active Minds
Active Minds is established for the expressed purpose of increasing the awareness of the students, faculty, and staff at the University of Mount Union about issues surrounding mental health, symptoms related to mental health disorders and disseminating mental health resources available both on campus and in the surrounding community.
 
Alpha Lambda Delta
Alpha Lambda Delta is a national scholastic honorary for first year students, by invitation, to recognize academic excellence among freshmen.  To be eligible for membership, students must have a 3.5 grade point average after the first semester or a 3.5 accumulative grade point average at the end of two semesters.
 
Alpha Psi Omega and the Mount Union Players
Alpha Psi Omega is a national dramatics honorary to promote a high standard of scholarship and work in drama.  Students are elected on a basis of active participation in theatre productions.
 
American Chemical Society (ACS)
This organization is a student-affiliate chapter, open to any student working toward an undergraduate degree in a chemical science or related discipline.
 
American Marketing Association (AMA)
The purpose of this organization is to enhance the academic and professional development of its members by bringing them in contact with a wide variety of activities through the cooperation of area businesses, professional speakers, the community and other campus organizations.  AMA members learn marketing principles through volunteering, fundraisers, networking affairs, workshops, corporate speakers and firm tours.  Membership is open to all interested students at the University.
 
ASCD
The purpose of Mount Union ASCD is to provide students with the opportunity for professional development in education, specifically in the area of curriculum development. This professional experience includes serving as interns at conferences, attending and/or presenting at local, state or national ASCD and related conferences, and planning for the local conferences. Membership is open to those majoring/minoring/interested in the field of education.
 
Association of Pre-Physician Assistant Students (APPAS)
The purpose of APPAS is to promote educational experiences and provide a route for students seeking to pursue continued education as a Physician Assistant (PA). APPAS provides members opportunities for shadowing, volunteering and patient care as it relates to the PA profession. The organization seeks to help undergraduate students prepare for the application and interview process required for entry into a PA program.
 
Beta Beta Beta
Beta Beta Beta is a society for students, particularly undergraduates, dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research.  Members must be biology or environmental biology majors who have completed at least three hours of non-introductory classes in the biological sciences with an average GPA of B in all biology classes at the time of initiation.
 
Blue Key Honor Society
A national honorary for junior and senior students which recognizes and selects students based upon their accomplishments in the areas of leadership, character, scholarship and service to the University and community.
 
Chinese Club
The purpose of Chinese Club is to organize and promote Chinese Language activities on the Mount Union campus and to foster a community among those students of Chinese on campus.
 
Engineering Club
The Engineering Club is open to all show are majoring or minoring in civil engineering or mechanical engineering.
 
Engineers Without Borders
The purpose of Engineers Without Borders shall be to gain experience working with a diverse group of people to help communities in developing world countries through service-based engineering-related projects.
 
English Society
The English Society promotes an outlet for creativity and curiosity by hosting and attending intellectual and cultural activities pertaining to literature and/or writing that would be otherwise unavailable to students. The English Society is dedicated to bringing authors and other interesting speakers to campus, conducting writing workshops, and gathering students, faculty and staff together for thought-provoking movies and discussions.
 
Exercise Science Club
The purpose of the Exercise Science Club is to provide its members with practical experiences with the field of exercise science. Membership is open to those majoring, minoring, or with an interest in exercise science.
 
French Club
The purpose of The French Club shall be to organize and promote French Language activities on the Mount Union campus as well as foster a sense of community among students of French.
 
Geology Club
The Mount Union Geology Club is a student organization designed to initiate, cultivate, and conserve a professional and casual interest in geology.
 
German Club
The purpose of the German club is to organize and promote German Language activities on the Mount Union campus as well as foster a sense of community among students of German.
 
Iota Tau Alpha
The purpose of Iota Tau Alpha Athletic Training Education Honor Society is to promote and encourage scholarly activity in the field of athletic training and to recognize the outstanding achievement amongst students enrolled in the UMU AT program. Membership is by invitation only.
 
Japanese Club
The purpose of the Japanese Club is to organize and promote Japanese Language activities on the Mount Union campus as well as foster a sense of community among students of Japanese.
 
Kappa Delta Pi
Kappa Delta Pi is an international honor society in education. It promotes excellence in and recognizes outstanding contributions to education.  Members must be of sophomore standing with no less than 50 hours, 12 of these hours in professional education courses, with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.  Students must also exemplify worthy education ideals, express intention to continue in the education field, and show evidence of leadership abilities.
 
Kappa Kappa Psi
This is a national band honorary that promotes the welfare of the University bands, cultivating at large a respect for their activities and achievements.  Membership is by invitation. Students must be enrolled in one of the bands during the year and have completed 12 credit hours.
 
Kappa Pi
An art honorary fraternity that recognizes students with artistic interests. Membership is by invitation only.
 
Lambda Pi Eta
An honor society that provides a forum of interaction between students, faculty and professionals interested in speech/communications.  Members must have 60 semester hours with 12 in communication, be currently enrolled full-time and display commitment to the field of communication.  A cumulative and communications GPA of 3.25 is required.
 
Model United Nations Club
The purpose of the Model United Nations Club is to promote a better understanding of the United Nations and provide the grounds for an active simulation of the United Nations. A primary goal of this organization will be to actively participate in Model United Nations conferences and tournaments.
 
Mount Union Student Athletic Training Club
The Mount Union Student Athletic Training Club helps to promote the advancement of Athletic Training to Athletic Training majors, minors, and to any interested student, faculty, and alumni outside of the Athletic Training Program.
 
Mu Phi Epsilon
A national music fraternity in the professional field with the purpose of recognizing scholarship and musicianship, this organization also strives to promote friendship within the group.  Membership is open primarily to music majors or minors, or to those students who meet the following qualifications: completed Music 110, have at least 3.0 GPA in music courses and have at least 2.0 in non-music courses.

Ohio Collegiate Music Education Association (OCMEA)
Although this organization is open to all interested students, it is of special interest to music education majors. The organization provides students with the benefits of professional association and help to foster a professional attitude.
 
Pi Mu Epsilon
Pi Mu Epsilon is a national mathematics honorary society promoting scholarly activity in mathematics among students and faculty.
 
Pi Sigma Alpha
Pi Sigma Alpha is an academic honor society for those juniors and seniors demonstrating outstanding contributions to and interest in the field of political science.
 
Pre-Health Professions Club    
The goals of the Pre-Health Professionals Club are to promote awareness and education related to any field of the health profession; provide students with knowledge of the ethics and responsibilities that they will encounter on the path to becoming health professionals; promote group communication that will prepare students for the application process, situations they will encounter in research, practice, health professional school and general hospital settings; provide students with speakers and guests from the medical and allied health fields that will educate about the health care profession; give students various opportunities to take field trips that relate to the health care professions and provide opportunities for individual students to shadow a variety of health care professionals.
 
Pre-Law Society
Pre-Law Society is an organization open to all students expressing an interest in understanding legal issues. The purpose of the organization is to provide a forum for discussion of matters pertaining to law. The organization is open to all students, not just those with a desire to attend law school.
 
Psi Chi and the Psychology Club
The purpose is to encourage, stimulate and maintain excellence in scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology.
 
Public Health Club
The purpose of the UMU PBHC shall be to educate and involve students in ways to promote healthy living to students and the community. This will involve interacting with members of the community to gain a better sense of what public health issues are facing the community, as well as professional development.
 
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)
PRSSA is established on campus to encourage the understanding of current theories and procedures in the practice of public relations; provide students of public relations with the opportunity to become acquainted not only with their peers but with professional practitioners as well; encourage students to adhere to the highest ideals and principles of the practice of public relations, and instill in them a professional attitude.
 
SHRM (Student Human Resources Managers)
SHRM provides students with the opportunity to gain knowledge and insight into the effective management of human capital in the field of Human Resource Management through affiliation with the National SHRM organization.  This is done through the exchange of work-related experience of established business professionals with the theoretical academic perspectives of student and faculty members through open forums and information exchanges.  Further, SHRM encourages the acquisition, growth and continuation of our respective careers in Human Resource Management through expanded knowledge, camaraderie, respect and mutual support among chapter members.
 
Sigma Iota Rho
The purpose of Sigma Iota Rho is to promote and reward scholarship and service among students and practitioners of international studies, international affairs, and global studies and to foster integrity and creative performance in the conduct of world affairs.
 
Sigma Tau Delta
Sigma Tau Delta is a national honor society with the purpose of rewarding and encouraging those who have realized accomplishments in the linguistics and the literature. Membership is open to English majors or minors who have completed at least three semesters with a minimum of a 3.0 GPA in English courses and who rank in the upper 35 percent of their class.
 
Society of Physics Students
Sigma Pi Sigma is a national physics honor society recognizing scholarly achievement in the study of physics. Membership is limited to students who are scholastically in the upper one-third of their class, have completed General Physics I and II and have taken at least one upper division physics course.
 
Society of Computing Students
The purpose of the Society of Computing Students shall be to promote the dissemination of information related to advances in computer science and hardware; offers opportunities to use and become familiar with a wide variety of computer software; learn about current use of computers at Mount Union by students, faculty and staff; learn about computing from professionals, alumni and other outside speakers and provides members a chance to interact with others in the department of Computer Science and Information Systems.
 
Sociology and Criminal Justice Club
The purpose of the Sociology and Criminal Justice Club shall be to encourage and promote the study of Sociology and Criminal Justice. This is accomplished through activities such as community service projects, sponsoring speakers, discussion among students and faculty and the visiting of institutions.
 
Sophomore Service  Honorary
This is a local honorary with goals including serving the community through local projects, assisting fellow students and faculty members, and promoting leadership and scholarship in the first-year class.  Membership is open to those who demonstrate the following and are elected:  dependability, integrity, service to others and a cumulative GPA of 3.0.
 
Sport Business Association
Open to all interested students, this organization gives the students managerial experience in sports settings in order to prepare them for their professional lives within the field of Sport Business.
 
Students of Health and Physical Education (SHAPE)
The purpose of SHAPE is to provide pre-professional health and physical education development opportunities to enhance skills, knowledge and professional growth. The organization provides a means for which members to meet for the purposes of communicating, growth, enjoyment, and community. Further, SHAPE provides opportunity to stimulate professional growth in its members through professional memberships, conference attendance and activities, and active involvement in club functions.
 
Students for Environmental Awareness (SEA)
SEA will provide students, faculty, staff and community members with the opportunity to work together to promote the protection of the environment, educate the public regarding environmental concerns and encourage practices that benefit the earth.
 
Student National Educators Association (SNEA)
This organization is open to all interested students but is of special interest to those who are majoring in any field of education.
 
Club Sports
Club Sports provide opportunities for students to participate in sports competitions against other colleges and universities but not at the Division III intercollegiate level.
 
Mount Union Bowling Club
The purpose of the Mount Union Bowling Club is to provide students with the opportunity to bowl in a competitive environment.
 
Mount Union Dance Team
Dance team is open to all interested students, with tryouts held each year. The purpose of this organization is to provide entertainment at home basketball games and various other events and to promote school spirit throughout the year.
Learn more about the Dance Team at www.mountunion.edu/mount-union-dance-team
 
Mount Union Ultimate Club
The Mount Union Ultimate Club is a club sport for the game of Frisbee®. This group travels and competes in local tournaments as well as against other campus Ultimate Teams. Membership is open to those interested in joining.
 
If you’re interested in starting a club sport, please contact
Kate Carnell, Director of Student Involvement and Leadership (carnelke@mountunion.edu)
Matt Parnell, Director of Recreation and Wellness (parnelma@mountunion.edu)
 
Diversity
Diversity organizations are inclusive to all students and are established to educate and celebrate the diversity on campus and in the community.  These eight organizations meet weekly under their umbrella group, The Diversity Council.
 
Association of International Students (AIS)
AIS is an organization open to all interested students with the purpose of promoting and establishing fellowship and better understanding between the international students and other members of the University of Mount Union community.
 
Association of Women Students (AWS)
Association of Women Students is a student organization that acts as a coordinating and supportive body for all women’s issues, activities and functions both on campus and in the Alliance community.  AWS offers the opportunity to participate in community service activities and stresses the positive effects that volunteering provides.  All students are welcome.
 
Black Student Union (BSU)
This organization has as its objectives to effectively communicate the special programs and needs of black students to the University authorities and student body, promote pride among students and promote and maintain the general welfare of black students at Mount Union through cultural and social programs for the entire University community.  Membership is open to all interested students of Mount Union whose primary concern is the promotion of diversity.
 
Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)
The purpose of Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) is to affirm, facilitate, celebrate, support, and create a safe and accepting environment for people of all sexual orientations and gender identities on Mount Union’s campus.  Membership is open to all interested students.
 
Hispanic Organization Latino America (HOLA)
The goal of HOLA is to educate the community on Hispanic culture and diversity on the University of Mount Union campus.
 
See the Ability, Not the Disability (STAND)
See The Ability Not a Disability (STAND) is an organization open to all students on campus.  The purpose of STAND is to raise awareness of disability issues, to educate the campus community on accessibility, and to promote an inclusive environment for all.  STAND accomplishes its mission through meetings, speakers and awareness activities.
 
Spiritual Life Leadership
This council is the programming and communication board of the religious and spiritual life groups on campus.  Spiritual Life Leadership sponsors an annual Christian music concert, coordinates activities for new students, participates in the annual Spiritual Life Fair, and offers mutual support of all spiritual and religious activities on campus.

Governing
These student organizations are considered to be “umbrella” organizations for specific groups of student organizations on campus. They make decisions and enforce policies and procedures as they relate to that set group of student organizations.
 
Interfraternity Council
The governing body of the national fraternities on campus which promotes the Greek community by maintaining harmony and cooperative spirit among fraternities.  Three representatives from each fraternity make up the Council.
 
Panhellenic Council
Panhellenic Council is the governing body of the four sororities with the purpose of fostering a spirit of cooperation and understanding of mutual concerns and interests within the Greek community. Membership consists of two representatives from each sorority.
 
Residence Hall Association (RHA)
RHA serves as a link to the administration by representing the interests of residential students and informing the students of administrative policies and decisions.  RHA provides and organizes educational, cultural, social and community service programming in order to foster community development within the residence halls.  Membership is open to Mount Union students who reside in the residence halls or campus houses.
 
Spiritual Life Leadership
This council is the programming and communication board of the religious and spiritual life groups on campus.  Spiritual Life Leadership sponsors an annual Christian music concert, coordinates activities for new students, participates in the annual Spiritual Life Fair, and offers mutual support of all spiritual and religious activities on campus.
 
Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)
This organization facilitates collaboration amongst and promotion of student-athletes on campus. The organization aims to educate about athletics through service in the community and recognize accomplishments of our student-athletes throughout the year. Membership is comprised of student-athlete representatives from all 23 varsity intercollegiate athletic teams.
 
Student Senate                 
This student government organization has as its goal to provide an effective means of communication between the student body and the University authorities.

Media
Media organizations encompass those organizations that have a communications focus.
 
Calliope
The Calliope is the college literary and art magazine with a purpose of encouraging artistic expression in literature and visual arts.  Contributions are accepted from all members of the University community with selections chosen by an editorial staff and published in an annual magazine, with support from professional judges in each category.  The Calliope is an amazing opportunity for any artist or author to shine.
 
Dynamo
The campus newspaper is published weekly during the academic year. Anyone interested in journalism may apply to work on the staff, including writers, photographers, typists, business majors and persons interested in graphic design.
 
Unonian
The Unonian is the University of Mount Union’s annual year book.  Anyone interested in photography, writing, etc. are encouraged to join the staff.
 
WRMU (91.1 FM)
The Mount Union radio station provides an opportunity for students to gain practical experience in radio production, programming, and management. Interested students do not need to be media studies majors.
 
Service and Student-Run Philanthropies
These are student organizations whose primary purpose is either community service efforts or philanthropic endeavors in the campus and surrounding community.  A majority of student organizations on campus have a service component, however these organizations have a focus on service.
 
Alpha Phi Omega (AFW)
Alpha Phi Omega is a national co-ed service fraternity that provides opportunities for campus, community, state and national service projects. Membership is open to all interested students.
 
Gamma Beta Phi (GBF)
The purpose of Gamma Beta Phi is to serve as an honor society that will recognize the work of students who excel in academics and community service.
 
Kappa Phi
A national Christian service organization for all interested women students, Kappa Phi’s purpose is to unite Christian College women in a sisterhood whose common purpose is growth through fellowship and service to both the campus and community.
 
Raider Relief
A homegrown service initiative, Raider Relief seeks to meet the needs of the surrounding Alliance community in creative and diverse ways.  Those interested in service to others should contact Raider Relief to find out more!
 
Relay For Life
The Mount Union Relay For Life program is an American Cancer Society signature program. Each year, student organizations form teams to raise money and walk toward a cure.  To learn more about the American Cancer Society, visit www.acs.org.  Mount Union’s Relay typically occurs in April each school year.
 
Sophomore Service Honorary
This is a local honorary with goals including serving the community through local projects, assisting fellow students and faculty members, and promoting leadership and scholarship in the first-year class.  Membership is open to those who demonstrate the following and are elected:  dependability, integrity, service to others and a cumulative GPA of 3.0.
 
Up ‘Til Dawn
Up ‘Til Dawn is a signature fundraiser for the St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, located in Memphis, Tennessee.  St. Jude’s pledge is to provide care for children, no matter their ability to pay for treatment.  The Up ‘Til Dawn letter writing campaign occurs each November, and a celebration of the program occurs the following February. We encourage students to form a team to write letters and stay Up ‘Til Dawn!
 
For more information, visit www.stjudes.org

Special Interest
These organizations include those student groups which have a focus that is of special interest to those who are members.
 
Choosing Healthy Options in Celebration of Educational Success (CHOICES)
The mission of CHOICES is to promote wellness, advocate responsible decision-making, raise student awareness regarding healthy lifestyles, and collaborate with other student organizations. Membership is open to all interested students.  
 
College Republicans
Open to all students, this group is interested in furthering the principles and ideas of the Republican Party. Membership is open to all interested students.
 
Greeks Advocating the Mature Management of Alcohol (GAMMA)
Open to all fraternity men and sorority women, GAMMA is a national organization providing resources for peer education for fraternity and sorority members. GAMMA offers programming in four major risk-reduction topic areas, including alcohol and impaired driving, drugs, sexual assault and sexual health. GAMMA works closely with the Office of Alcohol, Drug, and Wellness Education to educate the Greek community on these particular issues.
 
Raider Programming Board (RPB)
The mission of RPB is to provide the University community with an interesting, diverse and entertaining array of social, cultural, recreational and educational entertainment in order to promote campus unity, out-of-classroom learning, leadership experience and a safe and fun atmosphere for all students.
 
Student Alumni Association (SAA)
SAA is an extension of the University’s Office of Alumni and University Activities. SAA provides programs and services for current students to foster a connection to the University and promote understanding between Mount Union and its students – past, present and future.
 
TOMS Club
The University of Mount Union TOMS Campus Club seeks to educate the campus about worldwide child poverty as well as make change to address it. TOMS Campus Club is supported by TOMS: Shoes for Tomorrow, a California-based company founded on the notion of the one for one movement, for each pair of shoes that a person purchases, a sister pair of shoes is provided to a child in need around the world.
 
University Gaming Community
The purpose of the University Gaming Community is to create an environment of acceptance, education, development, and fun for gamers of all kinds. Members will have the opportunity to learn new games, improve skills to prepare for tournaments, expand their social network, and enjoy spending time with peers through competitive and casual gaming.
 
Spiritual
These are student organizations that serve a religious, spiritual or evangelical purpose. Each one is a member of and governed by the Spiritual Life Leadership Council.
 
Campus Crusade for Christ (Cru.)
Membership is open to students and friends of Mount Union who want to help lead others in worship.
 
The Edge                         
The Edge Bible Study provides opportunities for students to seek and enjoy the presence of God together.  In the presence of the Lord there is love, freedom, strength, joy, peace, hope, healing, comfort, purpose, righteousness, power and truth.
 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
The purpose of this organization is to present to student athletes and coaches and all whom they influence the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church.
 
For the Love of Christ the King (FLOCK)
An organization which fosters fellowship and Christian ideals amongst Catholic students and the campus community as a whole.  This organization meets to plan campus masses and other activities, including prayer meetings and special speakers.
 
Inspirational Voices of Praise (IVOP)
The purpose of IVOP is to initiate spiritual connections to many traditions, promote spiritual growth through the singing of gospel music from the African American tradition, to praise God through song, and to convey a message of unconditional love and peace. Membership is open to any interested student, faculty, staff, or community member.
 
Kappa Phi
A national Christian service organization for all interested women students, Kappa Phi’s purpose is to unite Christian College women in a sisterhood whose common purpose is growth through fellowship and service to both the campus and community.
 
Spiritual Life Leadership
This council is the programming and communication board of the religious and spiritual life groups on campus.  Spiritual Life Leadership sponsors an annual Christian music concert, coordinates activities for new students, participates in the annual Spiritual Life Fair, and offers mutual support of all spiritual and religious activities on campus.

Social
This category is our fraternity and sorority community.
 
Alpha Chi Omega (ACW)
Founded at the University in 1920, the Alpha Eta Chapter of Alpha Chi Omega is a nationally-recognized social sorority for women whose values are character, leadership, academics, personal development and financial responsibility. Membership in Alpha Chi Omega is by invitation, and women interested in joining participate in the sorority recruitment process in the fall.
 
Learn more about Alpha Chi Omega at www.alphachiomega.org
 
Alpha Delta Pi (ADP)
Founded at the University in 1948, the Gamma Theta Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi is also a nationally-recognized chapter of the sorority for women who value character, high scholastic attainment, friendship, and contributions to the campus and community. Membership in Alpha Delta Pi is by invitation and women interested in joining participate in the sorority recruitment process in the fall.
 
Learn more about Alpha Delta Pi at www.alphadeltapi.org
 
Alpha Tau Omega (ATW)
Founded at the University in 1882, the Alpha Nu Chapter is a social fraternity for men whose goals are to bind men together in brotherhood based upon eternal and immutable principles. Membership in Alpha Tau Omega is by invitation, and those interested can participate in the fall fraternity recruitment process coordinated by the IFC.
 
Learn more about Alpha Tau Omega at www.ato.org
 
Alpha Xi Delta (AXD)
Alpha Xi Delta, founded at the University in 1902, is a nationally-recognized sorority chapter for women based upon the values of friendship, lifelong learning, and pursuit of personal excellence. Membership in Alpha Xi Delta is by invitation only, and women interested in joining participate in the sorority recruitment process.
 
Learn more about Alpha Xi Delta at www.alphaxidelta.org
 
Delta Sigma Tau (DST)
Delta Sigma Tau is Mount Union’s local, social sorority, founded in 1991 on the principles of dedication, empowerment, leadership, and ambition. Membership in Delta Sigma Tau is by invitation only, and women interested in joining participate in the sorority recruitment process in the fall semester.
 
Greeks Advocating the Mature Management of Alcohol (GAMMA)
Open to all fraternity men and sorority women, GAMMA is a national organization providing resources for peer education for fraternity and sorority members. GAMMA offers programming in four major risk-reduction topic areas, including alcohol and impaired driving, drugs, sexual assault and sexual health.
 
Interfraternity Council
The governing body of the national fraternities on campus which promotes the Greek community by maintaining harmony and cooperative spirit among fraternities.  Three representatives from each fraternity make up the Council.
 
Order of Omega Honorary
A national leadership honorary recognizing outstanding junior and senior fraternity/sorority members.   New members must have a cumulative GPA above the all Greek average and are selected based upon their leadership and academic achievement within the Greek, University, and local community.  Membership is by invitation only.
 
Panhellenic Council
Panhellenic Council is the governing body of the four sororities with the purpose of fostering a spirit of cooperation and understanding of mutual concerns and interests within the Greek community.  Membership consists of two representatives from each sorority.
 
Phi Kappa Tau (FKT)
The mission of Phi Kappa Tau, a social Greek-letter organization for men, is to champion a lifelong commitment to brotherhood, learning, ethical leadership and exemplary character. Membership in Phi Kappa Tau is by invitation, and those interested can participate in the fall fraternity recruitment process coordinated by the IFC.
 
Learn more about Phi Kappa Tau at www.phikappatau.org
 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE)
The mission of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, a national, social Greek-letter organization for men, is to promote the highest standards of friendship, scholarship and service for its members based upon the ideals set forth by the founders. Membership in Sigma Alpha Epsilon is by invitation, and those interested can participate in the fall fraternity recruitment process coordinated by the IFC.
 
Learn more about Sigma Alpha Epsilon at www.sae.net
 
Sigma Nu (SN)
The men of Sigma Nu, a social Greek-letter organization, strive to believe in the life of love, to walk in the way of honor and to serve in the light of truth. Membership in Sigma Nu is by invitation, and those interested can participate in the fall fraternity recruitment process coordinated by the IFC.
 
Learn more about Sigma Nu at www.sigmanu.org

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