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Included below are the names and contact information for the student organization opportunities on campus to check out throughout the first weeks of classes. To email the president or campus advisor, simply type the last name, first name of the individual into the “To” bar of the university’s email system, and click on “check names” to populate.

Sign up for fraternity recruitment, scheduled throughout the month of September, here. To be eligible to receive a bid to join a fraternity, a first-year student must register using the link provided.

Sign up for sorority recruitment, September 17-20, here.

Instagram: umugreeklife | Twitter: @umugreeklife | Greek Life Website: www.mountunion.edu/fsl

Fraternity Life Organizations

  1. Alpha Tau Omega

    Drew Alessandro, president

    Dr. Ron Mendel, campus advisor

    Founded at the University in 1882, the Alpha Nu Chapter is a social fraternity for men whose goals are to bind men together in a brotherhood based upon eternal and immutable principles. Membership in Alpha Tau Omega is by invitation, and those interested can participate in fraternity recruitment. Learn more about Alpha Tau Omega at www.ato.org.

  2. Phi Kappa Tau

    Jack Patton, president

    Ryan Smith, campus advisor                         

    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 fraternity recruitment process coordinated by the IFC. Learn more about Phi Kappa Tau at www.phikappatau.org.

  3. Sigma Alpha Epsilon

    Bryan Davis Robey, president

    Doug Granger, campus advisor

    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 fraternity recruitment process coordinated by the IFC.  Learn more about Sigma Alpha Epsilon at www.sae.net.

  4. Sigma Nu

    Brandon Mazzei, president 

    Dr. Mark Himmelein, campus advisor

    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 fraternity recruitment process coordinated by the IFC. Learn more about Sigma Nu at www.sigmanu.org.

Sorority Life Organizations

  1. Alpha Chi Omega

    Aleya Mims, president

    Dr. Melissa Askren-Edgehouse, campus advisor

    Instagram: axoalphaeta | Twitter: @axo_umu

    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.

  2. Alpha Delta Pi | 📹

    Lauren Samsa, president

    Marci Muckleroy, campus advisor

    Instagram: adpiumu | Twitter: @ADPiGammaTheta

    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 Delta Pi Welcome Video

  3. Alpha Xi Delta | 📹

    Amy Pfeister, president

    Dr. Kristine Turko, campus advisor

    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.

    Alpha Xi Delta Welcome Video

  4. Delta Sigma Tau

    Alyson Kantor, president

    Holly Lucas, campus advisor

    Delta Sigma Tau is Mount Union’s local, social sorority, founded in 1990 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.

Additional Opportunities in Fraternity and Sorority Life

  1. Greeks Advocating the Mature Management of Alcohol (GAMMA)

    Robert Boyer, president

    Kelleen Weber, campus advisor

    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.

  2. Interfraternity Council

    Walter Sterling, president

    Dr. Katherine Carnell, campus advisor

    IFC is the governing body of the national fraternities on campus that promotes the Greek community by maintaining harmony and cooperative spirit among fraternities.  Two representatives from each fraternity make up the Council.

  3. Order of Omega Greek-Letter Society

    Britt Kolek, president

    Klaire Mathews, campus advisor

    A national leadership honorary recognizing outstanding junior and senior fraternity or 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.

  4. Panhellenic Council

    Maggie Craig, president

    Dr. Katherine Carnell, campus advisor

    Klaire Mathews, campus advisor

    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.