Greek Life Organizations

Information on the Greek Recruitment Policy can be found here.

Below are a list of the Greek Life Organizations:

  • Kappa Sigma Fraternity
  • Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity

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Alpha Phi Omega - National Service Fraternity

Purpose: “It is the vision of Alpha Phi Omega to be the premier, inclusive, campus-based, leadership development organization through the provision of service to others and the creation of community.”

Mission Statement: “Alpha Phi Omega teaches through the principles of Leadership, Friendship and Service that we are architects of our own ambitions and that each of us has the opportunity to develop ourselves to be whatever we seek to be.” 

The Fraternity has established four fields of service in which chapters are involved in:

  • Service to the Campus
  • Service to the Community
  • Service to the Nation
  • Service to the Fraternity

Partners in Service: 

  • Relay for Life - American Cancer Society
  • 4H
  • America’s Promise Alliance 
  • Boy Scouts of America
  • Big Brother Big Sisters
  • Camp Fire USA
  • Global Youth Service Day - Youth Service America
  • Girl Scouts of the United States
  • Special Olympics 
  • Events: 
  • Red Cross and ConnectLife Blood Drives
  • Chautauqua County Foster Care Christmas Party 
  • National Service Week
  • Winter Clothing Drive
  • Wellness Week - week focused on bringing awareness to mental health 
  • Annual participation in Relay for Life
  • Annual participation in Walk to end Alzheimers 
  • Annual participation in Safe Halloween
  • Annual participation in Fll Sweep 
  • Annual participation in Feeding Fredonia

Alpha Psi Lambda


Alpha Psi Lambda Fraternity

Alpha Psi Lambda is a co-ed, Latino-interest social fraternity. 

Mission Statement: The mission statement of Alpha Psi Lambda emphasizes the importance we place on academics, diversity, and community involvement: "To promote continued personal and collective growth of our membership, success and unity through education, leadership, cultural awareness and community service."

Motto: “Together We Shall Seek The Noblest”

Purpose: The Eight Purposes are the foundation of Alpha Psi Lambda. These are the basis for the achievements that each member strives to fulfill:

  • Serve the university campus and community.
  • Bring forth on a scholastic level, Hispanics/Latinos and others at the university on the basis of friendship.
  • Provide a supplementary educational, social, and cultural experience for the mutual cultivation of its members.
  • Advocate for the needs and concerns of the Hispanic/Latino students.
  • Promote a basis for the diversity of the Hispanic/Latino cultures.
  • Enhance the educational experience through social and cultural activities, and assist in the development of members' leadership abilities.
  • Promote inter-fraternity relations.
  • Foster positive relations between the Greek system, University/College Administration, and the outside community.


  • Boys and Girls Club of America
  • Dunkirk City Schools District
  • Annual Events:
  • Participation in Latinos Unidos’ “Hispanic Heritage Month” events.
  • La Fiesta (Bi-Annual)
  • Fall Sweep
  • Relay For Life
  • Point Gratiot Beach Clean Up
  • Founders Week Celebration

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The Delta Chi Fraternity

Mission Statement: Our mission is to promote friendship, develop character, and assist in the acquisition of a sound education.


  • The Jimmy V Foundation for Cancer Research
  • Volunteer Work & Community Service:
  • Dunkirk Camp & Conference Center’s “Halloween Happening”
  • The American Cancer Society’s “Relay for Life”
  • The Lion’s Club “White Cane Drive”
  • The Boys & Girls Club of America
  • Fall Sweep
  • St. Columbian’s on the Lake Retirement Home
  • Beach Clean-Up
  • Friendly Kitchen


  • Miss Delta Chi
  • Pie a Delta Chi
  • Chicken for a Cure
  • The Jimmy V 3 on 3

Delta Phi Epsilon


Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority

Mission Statement: Delta Phi Epsilon is a sorority of women dedicated to a lifetime of sisterhood and the development of all members through a commitment to excellence." Delta Phi Epsilon develops a social consciousness and a commitment to think and act for the greater good. We assure continuous development and achievement for women by embracing our founding principles of Justice, Sisterhood, and Love.


  • The National Association for Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD)
  • Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF)
  • Lupus Foundation of America
  • Delta Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation


  • Volley for Kaity for the Lupus Foundation
  • ANAD week - spread awareness for eating disorders and support a healthy body image
  • Deepher Dude - a male talent competition to benefit CFF
  • Adopt A Highway each semester
  • Annual participation in Relay for Life
  • Buffalo Breast Cancer walk each October

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Sigma Gamma Phi - Arethusa Sorority

Purpose: The purpose of Sigma Gamma Phi is to develop and maintain friendships, preserve the heritage of Arethusa, and achieve the highest level of accomplishment by:

  • Supporting all of our member’s goals and ideals as a means to develop and strengthen their character.
  • Promoting superior scholarship as a basis to intellectual achievement. 
  • Participating in community service activities to leave an ongoing positive impact on the world around us. 
  • Collaborating with other organizations in order to encourage fellowship and strengthen ties amongst the campus community.


  • March of Dimes 
  • Susan G Komen for the Cure
  • Hope Scholarship: We also work as a sorority to raise money for sisters in financial need in honor of our eternal sister, Hope Antz.


  • Making Strides Breast Cancer Walks 
  • March of Dimes Walks
  • Fall Sweep
  • Annual “Fred Fest” Cleanup
  • Walk to End Alzheimers
  • Lakeshore Humane Society Adoption Days
  • Relay for Life
  • Bald for Bucks
  • Annual Hope Event

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Sigma Kappa Sorority 


  • The purpose of Sigma Kappa Sorority is to provide women lifelong opportunities and support for social, intellectual, and spiritual development by bringing women together to positively impact our communities. Specifically, our sorority is bound by a promise to our values: personal growth, friendship, loyalty, and service. Members are bound by this promise to be the best person they can be, to demonstrate sisterhood and friendship throughout life, to model service and leadership in their communities, especially within Sigma Kappa, and to remain loyal to Sigma Kappa and to live its values in all that they do. 


  • Sigma Kappa Foundation 
  • Inherit the Earth
  • Gerontology 
  • Maine Seacoast Mission
  • Alzheimer’s Association 


  • Annual participation in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s 
  • Ultra Violet Event for the Sigma Kappa Foundation 
  • Monthly visits to WCA Home in Fredonia 
  • Adopt a Highway cleanups in Fredonia 
  • Jammin’ for Jessa - fundraiser for a sister we lost due to Brain Cancer 
  • Week of Giving - a week in November dedicated to bettering the local community 
  • Respect Week - a Sigma Kappa movement to strengthen the bonds of sisterhood and condemn hazing 


Panhellenic Council


Panhellenic Council

  • “Advancing the Sorority Experience Together”


  • The Panhellenic Council is the governing body of sororal life on campus. It is our mission to promote and advance the common interest of sorority women, foster inter-sorority relationships, and in general benefit the sorority experience on the Fredonia State campus.


  • Fall Formal Recruitment

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