Interfraternity Council Fraternities on GT Campus

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The Interfraternity Council Fraternity (IFC) is the governing board for 30 inter/national fraternities on Georgia Tech's campus. The mission of the IFC is to improve the overall quality of the Greek life by promoting the Greek community within Georgia Tech and the Atlanta area and unifying individual chapters to build a strong Greek community. The responsibities of the IFC include organizing fall and spring rush, educating pledge classes on the issues of alcohol and hazing, and monitoring social functions at fraternity houses. [2]

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Alpha Epsilon Pi

Alpha Epsilon Pi is also known as A.E.Pi . The Zeta Chapter of A.E.Pi has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1920. It is the nation’s largest Jewish fraternity and the only Jewish fraternity on Georgia Tech’s campus. A.E.Pi is very active on Tech’s campus, hosts many social events, and has numerous philanthropic activities to give back to the community. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity. [3]
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The Greek Alphabet [4]


Alpha Tau Omega

Alpha Tau Omega is also known as ATO. The Beta Iota Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega has been present on Georgia Tech’s community since 1888. ATO is coined as a national leadership fraternity. The brothers of ATO are also very active on campus and plan numerous social and philanthropic events throughout the school year. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity.[5]

Beta Theta Pi

Beta Theta Pi is also known as Beta. The Gamma Eta Chapter of Beta Theta Pi has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1917. Recently Beta has had the overall highest GPA among fraternities in the Spring of 2007. They have also won the Dean Dull award 26 of the past 30 years. Beta is also very involved in school activities and social events. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity.[6]


Chi Phi

The Omega Chapter of Chi Phi has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1904. Chi Phi is a very social and outgoing and is also successful in intramural sports. They have put on a couple of food drives during the school year to collect canned food for the Atlanta Food Bank. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity. [7]

Chi Psi

The Alpha Iota Delta Chapter of Chi Psi has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1924. Chi Psi was the first fraternity established around the social aspects of brotherhood and this chapter remains a very close-knit group. Chi Psi members had a 3.0 GPA average in the fall of 2007 and strive for academic excellence. Chi Psi are also very active on campus and had a philanthropic event were they raised over $1000 for Relay for Life. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity. [8]

Delta Chi

The Georgia Tech Chapter of Delta Chi has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1991. Delta Chi was the IFC Dean Dull award winner for 2006. Delta Chi has also earned the highest fraternity GPA on Georgia Tech’s campus for the past seven years. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity. [9]


Delta Sigma Phi

Delta Sigma Phi is also known as Delta Sig. The Alpha Gamma Chapter of Delta Sigma Chi has been present on Georgia Tech’s Campus since 1920. Delta Sigma is a very diverse fraternity. They also won the Pyramid of Excellence award three of the past five years, which is given to the top Delta Sig chapters nationwide. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity.[10]


Delta Tau Delta

Delta Tau Delta is also known as Delt. The Gamma Psi Chapter of Delta Tau Delta has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1921. Delts have a very active roll on Georgia Tech’s campus. They are active in Georgia Tech’s activities, intramurals, club sport teams, and also have very busy social calendar during the school year. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity.[11]


Delta Upsilon

Delta Upsilon is also known as D.U. The Georgia Tech Chapter has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1957. All of D.U.’s meetings and rituals are open for anyone to come and observe. D.U. pride themselves on being a diverse social organization open to men of all backgrounds and walks of life. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity. [12]

Kappa Alpha Order

Kappa Alpha Order is also known as K.A. The Alpha Sigma Chapter of K.A. has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1899. K.A. is rooted in Southern tradition and strives to carry on the principles of a true gentlemen. K.A. also has one of the highest GPA’s among fraternities on campus, excel in intramurals, and have multiple philanthropic and social events. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity. [13]

Kappa Sigma

Kappa Sigma is also known as Kappa Sig. The Alpha Tau Chapter of Kappa Sigma has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1895. Kappa Sig has a very active social schedule, excels in intramural sports, is involved in Georgia Techs campus and has several philanthropic projects every semester. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity.[14]


Lambda Chi Alpha

Lambda Chi Alpha is also known as Lambda Chi. The Beta Kappa Zeta Chapter of Lambda Chi has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1942. At the Lambda Chi house you will find a very diverse group of men. There are athletes, Dean List students, musicians, artists, and dozens of campus leaders. Lambda Chi also has an incredible social calendar and encourages service. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity. [15]


Phi Delta Theta

Phi Delta Theta is also known as Phi Delt. The Georgia Delta Chapter has been present on Georgia Tech’s Campus since 1902. Phi Delt prides itself in being a fraternity that provides an environment that encourages scholarship while simultaneously giving its members a chance to escape the stresses of being a college student. Phi Delt is also involved in many Georgia Tech activities and is very dominant in intramurals. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity.[16]

Phi Gamma Delta

Phi Gamma Delta is also known as Fiji or Phi Gam. The Gamma Tau Chapter has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1926. Fiji is very active on campus, dominates in intramurals, and also has a very busy social calendar. Fiji won Dean Dull in 2010 and also won the Philanthropy trophy for their community service. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity.[17]


Phi Kappa Psi

Phi Kappa Psi is also known as Phi Psi. The Georgia Beta Chapter has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 2000. Phi Psi is the newest initiated chapter on the campus. They have had the seconds best GPA in 2006 among fraternities and also won the Summa Cum Laude award from their internationals in 2007. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity. [18]


Phi Kappa Sigma

Phi Kappa Sigma is also known as Phi Kap. The Alpha Nu Chapter has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1904. Phi Kap has brothers from different cultures, countries, and walks of life who each add something to the fraternity. Phi Kap also host an annual Oozeball (mud volleyball) tournament in the spring to raise money for Leukemia and Lymphoma. Their chapter webstie has more information on this fraternity. [19]


Phi Kappa Tau

Phi Kappa Tau is also known as Phi Tau. The Alpha Rho Chapter has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1929. Phi Tau recently won first place in Homecoming overall and is also active in intramurals. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity. [20]


Phi Kappa Theta

Phi Kappa Theta is also known as Phi Kap. The Gamma Tan Chapter has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1969. Phi Kap strive for excellence in school while at the same time form strong fraternal bonds with all of the brothers. Brothers of Phi Kap also participate in philanthropic events. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity.[21]


Phi Sigma Kappa

Phi Sigma Kappa is also known as Phi Sig. The Kappa Deuteron Chapter has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1923. The brothers of Phi Sigma Kappa are a diverse group of men, striving to meet the goals of our cardinal principles of brotherhood, scholarship, and character. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity.[22]


Pi Kappa Alpha

Pi Kappa Alpha is also known as Pike. The Alpha Delta Chapter has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1904. Pike consistently is near the top of overall fraternity intramural sports and also has brothers who are on full or partial academic scholarships. Pikes also lead a very busy social calendar. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity.[23]


Pi Kappa Phi

Pi Kappa Theta is also known as Pi Kapp. The Iota Chapter has been present on Georgia Tech’s Campus since 1913. Phi Kapp has over 50% of the brothers on the Dean’s list in the spring of 2010. Phi Kapp also participates in numerous intramurals and has a very busy social calendar. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity. [24]

Psi Upsilon

Psi Upsilon is also known as Psi U. The Gamma Tau Chapter has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1970. Psi U is a small, close knit brotherhood that allows each member to make a real difference and has goals of friendship and service. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity. [25]

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Sigma Alpha Epsilon is also known as S.A.E. The Georgia Phi Chapter has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1890. S.A.E. believes that being truly successful in college and later life requires a balance between academics, leadership, athletics, and gentlemanly conduct. They pride themselves on being strong in all four areas. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity.[26]


Sigma Chi

The Beta Psi Chapter has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1922. Sigma Chi brothers focus on academics, social involvement, and brotherhood. They also participate in intramurals and have philanthropic events in the spring. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity. [27]


Sigma Nu

The Gamma Alpha Chapter has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1896. Sigma Nu provides its brothers with a socially enhanced experience. They are also committed to giving back to the community through community service and by holding leadership positions in Georgia Tech’s activities. Sigma Nu also has its own private pool. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity.[28]


Sigma Phi Epsilon

Sigma Phi Epsilon is also known as Sig Ep. The Georgia Alpha Chapter has been present on Georgia Tech’s Campus since 1907. Sig Eps are encouraged to develop themselves as men through campus involvement, attending cultural events and planning brotherhood events. Sig Ep also offers scholarship for all incoming males. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity. [29]


Tau Kappa Epsilon

Tau Kappa Epsilon is also known as TKE. The Beta Pi Chapter has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1948. TKEs foster lifelong friendships through the mental, moral, and social development of men. They also lead an active role in Georgia Tech activities and participate in philanthropic events throughout the school year. They recently were Greek Week Champions in 2006. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity.[30]


Theta Chi

The Alpha Nu Chapter has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1923. Theta Chi has a strong present on campus through leadership, success, and scholarship. They also are very active in Greek Week, winning it three out of the last four years. Theta Chi also has over 1,000 hours of philanthropy each semester. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity. [31]


Theta Xi

The Beta Alpha Chapter has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 1951. Theta Xi is always looking for brothers to invest in their brothers as well as campus. They have numerous leadership positions in Georgia Techs activities. They also had over 5000 hours of community service in 2005-2006. The bothers of Theta Xi also have a GPA that is consistently .2 points better than the all male GPA at Georgia Tech. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity.[32]


Zeta Beta Tau

Zeta Beta Tau is also known as Z.B.T. The Xi Colony has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 2003. Z.B.T. has no pledge process or probation period. Z.B.T. often has brotherhood retreat weekends, social events, intramural games, home football game block seating, beach weekend retreats, homecoming events and festivities, and philanthropy events. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity.[33]

Sigma Pi

The Sigma Pi Georgia Tech Colony has been present on Georgia Tech’s campus since 2007. Sigma Pi is the newest social fraternity on campus and offers the unique opportunity to become a founding father for this chapter. They are active in philanthropy, scholarship, social development, intramural sports, and brotherhood bonding. Their chapter website has more information on this fraternity. [34]

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