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1 Fraternity Life

2 Fraternity The Key to Brotherhood Fraternities offer social opportunities, campus activities, recognition, leadership skills, and most importantly offer brotherhood. Brotherhood is an intangible feeling which is difficult to describe because it means something different to each man. When you are a member of a fraternity you participate, contribute, work and lead. You ll learn and practice the skills you need to be successful after college. When you become a member, you will find support, encouragement and motivation and will grow as an individual.

3 what s i n s i d e 2 about greek life 3 social responsibility 4 terms to know 6 quotes from parents 7 greek life fact sheet 8 alpha epsilon pi - ΑΕΠ 8 beta sigma psi - ΒΣΨ 9 delta tau delta - Τ 9 delta sigma phi - ΣΦ 10 kappa alpha order - ΚΑ 10 kappa sigma - ΚΣ 11 lambda chi alpha - ΛΧΑ 11 phi kappa theta - ΦΚΘ 12 pi kappa alpha - ΠΚΑ 12 pi kappa phi - ΠΚΦ 13 sigma chi - ΣΧ 13 sigma nu - ΣΝ 14 sigma phi epsilon - ΣΦΕ 14 sigma pi - ΣΠ 15 sigma tau gamma - ΣΤΓ 15 tau kappa epsilon - ΤΚΕ 16 theta xi - ΘΞ 16 triangle - T 17 bids 17 timeline 18 recruitment 101 w/questions 20 fraternities and sororities letter from IFC president Congratulations on your acceptance to Missouri S&T! This is not only a great accomplishment, but also a great opportunity. During your time here at Missouri S&T there will be numerous chances to get involved in activities outside the classroom. I took the opportunity to join a fraternity my freshman year and since then I have made great friends, held several leadership positions on campus, and continue to succeed academically. Greek Life has made my experience here memorable and will continue to benefit me long after I leave Missouri S&T. So ask yourself: Do you want to get as much out of college as possible? Do you want life-long friendships? Do you want to be a leader? If you answered yes to these questions, Greek Life might be for you. I recommend that you take the time to visit as many fraternities as possible and learn what each organization has to offer. Tour the houses that interest you and get to know the individual members; they might become your brothers someday. The more informed decision you make, the more rewarding your college experience will be. I encourage you to look into Greek Life and see all the benefits it can provide for you, from scholarship to leadership and service to brotherhood. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Tiffany Kroeze (Missouri S&T Greek Advisor, any member of the Interfraternity Council or myself. Finally I wish you the best of luck at Missouri S&T and hope to see you on campus as a member of the Greek Community! Fraternally, Josh Parks Interfraternity Council President 1

4 about greek life 2

5 social The Greek system provides its members with many social events. Each year Fraternities participate in Greek Week, Greek Sing, St. Pat s and Homecoming. On regular weekends, fraternities often host social events that are open to all members of the Greek community. This is the opportunity to expand friendships between other houses. At Missouri S&T, fraternities strive to provide a well-rounded education which includes active social interaction. responsibility risk management Each Chapter follows a social policy developed by its inter/national organization in addition to the policy developed by the Panhellenic Association and Interfraternity Council. The Interfraternity Council is committed to helping the fraternities maintain a safe and responsible social environment. anti-hazing Hazing is outlawed by the Missouri University of Science and Technology and the Interfraternity Council. All members of the campus community share the responsibility to challange and make known to the University and the Interfraternity Council any acts that appear to be hazing. 3

6 Leadership Greeks are well represented in numerous campus organizations including honorary, professional, social and service societies. Greek students make up less than 30% of the campus population but hold more than 40% of the leadership positions within the 200 student organizations. At Missouri S&T, fraternities realize that education is extremely important and encourage members to strive for academic excellence. Fraternities can ease the shock of transitioning from high school to college by providing quiet hours for all members and "help sessions" for freshmen. Many chapters scholarship chairmen are elected to review members grades to insure they are meeting the academic standards. Academics Philanthropy The Greek community believes the commitment to the community is important and that service brings out the best in everyone. At Missouri S&T, Greek organizations have made significant donations of time and money to Prevent Child Abuse America Children s Hospital, Girl Scouts, Susan B. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, MDA, United Way, Red Cross, Russell House Battered Women s Shelter, Make-A-Wish Foundation, and Big Brothers, Big Sisters. The Greek community donated 3,871 hours of community service and over $16,000. 4

7 greek alphabet terms to know ΑAlpha (al-fah) ΒBeta (bay-tah) Γ Gamma (gam-ah) ACTIVE or INITIATE A fully initiated member of a fraternity who is currently enrolled in college. ALUMNI (plural) or ALUMNUS (singular) An initiated fraternity member who has graduated from college. Delta (del-tah) Ε Epsilon (ep-si-lon) ΖZeta (zay-tah) BID A formal invitation to join a fraternity. BROTHER A term used by initiated members of a fraternity when referring to each other. CHAPTER The local collegiate group of an inter/national fraternity. ΗEta (ay-tah) Κ Kappa (cap-ah) ΝNu (new) ΠPi (pie) ΤTau (taw) XChi (kie) ΘTheta (thay-tah) Λ Lambda (lamb-da) ΞXi (zie) or (zee) PRho (row) Υ Upsilon (oop-si-lon) ΨPsi (sigh) Ι Iota (eye-o-tah) ΜMu (mew) Ο Omicron (om-i-cron) Σ Sigma (sig-mah) ΦPhi (fie) or (fee) Ω Omega (o-may-gah) FRATERNITY A Greek-letter organization for men. GREEK A student who is a member of a social fraternity or sorority. INITIATION The formal ceremony marking the transition from new member status to full membership. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL (IFC) The central governing and servicing body for all National Interfraternal Conference fraternities at Missouri S&T. LEGACY A prospective member whose grandfather, father, brother, or uncle is an alumnus or undergraduate member of a fraternity. NEW/ASSOCIATE MEMBER or PLEDGE A person who has not yet taken the full initiation vows of a fraternity. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL The central governing and servicing body of all National Panhellenic Conference sororities at Missouri S&T. PHILANTHROPY A community service and/or fund-raising project sponsored by a fraternity and/or sorority. PROSPECTIVE MEMBER An unaffiliated man of college or younger interested in fraternity membership. RECRUITMENT The mutual selection process of prospective fraternity members for chapter membership. SORORITY A Greek-letter organization for women, also referred to as a women s fraternity. 5

8 Quotes From Parents "I am confident in knowing that if my son was in need of anything there would be several brothers there to help." "The outreach experiences my sons have encountered are second to none. They are constantly working on projects to help others in need, while having fun with one another." "It has definitely enhanced his college experience, as well as giving him life long friends they will consider family as they venture out into their adult lives." "I proudly wear my Greek Life Parent s Club shirt and I often get questioning looks from other moms and dads. Little do they realize how critical this fraternity has been to my son s success." 6

9 greek life fact sheet Number of Fraternities Average Chapter Size (men s) Average Greek House Capacity Average Chapter Capacity Average Chapter Room/Board per semester* $1,943 *including a weekly meal plan TOTAL AVERAGE COST (Greeks) $2,400/semester *including room/board, weekly mean plan, parking AVERAGE COST IN RESIDENETIAL COLLEGE* $4,358/semester *cheapest meal plan, cheapest room AVERAGE COST IN THOMAS JEFFERSON HALL* $3,878/semester *cheapest meal plan, cheapest room Over 75% of the U.S. Congress are Greek Over 85% of Fortune 500 executives Since 1845, all but six U.S. Presidents have been Greek 7

10 ΑΕΠ Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity: Alpha Epsilon Pi Chapter: Nu Deuteron Chapter Size: 19 Address: 4 Fraternity Dr. - Rolla, Missouri Phone number: Website: aepi.mst.edu Rush Chairman Contact: Kamireon Douglas Scholarships available to incoming freshmen: $500/$1000/$1500 for all freshman getting a 2.75/3.0/3.5 or better GPA. Additional $500 for the pledge with the best GPA. National Philanthropy: Gift of Life Bone Marrow Foundation, Shaare Zebek Children s Hospital Colors: Gold & Blue A Few Interesting Facts about Alpha Epsilon Pi: We are a small house whose benefits include a tight community, numerous leadership opportunities, an alumni owned house, and networking between the alumni and brothers. Currently one of the cheapest fraternities on campus, with 24-hour kitchen and fully customizable living spaces. Campus involvement is important to the house with a high percentage of brothers participating in campus organizations, intramurals, as well as being competitive in Greek Week and St. Pat s, including winning St. Pat s 12 of the last 16 years. ΒΣΨ Fraternity: Beta Sigma Psi Chapter: Eta Chapter Size: 50 Members Address: 2 Fraternity Dr. - Rolla, MO Phone number: Website: Rush Chairman Contact: Nathan Leezer (636) Scholarships available to incoming freshmen: 1,000 dollar scholarship available to incoming Lutheran Freshmen National Philanthropy: Habitat for Humanity Colors: Cardinal Red and White A Few Interesting Facts about Beta Sigma Psi: 1st Place St. Pats 2010 National Lutheran Fraternity 100% fulltime job placement upon graduation Beta Sigma Psi 8

11 Fraternity: Delta Sigma Phi Chapter: Delta Epsilon Chapter Size: 50 Address: 215 W 8th St - Rolla, Missouri Phone number: See Rush Chairman Contact Website: Rush Chairman Contact: Nate Dowd, (816) Scholarships available to incoming freshmen: Delta Sigma Phi Building Better Men Scholarship Two $500 scholarships will be awarded to incoming male freshmen. National Philanthropy: American Red Cross Colors: Nile Green and White A Few Interesting Facts about Delta Sigma Phi: Our chapter was awarded the Pyramid of Excellence from Delta Sigma Phi National Headquarters as one of the Top 5 Delta Sigma Phi chapters in The Delta Sig House is only two years old. ΣΦ Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity: Delta Tau Delta Chapter: Epsilon Nu Chapter Size: 29 Address: 2631 Vienna rd. - Rolla, Missouri Phone number: Website: rolladelts.org Rush Chairman Contact: Tim National Philanthropy: Adopt-A-School Program Colors: Purple and Gold Chapter GPA (Fall '10): Scholarships available to incoming freshman: We have a local scholarship and National scholarships. 5 interesting facts about Delta Tau Delta: 1. Located on 6.5 acres of land in a residential neighborhood. 2. All members do the same amount of work, freshman through seniors, and there is a strict No-Hazing policy. 3. Strong brotherhood among active members and plenty of alumni are actively engaged. 4. Full time cook, ample parking, and a many recreational activities. 5. We hold an annual Haunted Maze event that raises over a thousand dollars for a local charity. Τ Delta Tau Delta 9

12 ΚΑ Kappa Alpha Order Fraternity: Kappa Alpha Order Chapter: Beta Alpha Chapter Chapter Size: 47 Address: 1 Fraternity Dr. - Rolla, Missouri Website: Rush Chairman Contact: Jason Sabo (618) Freshman Scholarships: Last fall, there were a total of 27 scholarships handed out amounting to over $27,000 at our annual Homecoming banquet. Many of these alumni-funded scholarships are available to freshmen that apply. The Gentelman Scholarships for $500. National Philanthropy: Muscular Dystrophy Association Colors: Crimson and Old Gold A Few Interesting Facts about Kappa Alpha Order: We are an Order, meaning that we are a fraternity assembled with the pre-existing like ideals of a Kappa Alpha member such as chivalry, gentlemanly conduct, and excellence, which is why we require a unanimous vote to extend a bid to a potential new member. Our house has its own tennis / basketball court behind the parking lot that was generously donated by alumni and is used to host such events as the annual dodgeball tournament. ΚΣ Fraternity: Kappa Sigma Chapter: Beta Chi Chapter Size: 82 Address: 1701 White Columns Drive - Rolla, Missouri Website: Rush Chairman Contact: Dylan Chorice, Scholarships available to incoming freshmen: $1000 National Philanthropy: Fisher House Foundation Colors: Scarlet, White, and Emerald Green A Few Interesting Facts about Kappa Sigma: The Kappa Sigma Fraternity is the oldest and largest Fraternity in the world. The Beta Chi Chapter currently has 82 members The Beta Chi Chapter will be moving into a beautifully renovated chapter house for the 2011 school year. Kappa Sigma has initiated more than 245,000 men on college campuses throughout the United States and Canada. Kappa Sigma 10

13 Fraternity: Lambda Chi Alpha Chapter: Alpha Delta Zeta Chapter Size: 56 Address: 1705 N. Pine St. - Rolla, Missouri Phone number: Website: alphadeltazeta.org Rush Chairman Contact: Alex Gibbs, Scholarships available to incoming freshmen: We offer a $1,000 scholarship to all new initiates and 2 Bertelsmeyer scholarships to freshman worth $2,500 renewable for four years National Philanthropy: North American Food Drive Colors: Purple, Green, Gold A Few Interesting Facts about Phi Kappa Theta: The first fraternity to eliminate pledging in the early 1970s, and it remains a leader in the fight against hazing, alcohol abuse, drugs, and other challenges facing today's college student Some famous alumni include - Harry S. Truman (president), Kenny Chesney (singer), William Rasmussen (founder of ESPN), Christopher Klein (actor), Mark Brunell (quaterback), and Thomas Akers (astronaut/ MS&T professor). ΛΧΑ Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity: Phi Kappa Theta Chapter: Missouri Mu Chapter Size: 63 Address: 707 N State Street - Rolla, MO Phone number: Website: Rush Chairman Contact: Robert Eglinton, , Scholarships available to incoming freshmen: New Associate Member Scholarship, New Initiate Scholarship, 4.0 GPA Scholarship, Brain Burford Memorial Scholarship, Academic Excellence Award, Excellence in Leadership Award National Philanthropy: Movember supporting Livestrong and The Prostate Cancer Foundation Colors: White, Gold, Cardinal A Few Interesting Facts about Phi Kappa Theta: Ranked top five highest GPA amongst fraternities for past three consecutive semesters with an average GPA higher than that of the All Men's GPA 11 time winner of the Phi Kappa Theta National Founder s Cup. This is the highest honor for a Phi Kappa Theta chapter, and we have been awarded this honor more than any other chapter. All active members are involved in a campus organization some of which include; SUB, Stuco, IFC, St. Pats, Engineers Without Borders, along with multiple honor societies and engineering societies. ΦΚΘ Phi Kappa Theta 11

14 ΠΚΑ Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity: Pi Kappa Alpha Chapter: Alpha Kappa Chapter Size: 115 Address: 613 W. 9th Street - Rolla, MO Phone number: 1 (573) Website: Rush Chairman Contact: Brian Vanbooven, Scholarships available to incoming freshmen: Multiple $500 scholarships available to incoming freshmen who qualify. National Philanthropy: Backpack Program Colors: Garnet and Old Gold A Few Interesting Facts about Pi Kappa Alpha: Won the intramural sports championship amongst fraternities past 8 years. All-house GPA above all-fraternity and all-men s GPA, $80,000 given in scholarships to active members annually. Newest and largest fraternity house on campus which includes different living options available including two man rooms, three man rooms, four man split rooms, and two man suite rooms ΠΚΦ Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity: Pi Kappa Phi Chapter: Gamma Lambda Chapter size: 31 Address: 1704 N. Pine Rolla MO, Phone number: (573) Website: Rush Chairmen contact: Nathan Morris, National Philanthropy: Push America ( Colors: White and Gold Scholarships available to incoming freshmen: Joshua Steele Memorial Scholarship - $500 Five interesting facts about your chapter (keep them interesting): Chapter house is unique and has a home feel. Our chapter is nationally recognized in the areas of new member education and sound chapter operations. Our chapter was 2nd in service hours in the entire national organization last semester. 12

15 Fraternity: Sigma Chi Chapter: Theta Eta Chapter size: 35 Address: 1310 N. Pine St. - Rolla, MO Phone number: (573) Website: mstsigs.com. Rush Chair: Colton West Begley, , Pro Consul's number: Scholarships available to incoming freshmen: Awards for highest pledge GPA. Colors: Blue and Old Gold, National Philanthropy: The Children's Miracle Network and the Huntsman Cancer Institute which we support annually through a week long event known as Derby Days to raise money. Five interesting facts about Sigma Chi: One of the closest fraternities to campus Many opportunities for leadership in the chapter as well as nationally Sigma Chi was the first Greek-letter society to be honored by the United States Congress for the fraternity's 150th anniversary ΣΧ Sigma Chi Fraternity: Sigma Nu Chapter: Gamma Xi Chapter Size: 55 Address: 205 East 12th Street - Rolla, MO Phone number: (573) Website: Rush Chairman Contact: Nick Whisler, Scholarships available to incoming freshmen: Karl Hasselman Scholarship Colors: Black and Gold A Few Interesting Facts about Sigma Nu: Second place overall in intramurals last semester. 10th place overall GPA The house has great brotherhood and social events frequently. ΣΝ Sigma Nu 13

16 ΣΦΕ Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity: Sigma Phi Epsilon Chapter: MO Gamma Chapter Size: 71 Address: Sigma Phi Epsilon 801 N. Park St. Rolla, Missouri Phone number: Website: Rush Chairman Contact: Karl Dachroeden, Scholarships available to incoming freshmen: Balanced Man Scholarship National Philanthropy: Youth Aids Colors: Purple and Red A Few Interesting Facts about Sigma Phi Epsilon: Nationally, we have the most members, highest grades, and highest freshmen retention rate. Our nationals hold yearly conferences to boost leadership skills in the chapter We are a non-pledging, non-hazing house. Our award-winning Balanced Man Program emphasizes Leadership, Academics, Athletics, and Social Brotherhood. A $1.5 Million renovation on our chapter house will be completed in July. ΣΠ Fraternity: Sigma Pi Chapter: Alpha Iota Chapter Size: 42 As Of Spring 2011 Address: Sigma Pi 206 E 12th St. Rolla, Missouri Phone number: Website: Rush Chairman Contact: Mac Lamken, Scholarships available to incoming freshmen: $100,000+ Per Year Available National Philanthropy: Samantha Spady Alcohol Awareness Project Colors: Purple and Gold Sigma Pi A Few Interesting Facts about Sigma Pi: 2nd House On Campus, 3rd in Greek Week 14

17 Fraternity: Sigma Tau Gamma Chapter: Alpha Omega Chapter Size: 28 Address: 5 Fraternity Dr. Rolla, Missouri Phone number: Website: sigtau.mst.edu Rush Chairman Contact: Kevin Stewart, Sam Thebeau Scholarships available to incoming freshmen: None National Philanthropy: Books for Kids Colors: Blue and White A Few Interesting Facts about Sigma Tau Gamma: Each member is involved in at least two organizations on campus Recently celebrated 50th Anniversary on campus House underwent $250,000 in renovations in 2004 ΣΤΓ Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity: Tau Kappa Epsilon Chapter: Beta Eta Chapter Size: 36 Address: 1107 N. State St. Phone Number: Website: Rush Chairmen Contact: Frank Maloy Nick Sandvig Local Founding Date: March 8, 1947 Colors: Cherry and Grey Scholoarships available to members: Highest Freshman GPA Most Improved GPA National Philanthropy: Ronald Regan Alzheimer's Association Interesting Facts about Tau Kappa Epsilon: Completely non-exclusive Fraternity. We are not affiliated with any Religious or Political ideals. New carpeting and furniture in our living room. New Kitchen equipment. We are always looking at ways to improve our house so if you like to learn life skills this house if perfect. Less then a 5 minute walk to anywhere on campus. The house is surrounded by Campus. All rooms are fully customizable. This house is a great opportunity to learn valuable life skills, and help prepare you for your future. ΤΚΕ Tau Kappa Epsilon 15

18 ΘΞ Theta Xi Fraternity: Theta Xi Chapter: Alpha Psi Chapter Size: 28 Address: 1605 North Pine Street - Rolla MO, Phone number: Website: web.mst.edu/~thetaxi/ Rush Chairman Contact: Brian Mahan, Aaron Trenshaw, Scholarships available to incoming freshmen: None at this time National Philanthropy: Habitat for Humanity and Multiple Sclerosis Colors: Azure Blue and Silver A Few Interesting Facts about Theta Xi: Have a house GPA.22 higher than all campus average. In the back yard we have a sand volleyball court as well as our house dog Shadow. Right across the street from the north side of campus. T Triangle Fraternity: Triangle Chapter: Missouri Mines Chapter size: 12 Address: 807 North State Street Phone number: Website: Rush Chairmen contact: Colin Bodeman, , National Philanthropy: Habitat for Humanity Colors: Old Rose and Gray Scholarships available to incoming freshmen: New Triangle Member Scholarship (up to $300) Five interesting facts about Triangle: Triangle Fraternity limits its membership to Engineers, Architects, and Scientists. The Triangle Education Foundation does many great things for Triangle brothers, ranging from leadership schools to Scholarships and Loans. More information can be found at triangle.org. A Triangle brother co-founded Blizzard Entertainment Company. 16

19 bids As you are looking at Fraternities, you will most likely receive a bid card. A bid card is often confusing. To help clarify what a bid card is, here are a few guidelines to remember. Please read both the guidelines and the bid cards you receive carefully. 1. A bid card does not obligate you to join a chapter, and does not make you a member of that Fraternity. It simply reserves you a place in their chapter should you decide to join. 2. We recommend that you only sign a bid card for the chapter in which you are seriously considering membership. This will save room in that chapter for someone who definitely wishes to join that Fraternity. 3. What makes that membership final is signing a bid card and mailing it in or returning to Student Life (218 Havener Center) or Residential LIife (205 West 12th St.) Rolla Mo Housing cards can only be given by the Greek Life Office after it has received a signed bid card. timeline Missouri S&T Fraternities & Sororities have been a part of campus life for over 100 years. Fraternities & Sororities (also known as Greeks ) provide an exciting and unique experience for students. Opportunities for leadership, scholarship, social growth, friendship, and service are just some of the benefits of joining a Fraternity or Sorority. Please call (573) or visit campus.mst.edu/studentlife/greek/. Although you can join at any time, below is a timeline of special events in Greek Life. Get Involved! January April High school students will have the opportunity to request information from our Fraternities and Sororities. Men will also have the opportunity to be contacted by representatives of our Fraternities to learn more about our groups. Many students will be attending PRO during these months, and this gives students the perfect opportunity to check out Greek Life! May August Women can register for formal recruitment, which takes place during Opening Week, online at Women can, at any time, mail registration forms back to Missouri S&T for formal recruitment. Formal recruitment offers women the opportunity to decide which Sorority is for them. The atmosphere is casual and friendly, and gives women the chance to meet and talk to members from each house. Men typically engage in all types of recruitment events during the summer. Cookouts, float trips, socials, and baseball games all give incoming students the opportunity to meet Fraternity members from a variety of different groups. Incoming students or current students can receive an invitation to join a Fraternity (often known as a bid ) at any time during these summer months. In fact, after joining, many of our freshman students choose to move directly into the fraternity house when they arrive on campus. Both Fraternities & Sororities are campus-approved housing, which enables freshmen to live in these houses to fulfill their housing requirements. September December Although the summer has passed, exciting events on campus have just begun! Students are still able to join Fraternities & Sororities throughout these months, and some of our students move out of the residence halls and into Greek housing during this time. The process is simple and easy. Contact The Office of Residential Life for more details. In September, the campus celebrates Greek Week, a week of programming, games, and fun events dedicated to Fraternities & Sororities at Missouri S&T. Homecoming is also a time for Greek students to participate in campus-wide events as Greek alumni return to campus and their Fraternities & Sororities. 17

20 recruitment 101 the recruitment chairman s role A Recruitment Chairman is appointed or elected by each chapter to coordinate new member recruitment and membership selection. One of his responsibilities is to travel extensively during the summer months to meet with prospective members, and to contact interested individuals by telephone and letter. By promptly returning calls and responding to letters, you enhance your recruitment experience and help to make the Recruitment Chairman s job much easier. Recruitment Chairmen also arrange informal visits, open recruitment activities, and interviews to allow prospective members a chance to meet chapter members. Please try to notify the Recruitment Chairmen of any plans to visit the campus, and they will help arrange visits to individual fraternities. questions to ask recruitment chairmen 1. What type of new member education program does your chapter have? 2. What responsibilities do your new members and initiates have? 3. What is your chapter grade point average? New member class average? 4. Is there a grade point average requirement which I must meet in order to be initiated? If so, what is the requirement? 5. What is the total chapter membership? 6. How many members live in your chapter house? 7. What are the sleeping arrangements? How many men occupy each room? 8. How much should I plan to pay for my house bill? Are there payment plans? 9. Are there other costs, such as new member fees, initiation fees, or assessments that I should consider in planning my budget? 10. How many social functions does your chapter plan each year? 11. Are these social functions scheduled at times that do not conflict with scholastics? 12. How many meals are served per week? At what times are these meals served? 13. Are there other men in your chapter with my major or a similar major? 14. What academic resources and programming does your chapter offer? Do you have quiet areas and/or hours? Do you have a library and/or computer room? 15. Can I get help with my classwork from other members of your chapter? 16. Does your chapter have out-of-house associates or new members? 17. How long after I join your fraternity will I be initiated? What are all of the time commitments that are required for initiation? 18. Is your chapter recruiting any other men from my hometown area? 19. Are your members involved in student government and other student organizations and activities? If so, what are some of the organizations? Will I be able to get involved? 18

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22 IFC Fraternities ΑΕΠ..Alpha Epsilon Pi #4 Fraternity Drive ΒΣΨ..Beta Sigma Psi #2 Fraternity Drive ΣΦ...Delta Sigma Phi deltasig.mst.edu Τ...Delta Tau Delta Vienna Road ΚΑ....Kappa Alpha Order #1 Fraternity Drive ΚΣ....Kappa Sigma White Columns Drive ΛΧΑ..Lambda Chi Alpha N. Pine Street ΦΚΘ..Phi Kappa Theta State Street ΠΚΑ..Pi Kappa Alpha West 9th Street ΠΚΦ..Pi Kappa Phi North Pine Street ΣΧ....Sigma Chi Pine Street ΣΝ....Sigma Nu East 12th Street ΣΦΕ...Sigma Phi Epsilon Park Street ΣΠ....Sigma Pi East 12th Street ΣΤΓ...Sigma Tau Gamma #5 Fraternity Drive ΤΚΕ...Tau Kappa Epsilon State Street ΘΞ....Theta Xi North Pine T......Triangle State Street Sororities - Panhellenic Κ....Kappa Delta North Pine Sreet ΧΩ...Chi Omega North Pine Sreet ΖΤΑ..Zeta Tau Alpha E. 12th Street

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