1 GO GREEK! F R AT E R N I T Y & S O R O R I T Y L I F E AT SACR E D H EART UN IVE RSITY
2 Welcome to Sacred Heart University Welcome to Sacred Heart University. We are glad to have you and appreciate your interest in Greek Life here! If you are looking for the best college experience, Greek Life is the way to go. The Greek community at Sacred Heart is home to over 1,600 students. The seven fraternities and eight sororities provide a support system that creates a home away from home and is the best place to meet friends that will last a lifetime. Greek Life offers a unique balance of leadership, academic, philanthropy/service, and social opportunities that will enhance your college years at SHU. Scholarship and leadership are extremely important to each sorority and fraternity member. Sorority and fraternity members have the opportunity to be a part of Order of Omega, a national Greek academic and leadership honor society. In our recent Campus Life Leadership Awards Ceremony, Greek members were recognized for achievements in the Greek community and beyond. SHU Greek men and women continue to excel as leaders on campus and prove that scholastic achievement is priority.
3 Financial aid programs and scholarships are available to qualified members of national Greek organizations. It may be commonly thought that only wealthy students join the Greek community, however, most sorority and fraternity members hold jobs, receive financial aid and earn scholarships. Each sorority and fraternity is involved with a philanthropy to which they donate time and raise money. Greeks across the nation make up the largest volunteerbase, donating ten million hours of service each year. Greeks are involved with literacy programs in local schools, the fight against cancer, helping people with disabilities and many other service and philanthropic projects. Greek members are involved in a variety Greek Life is the largest value-based organization on college campuses with 750,000 members at more than 800 campuses across the United States and Canada. of activities, and not just in their own chapter, but across the SHU campus, allowing them to learn a variety of skills and keep close contacts with friends outside of the Greek community. Student Government, Habitat for Humanity, Student Ambassadors, Division I Athletics and Club Sports are just a few organizations on campus where you can find Greek members. Not only do Greeks thrive on the SHU campus, but being Greek can help you go a long way in life. Greek Life is the largest valuebased organization on college campuses with 750,000 members at more than 800 campuses across the United States and Canada. Many consider Greek Life to be the most succesful leadership development opportunity for students and young adults in college. Being a part of Greek Life at SHU has benefited us in so many ways and we hope you take the opportunity to see what we re all about!
4 Your Top Five Questions About Greek Life 1 What does it mean to Go Greek? Sororities and fraternities are called Greek organizations because their names are designated by Greek letters. Many grew out of political and literary societies that date back to the 1700s. Today, Greeks make up a diverse community of over 4.5 million men and women all over North America, and Greek societies have taken on broader roles to develop the intellectual, ethical and social skills of their members. If you Go Greek!, you ll join a group of men (fraternity) or group of women (sorority) bound together by friendship and common values as they reach out a helping hand to others and hone their scholarship and leadership skills. At Sacred Heart, most of the Greek organizations are part of national organizations and have a long history at universities around the country. 2 If I Go Greek, will I encounter hazing or an initiation? Sacred Heart University has a zero-tolerance policy regarding hazing that is consistent with Connecticut state law. Hazing includes, but is not limited to, any activity that subjects members to harassment, ridicule, intimidation, physical exhaustion, abuse, or mental distress. Each organization submits a new member plan to the Office of Greek Life for approval to ensure that all new member activities and events are in keeping with University policy. A typical new member education period is four to eight weeks and will allow new members to gain more in-depth knowledge of the organization s history, traditions, values, and unique sisterhood or brotherhood. Once the new member period is complete, a ceremony will take place which signifies that a new member is now an initiated sister or brother of their sorority or fraternity. SACRED HEART UNIVERSITY
5 3 How do I become a member of a Sacred Heart fraternity or sorority? Each fall SHU fraternities and sororities hold Go Greek! events where they recruit new members. This is a twoway process where fraternities and sororities consider you for membership while you find out more about them. Chapters consider students who can contribute to their membership in terms of interest, grades and activities. All full-time undergraduate students with a GPA of at least 2.0 or freshmen are eligible to participate in Greek Life. However, some organizations do have higher GPA requirements. Details for recruitment events and how to register are further outlined in this brochure as well as on our website at 4 How do I know which fraternity or sorority I should join? There is no one type of person who joins a fraternity or sorority. In fact, each of the fifteen Greek letter organizations at SHU uphold unique values and seeks to satisfy distinctive goals. Whether you join a national or local chapter, a chapter geared more toward academics or diversifying the SHU community, each Greek organization has its own advantages. By talking to members of the fraternities and sororities during our Go Greek! recruitment period in the fall, you ll know where you fit in best. 5 How much time and money is involved in Going Greek at Sacred Heart? On average, you can expect to contribute two to four hours a week to your fraternity or sorority for meetings and mandatory activities. You can also take advantage of opportunities like helping out with various charitable projects and social events, or even hold office in your chapter or the Interfraternity and Panhellenic Councils which may require additional time commitments. Each Greek organization has specific membership dues and these financial obligations are an important consideration for a college student and their parents. The first year of membership in a sorority or fraternity is usually the most expensive because of initiation and new member fees. Dues are used for socials, composite pictures, Panhellenic/ IFC dues, Greek Week, apparel, banquets, recruitment, formals, retreats, sisterhood/brotherhood activities, badges, insurance, leadership workshops, initiation, national conventions, and scholarships. Each organization will outline their exact chapter dues during recruitment events. GO GREEK!
6 How to Live Like a Greek AND SERVICE Members of fraternities and sororities at SHU share common experiences that build lifelong friendships. The most important of these focuses on giving to others by fundraising for charities, building school spirit by participating in athletic events, and volunteering together in the local community. At Sacred Heart, each Greek organization raises funds and awareness about specific causes, some of which include, empowerment of women, sexual assault prevention, breast cancer prevention and promotion of childhood literacy. Each year the organizations host annual events to support these causes and bring the community together. GREEK TRADITION AND CEREMONY Greek rituals and ceremonies create a bond among members and serve as a continuous reminder of the values and traditions upon which the organization was founded. These special ceremonies typically take place two times each semester. SACRED HEART UNIVERSITY
7 SPIRIT EVENTS Greek students show support in all areas of campus life. This includes cheering on fellow Pioneers at athletic events and student performances throughout the year. SOCIALS AND FORMALS Of course, part of the reason to Go Greek! is because members of fraternities and sororities balance philanthropy, scholarship and leadership with lots of fun. Whether you re hanging out at a sisterhood or brotherhood event or attending a social or formal, we promise that Going Greek! means having more fun. GO GREEK!
8 GREEK WEEK Sacred Heart s annual Greek Week takes place in the spring semester each year. Throughout the course of the week, Greek organizations will participate in Family Feud, Greek Sing, Day of Service and Greek Olympics. Friendly competition creates a fun and unifying week for all members of the Greek community. SAC R E D H E A R T U N I V E R S I T Y
9 LEADERSHIP AND SCHOLARSHIP Sacred Heart s fraternities and sororities emphasize leadership development and hold academic achievement as a top priority. Goal setting, managing budgets, event planning, fundraising, and academic success are skills that Greek members develop and carry with them in future professional and personal situations. Fraternal Leadership Institute In the fall of 1959, a group of outstanding fraternity men at the University of Miami founded a national Greek honor society called the Order of Omega because they felt that individuals in the Greek community should be recognized for their service. The Upsilon Beta Chapter of Order of Omega was created at Sacred Heart University in 2005 to recognize excellence in academics and leadership. Applicants must be juniors or seniors in fraternities or sororities, and they must have exhibited leadership and service on campus and beyond. In addition, members earn cumulative GPAs above the all-greek average. The top 3% of leaders and scholars in the Greek community are inducted into Order of Omega each year. The Fraternal Leadership Institute was created in 2014 as a way for newer members of the Greek community to develop their leadership skills. Through this 8-week leadership seminar, individuals explore their leadership style, learn how to manage conflict, manage team dynamics, and create an action plan for their future as a leader on campus. Members are selected through an application process and through this experience have the chance to build relationships with students from various fraternities and sororities at Sacred Heart. Strategic Planning Committee Be a part of leaving your legacy within the Greek community through participation in the strategic planning committee. Utilizing innovative thinking, this group of students, faculty, and staff work together to create and implement a strategic plan for the Greek Community at Sacred Heart across seven areas of focus including risk management, scholarship, and civic engagement to name a few.
10 IFC FRATERNITIES INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is a self-governing body representing the seven fraternities at SHU. The IFC strives to promote excellence in all aspects of fraternity life and academic pursuits. The council also works together to help the entire Greek community in areas of recruitment, scholarship, philanthropy and social events. IFC fraternities recruit at the beginning of each semester through events sponsored by the IFC as well as individual chapters. Recently, IFC adopted their philanthropy: the American Childhood Cancer Organization. To date, IFC has put on a Greek Life Dating Game and Pjammin for Kids with Cancer, benefiting ACCO. SAC R E D H E A R T U N I V E R S I T Y
11 ALPHA TAU OMEGA ΑΤΩ Alpha Tau Omega (ATO) is a new fraternity starting on Sacred Heart s campus this fall, and they re offering men the rare opportunity to be a Founding Father to leave their legacy! ATO is known as America s Leadership Development Fraternity, and they were specifically invited to expand to campus because of their focus on leadership and their core values. ABOUT 7 National Leadership Conferences, 38 States, 75-chapter GPA over chapters, 9,800 undergraduate brothers, 230,000 total members HOW TO APPLY To learn more about how to become a Founding Father and create your own organization, follow SHU_ATO BETA THETA PI BΘΠ Sacred Heart philanthropy: The Thomas Matthew Miloscia Foundation The Thomas Matthew Miloscia Foundation s goal is to carry on Thomas s values and make targeted donations in the fields of education, family assistance, healthcare and related areas. Thomas Matthew Miloscia Foundation Benefit Concert Fortnite Tournament Beta Theta Pi is devoted to developing men of principle for a principled life. Our vision is that all members of Beta Theta Pi live the values that we strive to uphold. The five core values are Mutual Assistance, Responsible Conduct, Trust, Intellectual Growth, and Integrity. GO GREEK!
12 DELTA TAU DELTA ΔTΔ To live lives that reflect themselves, the Fraternity and every part of their being to a level of excellence. The four fundamental principles of Delta Tau Delta are: Truth, Courage, Faith, and Power. Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Date Rape and Sexual Abuse Awareness White Ribbon Campaign Walk a Mile in Her Shoes IOTA PHI THETA ΙΦΘ HISTORY Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Incorporated was founded on September 19, 1963, at Morgan State College (now Morgan State University). Iota Phi Theta consists of over 250 chapters located in 40 States and what is now the nation s fifth largest, predominately African-American social service fraternity. The Fraternity is, and shall forever remain dedicated to its founders vision of Building a Tradition, Not Resting Upon One! Beat Shazam No Matter the Letter Showcase The Development and Perpetuation of Scholarship, Leadership, Citizenship, Fidelity, and Brotherhood among Men. NATIONAL INITIATIVES The National Iota Foundation The I.O.T.A. Youth Alliance The INROADS Partnership Being in Greek Life and the President of IFC as been an amazing experience. I have been given several opportunities to grow and lead and have made friendships that will last a lifetime. NICHOLAS SIMMONS SAC R E D H E A R T U N I V E R S I T Y
13 KAPPA SIGMA KΣ Brotherhood, actively contribute to the personal growth and development of its members, promote ethical behavior and decision-making, and encourage service to others. Diabetes Awareness Military Heroes To complement and enhance the educational mission of Sacred Heart University, promote the ideals of Powderpuff Football Tournament Haircuts for Heroes OMEGA PHI KAPPA ΩΦK (LOCAL) and to promote continuing education in scholastic, personal, and professional growth. We stand for continuing education: to give people of all ages the incentive for academic, personal and professional growth, to give to their community, and to achieve in life. Our motto is: Unity and Diversity lead to Knowledge. We stand to unify college men of all ethnic backgrounds. We strive to increase the exposure of diversity Camp YMCA Hi-Rock Service Trip Omega Phi Kappa Annual Showcase Stepping Into Your Future Program at a local high school PI KAPPA PHI ΠΚΦ The pursuit of brotherhood through scholarship, leadership, service and social experiences; the achievement of personal excellence in each member and collective excellence in our fraternity. Push America Dunk Tank Event Polar Plunge GO GREEK!
14 PANHELLENIC SORORITIES PANHELLENIC COUNCIL The Panhellenic Council is the unifying, governing and coordinating body of the sorority community at SHU. It is comprised of representatives from each of our eight sororities. The Panhellenic Council strives to promote leadership for women, diversity, academic achievement and service through relationships within the Panhellenic and Greek communities and beyond. Some notable events sponsored by the Panhellenic Council include Greek Week, Risk Management speakers, Greek Sing, Panhellenic Spelling Bee, Confidence with Heart Week, Circle of Sisterhood and Wiffle Ball Tournament. SAC R E D H E A R T U N I V E R S I T Y
15 ALPHA DELTA PI AΔΠ Established in 1851, Alpha Delta Pi is committed to sisterhood, values and ethics, high academic standards and social responsibility. Since 1979, Alpha Delta Pi has been committed to serving Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC). Over the course of our partnership, Alpha Delta Pi has contributed more than $5 million to this worthwhile cause. RMHC supports Ronald McDonald Houses, Care Mobiles, and Ronald McDonald Family Rooms in local communities and also funds grants to other nonprofit organizations whose programs focus on children in need. ADPi is fortunate to have a RMHC house in New Haven where we volunteer our time once a week. Boot Scootin BBQ Diamonds in the Dirt Kickball Tournament Live Your Oath Campaign Pop Tab Wars CHI OMEGA XΩ Chi Omega is an intergenerational women s organization forever committed to our founding purposes: friendship, personal integrity, service to others, academic excellence and intellectual pursuits, community and campus involvement, personal and career development. The Make-A-Wish Foundation Holiday Boutique Bazaar Make-a-Wish Ball GO GREEK!
16 DELTA ZETA ΔZ The purpose of this sorority shall be to unite its members in the bonds of sincere and lasting friendship, to stimulate one another in the pursuit of knowledge, to promote the moral and social culture of its members, and to develop plans for guidance and unity in action; objects worthy of the highest aim and purpose of associated effort. The purpose of this sorority shall be advanced through the National Convention, the National Council, and the college and alumnae chapters. Speech and Hearing Painted Turtle Camp Sing it for Starkey Hoops for Hearing KAPPA ALPHA THETA ΚAΘ Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) For over 25 years, our organization has spread the widest influence for good through our philanthropic partnership with Court Appointed Special Advocates, commonly known as CASA. Yesterday, today and tomorrow, Kappa Alpha Theta exists to nurture each member throughout her college and alumnae experience and to offer a lifelong opportunity for social, intellectual and moral growth as she meets the higher and broader demands of mature life. Being part of the newest sorority at SHU will give you an opportunity to make an impact, gain valuable leadership skills, create new traditions, make memories to treasure forever and leave a lasting legacy on campus. SAC R E D H E A R T U N I V E R S I T Y
17 KAPPA DELTA ΚΔ To inspire women to reach their full potential by preparing members for community service, active leadership and responsible citizenship. Girl Scouts of the USA Prevent Child Abuse America Children s Hospital of Richmond, VA Orthopedic Research Awards Confidence Coalition to Campus Events Caitlin s ShamROCK the Runway Girl Scout Events PHI SIGMA SIGMA ΦΣΣ To assist members to be successful in professional and personal endeavors. We re all about learning, serving and sisterhood between women of different backgrounds who share our focus on excellence, helping others and making a difference in the world. The Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation School and College Readiness Pie a Phi Princess for a Day Greek life has easily been one of my best experiences in college. It has let me take on multiple leadership positions, introduced me to so many amazing people and opportunities as well as get that sense of home at Sacred Heart! CAITLYN MORAN GO GREEK!
18 THETA PHI ALPHA ΘΦΑ To create close comradeship; to advance educational, social and philanthropic interests and leadership training; to encourage spiritual development and adherence to the highest moral standards; and to promote lifelong bonds of friendship. NATIONAL Glenmary Home Missioners The House that Theta Phi Alpha Built Theta Phi Alpha Foundation LOCAL Disability Awareness Camp Out for Camp Friendship Tie Dye with Theta Phi ZETA TAU ALPHA ΖΤΑ To make a difference in the lives of our members by developing the potential of each individual. We emphasize leadership development, service to others, academic achievement and continued personal growth for women, with a commitment to friendship and the future based on the sisterhood, values and traditions of the past. Breast Cancer Education and Awareness G-Factor Late Night Ice Cream and Trivia Knock Out Breast Cancer Dodgeball Tournament Think Pink Day SAC R E D H E A R T U N I V E R S I T Y
19 Becoming Greek GO GREEK! RECRUITMENT Go Greek! recruitment will take place during September for both fraternities and sororities at SHU. The Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Council will host pre-recruitment events to give you a better idea of what Greek Life at SHU is all about. The Interfraternity Council will hold an Around the World event and individual fraternities will host events throughout the month of September. The Panhellenic Council will host a formal recruitment weekend during September which is mandatory for all women interested in becoming a member of a sorority. Please visit Sacred Heart s Greek Life website for a detailed calendar of recruitment events. All men and women interested in joining Greek Life must register online at We look forward to welcoming new members to our Greek community this fall! RECRUITMENT COUNSELOR A Recruitment Counselor is a Panhellenic woman who has temporarily disaffiliated from her chapter in order to give an unbiased opinion and to aide Potential New Members during recruitment. During the formal recruitment process, you will be guided by your Recruitment Counselor. She will be with you every step of the way, and you should contact her with any problems or questions you may have. Your recruitment counselor will not share with you what organization she is a part of because she is temporarily disaffiliated from her chapter during the recruitment period, meaning that she has no input in the recruitment process of her organization. Each Recruitment Counselor acts as a representative of the Panhellenic Community, not as an individual member of her chapter. This means you can feel comfortable talking to your Recruitment Counselor about any chapter you visit because everything you say will be kept in strict confidence and will not affect where you will end up. All Recruitment Counselors sign contracts confirming their commitment to this agreement. Greek Life at Sacred Heart University can be a fun and rewarding experience. We hope that you will visit our upcoming Panhellenic and IFC Recruitment events to learn more about each of our Fraternities and Sororities, and discover why you should Go Greek! Like us on Facebook: Greek Life at Sacred Heart University Follow us on Twitter: SHUGreekOffice, SHUIFC_Official and SHU_Panhellenic Follow up on Instagram: SHU_Panhellenic, SHUIFC_Official and SHUGreekLife GO GREEK!
20 Greek Glossary ACTIVE An initiated fraternity or sorority member enrolled as an undergraduate student at a college or university. ALUMNA/ALUMNI A sorority woman or fraternity man who has graduated from college but is a lifelong member of the organization. BID An invitation to a PNM to join a sorority or a fraternity. CHAPTER The local campus group of a national Greek organization. COLONY A newly formed affiliate of a national organization that has not yet received its charter. The members of a colony are referred to as founders. FORMAL RECRUITMENT A structured set of activities by each Greek organization during a period of time specified by the Office of Greek Life & Interfraternity and Panhellenic Councils. FRATERNITY An organization of men which is based on the principles of brotherhood. INITIATION A formal ceremony by which new members receive full membership privileges. LEGACY A student who has a brother/sister, mother/father, aunt/ uncle, or grandfather/grandmother who is a member of a fraternity or sorority. Legacies are often granted special consideration in the membership recruitment process but never guaranteed membership. LOCAL A fraternity or sorority that exists only on Sacred Heart University s campus. NATIONAL A fraternity or sorority that exists on several college campuses and is supported by a national headquarters. NEW MEMBER A man or woman who has accepted a bid from an organization and begins a new member education program that consists of learning the history, traditions, and values of the chapter. NEW MEMBER EDUCATION A man or woman who has accepted a bid from a Greek organization, beginning a formal program of learning the history, traditions and goals of that group. This period of time extends itself no more than six to eight weeks. OPEN BIDDING A process which a fraternity or sorority actively recruits new members. This usually occurs after formal recruitment when an organization does not fulfill their expected quota. A charitable project sponsored by fraternities/ sororities. POTENTIAL NEW MEMBER (PNM) A male or female student that meets all eligibility requirements to participate in recruitment. RECRUITMENT A process through which students become members of fraternities and sororities. Mutual choice and selection will occur to determine membership. SORORITY An organization of women students based on the principles of sisterhood. Greek Alphabet ALPHA ZETA LAMBDA PI A (al-fah) Z (zay-tah) Λ (lam-dah) Π (pie) Φ BETA ETA MU RHO B (bay-tah) H (ay-tah) M (mew) P (roe) X Γ GAMMA THETA NU SIGMA (gam-mah) Θ (thay-tah) N (new) Σ (sig-mah) Ψ Δ DELTA IOTA XI TAU (del-tah) I (eye-o-tah) Ξ (zz-eye) T (taw) Ω PHI (fie) CHI (k-eye) PSI (sigh) OMEGA (o-may-gah) EPSILON KAPPA OMICRON E (ep-si-lon) K (cap-ah) O (om-e-cron) Υ UPSILON (opp-si-lon) 5151 Park Avenue Fairfield, Connecticut
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The chapters listed below took in their full complement (3% of FSL community), or more than 75 new members during the 2016-2017 academic year, and are eligible to have 3 members apply for our Fall Please