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Pace University fraternities and sororities are a respected part of campus life, and the University has a zero-tolerance policy regarding hazing! Members of this close-knit community are part of an academically supportive environment. For instance, fraternities and sororities offer study hours and tutoring programs. In fact, the minimum GPA requirement to participate in Greek life recruitment is 2.5.
In addition to building lifelong friendships, members of the Greek system can become active members of the community, compete in Greek athletics, and become leaders. These days, leadership experience is a definite plus when looking for a job.
As a fraternity and sorority member, you’ll have the opportunity to be an officer or part of a committee. You’ll learn to manage a budget, run meetings, speak in public, and motivate others. These skills and the relationships you build will help you at Pace and throughout your life. Plus, you’ll have access to larger alumni networks. There are nine million Greek community members (including undergraduates) across the US and Canada. This is one large family that’s always got room for more.
Gabriella Kathryn Lester
Assistant Director, Leadership Programs
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Founded in 1869, Kappa Sigma is represented on 313 college campuses throughout the US and Canada. At the heart of Kappa Sigma are the Fraternity's four pillars—fellowship, leadership, scholarship, and service—which guide its ambitions and underpin its successes. Striving for excellence in fellowship, leadership, scholarship, and service produces brothers who are involved in all aspects of campus life; who excel academically as students and professionally upon graduation; who develop lifelong bonds with those around them and who support those peers; and who serve their colleges and communities. Becoming a Kappa Sigma provides the framework to build yourself into the man you want to be.
The mission of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity is to foster and develop in its membership the tenets of its credo: intellectual awareness, social responsibility, integrity, and brotherly love in order to prepare its members for positions of leadership and service within their communities.
Kappa Delta was founded in 1897 with the purpose of promoting and encouraging women to be their best selves through the power of friendship. Over the last 100+ years, Kappa Delta has expanded to over 200 colleges across the US and includes over 250,000 women. Kappa Delta believes in bettering the college experience of young women through charity work, social involvement, and leadership experience. Kappa Delta participates in four national charities: Girl Scouts of the USA, Prevent Child Abuse America, Children’s Hospital of Richmond, Virginia, and Orthopedic Research Awards. They have also recently begun an exciting collaboration with companies such as Vera Bradley, American Girl, and the Confidence Coalition.
Phi Mu is a women's organization that was founded in 1852. Phi Mu provides personal and academic development, service to others, commitment to excellence, community, and lifelong friendships.
Sigma Delta Tau, a national women’s social sorority founded in 1917 at Cornell University, has over 100 chartered collegiate chapters and more than 60,000 alumnae members. Sigma Delta Tau’s philanthropic partners include Jewish Women International, Prevent Child Abuse America, and Women for Women International. Sigma Delta Tau provides intellectual, philanthropic, leadership, and social opportunities for all members, presented within a framework of mutual respect and high ethical standards. The mission of Sigma Delta Tau is to enrich the lifetime experience of women of similar ideals, to build lasting friendships, and to foster personal growth.
Comprised of two national fraternities (Kappa Sigma, Zeta Beta Tau) and one local fraternity (Alpha Chi Epsilon). For more information, Check out the Interfraternity Council SetterSync Page.
Comprised of three sororities (Kappa Delta, Sigma Delta Tau, and Phi Mu). For more information, Check out the PHC SetterSync Page.