New Name. New Home. New Faces.
On January 1, the Office of Greek Affairs officially became the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. The name change better reflects the work and mission of the office and is more inclusive of all of the chapters. And with the $32 million K-State Student Union renovation underway, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life will be getting a new home in spring 2016. Knowing we will have a new home at 4 K-State Student Union and be a part of the Student Involvement Center, the noises and dust of construction are bearable. (We'll probably miss the jack hammers when they're gone!)
This year, the fraternity and sorority community is the largest it has ever been. With more than 4,000 members in the PHC and IFC communities, more than 21% of the undergraduate K-State student population is affiliated with a fraternal organization. The fraternity community had the largest new member class this fall with 512 men signing bid cards.
The office is excited to welcome two new assistant directors! Jordan Priddle, a former graduate student in the office, became the Assistant Director - IFC on January 18. Kathleen MacLeay will be joining the team in March.
Welcome Alpha Gamma Delta!
We are excited to welcome Alpha Gamma Delta to our Greek community! They colonized in September 2015. For information about AGD, visit k-state.goalphagam.com. Follow @KStateAlphaGam on Twitter for updates on the K-State colony.
As of May 19, 2014, the Beta Kappa chapter of Sigma Nu fraternity has lost recognition as a K-State Interfraternity Council member, and has been suspended from campus. If you are interested in joining this fraternity, please be aware that it is not currently recognized by the university until August 1, 2018. If you have further questions, please contact the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life at (785) 532-5546.