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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated (AKA) was founded on a mission comprised of five basic tenets that have remained unchanged since the sorority’s inception more than a century ago. These tennants are to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, to promote unity and friendship among college women, to study and help alleviate problems concerning girls and women in order to improve their social stature, to maintain a progressive interest in college life, and to be of “Service to All Mankind".
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. develops leaders, promotes brotherhood and academic excellence while providing service and advocacy for our communities.
The purpose of Alpha Sigma Alpha is to foster close friendships between members and to develop women of poise and purpose. The vision of Alpha Sigma Alpha is to cultivate values and ideals in women who are known for their character and concern for others. Alpha Sigma Alpha inspires women to lead, to serve and most of all to make a difference. Alpha Sigma Alpha promotes high ideals and standards for its members throughout their lives by emphasizing balance among our four aims of intellectual, physical, social and spiritual development. Our eight core values are: balance, generosity, growth, integrity, learning, relationships, responsibility and enjoyment.
To Better the Man, through the creation and perpetuation of brotherhood founded upon the values of character: Silence, Charity, Purity, Honor, Patriotism.
Our vision is that we inspire and empower our sisters to engage in a lifetime of leadership and service, while upholding our values of justice, sisterhood, and love.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated is an organization of college educated women committed to constructive development of its members and to public service with a primary focus on the Black community.
The Capital University Interfraternity Council governs, serves, represents, and promotes its member fraternities with the highest standard of integrity. We serve as a resource for the fraternities to encourage growth in the areas of leadership, academics, and personal development.
The Tau-Mu chapter has a bright future, and will hold up the ideals of those who founded Kappa Sigma six hundred years ago in Bologna, Italy when they joined together for mutual protection. The men of this chapter are proud to join the largest and best fraternity in North America. With a mission of bettering ourselves and building a strong brotherhood, we strive for greatness inside and outside the classroom.
To RECOGNIZE those fraternity men and women who have attained a high standard of leadership in interfraternity activities, to ENCOURAGE them to continue along this line, and to INSPIRE others to strive for similar conspicuous attainment; To UNITE outstanding fraternity men and women to create an organization which will help to mold the sentiment of the institution on questions of local and intercollegiate fraternity affairs; To BRING TOGETHER members of the faculty, alumni, and student members of the institution’s fraternities and sororities on a basis of mutual interest, understanding and helpfulness; To help CREATE an atmosphere where ideas and issues can be discussed openly across Greek lines and to help work out solutions.
The Panhellenic Association provides support to develop and maintain women's fraternity life and interfraternity relations at a high level of accomplishment. The Panhellenic Association governs sorority life on campus, it heads recruitment, serves as a form of communication between greek organizations, and provides educational, and proactive events for the Capital community.
The great joy of serving others.
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Phi Sigma Sigma’s mission is to inspire the personal development of each member and perpetuate the advancement of womanhood. Hence, we believe in creating an environment for our members that fosters friendship and offers a variety of experiences and directives to enrich their lives.
Pi Phi Epsilon is a local sorority founded in 1963. Our philanthropies are The Ronald McDonald House and To Write Love on Her Arms. Our motto is Love & Service and our mission is to foster the values of leadership, scholarship, service, and sisterhood through a strong support system focused on unity.
Sigma Alpha Beta is a co-educational fraternity founded in 2007. More commonly known as SAB on Capital University’s campus, Sigma Alpha Beta was founded on the values of fraternal love, faith, service, compassion, character, leadership, and scholarship. Sigma Alpha Beta is known for its philanthropy projects including: charity: water, The Girl Effect, Buzzkill, and The Shoeman Water Project. Sigma Alpha Beta is a different experience for all members and prides itself on a sense of family, community and inclusion of all.
A member of the National Pan-Hellenic Council (City-Wide)
Camren Harris, Capital University Chapter Member
The object of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., is to stimulate its African-American members; to prepare them for the greatest usefulness in the causes of humanity, freedom and dignity of the individual; and to encourage the highest and noblest form.
A member of the Interfraternity Council
Epsilon Chi Chapter Website
Caleb Ray, Presidentcray@capital.edu
Adam Hirschfeld, Campus advisor
Michael Schwaiger, Chapter advisor
Motto: To Better the Man, through the creation and perpetuation of brotherhood founded upon the values of character … Silence, Charity, Purity, Honor, Patriotism.
Alpha Sigma Phi, represented by the Phoenix, started at Capital in April 2009 and received its charter on September 11, 2010. The fraternity's colors are Cardinal and Stone and the group is often referred to as Alpha Sig. The organization has striven to enhance the Greek community from the onset. Alpha Sig has been a leader on campus taking ownership of the Organization of the Year award and the Most Creative Service Event award in 2011, while winning Greek Week two consecutive years.
Phi Kappa Psi Website
William Freimark, President
Bruce Epps, Campus Advisor
Shane Yates, Chapter Advisor
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Motto: United by friendship, sustained by honor and led by truth, we live and we flourish.
Phi Kappa Psi, often called Phi Psi, was the first NIC (North-American Interfraternity Council) chapter at Capital and was chartered in the spring of 2010. The Ohio Xi chapter at Capital University routinely receives commendations from the national headquarters for exemplarty acedemic reports, community service contributions, and campus engagement. Most recently, this chapter was accredited with high marks for chapter operations and received a national award for maintaining the best GPA of chapters throughout Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virigina. The fraternity, whose colors are cardinal red and hunter green, plays host to several annual events including "Mud Tug" and "The Final Stretch," as well as numerous formal/date functions. Phi Kappa Psi is proud to develop well-rounded leaders to better the Capital community.
Aaron Edeus, President
Kappa Sigma Upsilon (currently Kappa Sigma) was founded by Harold Yochum on January 12th when he and 60 men gathered at Divinity Hall. Yochum went on to be president of the university and the administration building bears his name, Yochum Hall. KSU is the oldest greek organization at Capital.
Megan Creasap, President
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Motto: Doing Good Work Through Christ.
Colors: Royal Blue and Orange
Sigma Alpha Beta is a co-educational fraternity founded in 2007. More commonly known as SAB on Capital University’s campus, Sigma Alpha Beta was founded on the values of fraternal love, faith, service, compassion, character, leadership, and scholarship. Sigma Alpha Beta is known for its philanthropy projects including: charity: Water, The Girl Effect, Buzzkill, and The Shoeman Water Project. Sigma Alpha Beta is a different experience for all members and prides itself on a sense of family, community and inclusion of all.
Korina Depenhart, Presidentkdepenhart@capital.edu
A member of the Panhellenic Council
Grace Day, Presidentgday@capital.edu
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Motto: Aspire, Seek, Attain
Alpha Sigma Alpha National Sorority was founded on November 15, 1901 at Longwood University. Alpha Sigma Alpha’s mission is to promote high ideals and standards for its members throughout their lives by emphasizing balance among our four aims of intellectual, physical, social and spiritual development. Our purpose is to foster close friendships between members and to develop women of poise and purpose. Our colors are crimson and pearl white supplemented by our secondary colors of palm green and gold. The Theta Tau chapter at Capital University embraces the zebra and the crown as their symbols. The philanthropies of Alpha Sigma Alpha are the Special Olympics and the S. June Smith Center. Alpha Sigma Alpha inspires women to lead, to serve and most of all, to make a difference.
Emily Schaub, Presidenteschaub@capital.edu
Delta Phi Epsilon International Website
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Gamma Kappa Chapter Website
Motto: Esse Quam Videri - "To be rather than to seem to be"
Delta Phi Epsilon (aka DPhiE or Deephers) was founded at New York University School of Law in 1917 on the principles of Justice, Sisterhood and Love. As a nonsectarian organization, DPhiE embraces diversity within its membership. The sorority encourages well-rounded women who possess leadership skills, social prowess and a philanthropic mindset to consider membership within Delta Phi Epsilon at Capital University.
Alethea E. Gaddis, Primarity Advisor
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Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, is a private, non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide assistance and support through established programs in local communities throughout the world. A sisterhood of more than 200,000 predominately Black college educated women, the Sorority currently has over 900 chapters located in the United States, England, Japan, Germany, the Virigin Islands, Bermude, the Bahamas, and the Republic of Korea. The major programs of the sorority are based upon the organization's Five Point Programmatic Thrust. The Sorority was founded in 1913 by 22 students at Howard University.
Morgan White, President email@example.com
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Motto: Love and Service
Pi Phi Epsilon was founded as a general sorority in 1963. Their sorority mascot is the panda bear, their colors are green and white. Living by the motto of Love and Service, they focus on the uniqueness and individuality of each sorority member. The sorority goes by the nickname, Pi Phi.
Samantha Fair, Presidentsfair@capital.edu
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Motto: Aim High
Phi Sigma Sigma was founded in 1913 in New York City on the foundation that women of different faiths could come together and work toward common goals. Our mission is to inspire the personal development of each sister and perpetuate the advancement of womanhood. Philanthropy and service learning are held high in our eyes, as well as leadership, scholarship, and simply being a well rounded woman. - L.I.T.P. - Love In The Pyramid
What is the Greek Report?
The mission of Fraternity and Sorority Life at Capital University is to encourage growth, development, and education among its members in a diverse community. The Office of Student and Community Engagement is committed to informing all students, faculty/staff, families, and prospective students about the current successes and challenges of Fraternity and Sorority Life at Capital University.
The "Greek Report" is published at the end of each semester and includes news, updates, aggregate grade point averages, and membership information for each chapter and the fraternity/sorority community.
We encourage you to take a moment and click on a semester report below to learn more about the progress of our fraternity and sorority community here at Capital University.
Α : Alpha (al-fah)
Β : Beta (bay-tah)
G : Gamma (gam-ah)
Δ : Delta (del-tah)
Ε : Epsilon (ep-si-lon)
Ζ : Zeta (zay-tah)
Η : Eta (ay-tah)
Θ : Theta (thay-tah)
Ι : Iota (eye-o-tah)
Κ : Kappa (cap-ah)
Λ : Lambda (lamb-dah)
Μ : Mu (mew)
Ν : Nu (new)
Ξ : Xi (zye)
Ο : Omicron (om-i-cron)
Π : Pi (pie)
Ρ : Rho (row)
Σ : Sigma (sig-mah)
Τ : Tau (taw)
Υ : Upsilon (oop-si-lon)
Φ : Phi (fie or fee)
Χ : Chi (kie)
Ψ : Psi (sigh)
Ω : Omega (oh-may-gah)
Capital University’s fraternity and sorority community continues its proud 60-year history. This established community offers a wide variety of opportunities that are different than other student organizations. They are values-based organizations that strive to make men better men and women better women.
Students involved in fraternity and sorority life: Live their fraternal and personal values every day for the betterment of themselves, others, and the community;
Fraternity and Sorority Life at Capital University encourages growth, development, and education among its members in a diverse community; by displaying our dedication to the tenants of civic engagement including Capital and the surrounding community, adhering to policies and values congruence, enhancing individual membership and operating our chapters with efficiency.
To learn about Capital University's Fraternity and Sorority Life community, find us on Twitter @CapitalFSL and on Facebook.