Celebrating over 60 years of Warrior tradition in ESU Greek Life is a thriving community of over 300 students representing 6% of the student body.


Women’s Fraternities and Sororities

The four women’s fraternities and sororities on campus are governed by the Panhellenic Council (PHC), founded locally in 1983. Elected Council officers meet weekly to discuss current issues, advocate for the community, and plan events. Every chapter has delegate representatives who guide the direction of the council.

Alpha Omicron Pi Women’s Fraternity

We enjoy serving our community and campus whenever we can. Our sub motto is "Prepare to Serve and Build Character." Our philanthropy is Juvenile Arthritis, and we strive to raise as much money and awareness as we can for this wonderful cause throughout the academic school year.

See Alpha Omicron Pi on WarriorLink.

Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority

The purpose of Alpha Sigma Tau is to promote the ethical, cultural, and social development of its members. Our national philanthropy is the Women's Wellness Initiative in which we stand for Women's Empowerment.

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Lambda Iota Sorority

Lambda Iota is a local, community driven sorority. We take pride in growing a sisterhood that empowers each other. We are individually unique, but together we feel complete.

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Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority

Tri-Sigma's mission is to establish among its members a perpetual bond of friendship, develop in them strong womanly character, and impress upon them high standards of conduct. Sigma Sigma Sigma strives to empower its women to be strong individuals of character. Tri Sigma is constantly working to better the community through its work with Children's Play Therapy and AWSOM animal shelter.

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Men’s Fraternal Organizations

The four men’s fraternities on campus are governed by the Interfraternity Council (IFC). Elected Council officers meet weekly to discuss current issues, advocate for the community, and plan events. Every chapter has delegate representatives who guide the direction of the council.

Delta Chi Fraternity

Our Fraternity follows four core values, Promoting Friendship, Developing Character, Advancing Justice, and Assisting in the Acquisition of a Sound Education. We take pride in our community service, philanthropy, and our brotherhood. Our Philanthropy is the Jimmy V Foundation. We host annual philanthropy events liked Shave-A-Delta and Dye-A-Chi; where brothers all shave or dye their heads after we reach a set amount goal! We also participate in things like Relay for Life and actively do Street Cleans for Community Service.

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Kappa Delta Rho Fraternity

The brothers of the Kappa Delta Rho Fraternity pride ourselves by holding each brother to the highest of standards. This mindset has given us the nickname the "Gentlemen Fraternity". We strive every day to live by our open motto: Honor Super Omnia which means Honor above all things. We try to go above and beyond, every day, to display honor at all levels.

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Sigma Pi Fraternity

Our goal is to encourage young men who are looking to get more out of their lives, academics, and future careers to come and seek excellence with us. We are the oldest fraternity here on campus with a wide network of alumni here and across the nation. Our chapter is full of driven brothers who want to do great things.

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Theta Chi Fraternity

We are Resolute Men. We lend an assisting hand. We are Theta Chi.

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Culturally Based Fraternal Organizations

The organizations recognized by the Cultural Greek Council (CGC) are comprised of national organizations that are historically based upon African American, Hispanic, Asian or Multi-ethnic culture. Four men’s and two women’s organizations are represented at ESU. The council was founded on March 8, 2018.

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.

is a historically black fraternity that was born and bred due to an environment saturated in racism. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.  attempts to achieve not only in school, community as well as their own personal growth due to the prejudice and discrimination that they face. Hence their motto: Achievement in every field of human endeavor.

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Lambda Sigma Upsilon Latino Fraternity, Inc.

The "Unmatched" Maguana chapter of Lambda Sigma Upsilon Latino Fraternity Inc., a historically (but not exclusively) Latino fraternity, was chartered at East Stroudsburg University to promote academic excellence, cultural awareness and diversity, brotherhood, and being a role models in their community. Their motto is: Latinos Siempre Unidos (Latinos Always United)

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Mu Sigma Upsilon Sorority, Inc.

The “Illustrious” Ionia chapter of Mu Sigma Upsilon Sorority Inc., the first historically multicultural sorority, was chartered at East Stroudsburg University by three women who wanted to uphold the vision of MSU goals and more. The founders of the Ionia Chapter led the way for organizations looking to break ground and revive chapters of other walks of life onto campus.

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Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. - (Currently Inactive)

Brothers of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. at ESU, a historically black fraternity, live out the mantra “Friendship is essential to the soul” day in and out.

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Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.

The brothers of Phi Beta Sigma, a historically black fraternity, are the Fraternity’s most valuable resource and strength. They are the primary means by which the Phi Beta Sigma objectives will be achieved. In order to accomplish the Fraternity’s objectives, it is essential that systems are instituted that effectively embody “Culture For Service and Service For Humanity” and promote brotherhood, scholarship and service.

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Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. - (Currently Inactive)

The Sorority's international programs such as Z-HOPE (Zetas Helping Other People Excel) through Mind, Body and Spirit serve to empower people from all walks of life. A historically black sorority, it espouses the highest academic ideals and that has resulted in its members serving in groundbreaking roles in all fields of endeavor.

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Contact Us

ESU values partnering with parents and families to assist students in exploring fraternity and sorority membership. If you have any questions or concerns about any area of Greek Life, please contact the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life at dayala1@esu.edu or (570) 422-3775.

Contact Information

Campus Address
University Center, 2nd Floor
(570) 422-3775
Title of Department Leader
Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life
Daniel Ayala