Chapters

A “recognized” fraternity or sorority is one that is in good standing with the university. These organizations are granted university privileges such as using campus facilities, tabling, posting and hanging flyers, holding meetings and/or programs on campus, having an advisor, inducting new members that will be recognized by the university, and participating in WashU Fraternity/Sorority Life Community events such as Greek Week, Recruitment, Philanthropy Events, and Social Events.

As of February 20, 2018, the Missouri Gamma chapter of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity is no longer a recognized fraternity at Washington University in St. Louis. This decision is based upon significant violations of University policies and deferred suspension status. In addition, the National Fraternity of Phi Delta Theta has suspended the chapter’s operations.


Founded in 1985 at The Ohio State University, Alpha Psi Lambda is the nation’s first and largest Latino co-ed fraternity. The organization has grown to include 27 chapters and five colonies with over 2,600 members. Alpha Psi Lambda’s purpose is to provide a supplementary educational, social, and cultural experience for members, while also serving the campus and community.

We are excited to have Alpha Psi Lambda on campus as an official chapter starting this semester, Spring 2018! If you have questions or would like more information about Alpha Psi Lambda, please contact Campus Life.

St. Louis is home to eight city-wide chapters in which membership is made up from students from various colleges and universities within the metropolitan St. Louis area.  While the organizations are not recognized on any one specific campus, Washington University does work with our students in these organizations to aid them in reserving spaces for meetings, intake events, and educational programs. Currently Washington University in St. Louis has students who are affiliated with:

If you have questions or would like more information about any of the other city-wide organizations, please contact the chapters using the websites listed by their chapter names or reach out to Campus Life so we can help you.

As of February 20, 2018, the Missouri Gamma chapter of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity is suspended and is no longer a recognized fraternity at Washington University in St. Louis. This decision is based upon significant violations of University policies and deferred suspension status. In addition, the National Fraternity of Phi Delta Theta has suspended the chapter’s operations.

The Phi Chapter of Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity is no longer a recognized fraternity at Washington University in St. Louis. This decision is based upon significant violations of University policies, which came to light as part of an ongoing investigation by the Washington University Police Department. In addition, the National Fraternity of Sigma Alpha Mu has disbanded the chapter.​​​​​​​​​

Questions?

Assistant Director, Fraternity/Sorority Life

Meet with Austin

Program Coordinator for Fraternity/Sorority Life

Meet with Molly

Program Coordinator for Fraternity/Sorority Life

Meet with Hana