Seven chapters within this council have come together in order to form a more perfect community, establish justice, foster cooperation, ensure open communication, promote general welfare, and to further the fraternity system at IUPUI.
I joined Sigma Alpha Epsilon because I wanted more from my college experience than just my education. By joining SAE, I was able to develop and grow my social skills through interacting in the Greek community, as well as my professional skills through the positions I took in my chapter.-Collin Henn (SAE)
List of Orgs
Alpha Sigma Phi
Alpha Sigma Phi, commonly known as Alpha Sig, is a collegiate men's secret and social fraternity with 180 currently active chapters. Founded at Yale in 1845, it is the 10th oldest fraternity in the United States. The fraternity practices many traditions to Better the Man.
Delta Sigma Phi
BETTER MEN, BETTER LIVES
Delta Sigma Phi works to help mold boys into men, supports our philanthropic partner The Indiana Alzheimer’s Association, and helps make college an even more enjoyable experience.
Phi Delta Theta
The mission of Phi Delta Theta is the cultivation of friendship among its members, the individual acquirement of a high degree of mental culture, and the attainment of a high standard of morality. The Live Like Lou Foundation is the philanthropy of Phi Delta Theta. It’s committed to making an impact on ALS research, while also supporting the children of families affected by ALS. Through the Live Like Lou Foundation, the brothers of Indiana-Mu are paired with a local ALS family in order to assist them with anything they might need. The chapter has also volunteered with Second Helpings, a local food rescue organization that transforms lives through the power of food. The major programs and initiatives of Indiana-Mu are the Onward 5k for ALS and Pie-a-Phi. The money raised from both programs goes directly to Live Like Lou so that we can leave ALS better than we found it.
Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI)
The Iota Pi Chapter continues to maintain a high position on our campus both academically and socially. We strive every day to live up to the values of Phi Gamma Delta. The brothers of Iota Pi understand that it is our mission as a Phi Gam to unite men in enduring friendships, stimulate the pursuit of knowledge, and build courageous leaders who serve the world with the best that is in them. Our mission is to be an active, vital force of men who courageously live our values and make a positive impact on college and community.
Pi Kappa Phi
Pi Kappa Phi (ΠΚΦ) commonly known as Pi Kapp, was founded by exceptional men who chose to lead. For more than a century, we have stayed true to our roots, developing the next generation of servant leaders who put service before self and work to improve the world around us. In fact, Pi Kappa Phi was originally founded as Nu Phi, which stood for “non-fraternity.” Our founders, disillusioned with campus politics being run exclusively by fraternities, created Nu Phi as a means to attain leadership roles within the Chrestomathic Literary Society.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
The Indiana Iota Pi Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s mission is to promote the highest standards of friendship, scholarship, and service set forth by our founders and become the embodiment of The True Gentleman. Our national philanthropy is the Children’s Miracle Network; at IUPUI we work closely with Riley Children’s Hospital. We have also done service with anti-bullying organizations at the Hawthorne Center. Our main event and initiative is SAEbay, our annual date auction with all profits going to Riley. “I joined Sigma Alpha Epsilon because I wanted more from my college experience than just my education.”
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Tau Kappa Epsilon’s mission is to aid men in their mental, moral and social development for life. TKE contributes to the advancement of society through the personal growth of our members and service to others. TKE builds Better Men for a Better World. Philanthropy/Service: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Major Programs: TKE Province Forum, TKE Regional Leadership Conference, Charles R. Walgreen Jr. Leadership Academy, Conclave. Initiatives: The Strategic Plan is an inspiring call to action around an exciting vision. The journey will facilitate more invitations to new members, sustain current members and alumni, and forge active networking partnerships. TKE’s enriched vitality will become increasingly obvious in a well-resourced organization that supports members’ positive influence in the world.