Belonging to a fraternity or sorority increases one's chances of completing a degree, with 71% of Greeks graduating versus 50% of non-Greeks.
An impressive 85% of executives at Fortune 500 companies called fraternities home during college.
Across the nation, sorority and fraternity life and their alumni members accounts for 75% of all total college and university donations.
It is recommended that students explore the values of each fraternity, the benefits of membership and the expectations each organization has for its members. Visiting the national websites for each organization is a great way to learn more and think about what organizations you are interested in!
Learn more about the Interfraternity Council by looking at their website here!
|Local Chapters||Websites||Local Founding|
|Alpha Sigma Phi||Official Webpage||Colonized 2018|
|Alpha Tau Omega||Official Webpage||Colonized 2017|
|Beta Theta Pi||Official Webpage||Beta Theta Pi||October 30th, 1993|
|Delta Chi||Official Webpage||Delta Chi||November 3rd, 1984|
|Kappa Sigma||Official Webpage||Kappa Sigma||November 5th, 2016|
|Phi Delta Theta||Official Webpage||Phi Delta Theta||March 2nd, 1991|
|Pi Kappa Phi||Official Webpage||Pi Kappa Phi||May 5th, 2018|
|Pi Lambda Phi||Official Webpage||Pi Lambda Phi||1995|
|Sigma Phi Epsilon||Official Webpage||Sigma Phi Epsilon||1991|
|Tau Kappa Epsilon||Official Webpage||Tau Kappa Epsilon||Colonized 2019|
Please note: While there is a Sigma Nu fraternity chapter in the Cheney area, it is not an approved and recognized fraternity by Eastern Washington University. Only officially recognized fraternity and sorority chapters may participate in university programs, including (but not limited to) Eagle Family Homecoming, Greek Week, recruitment, and socials.
Our Fraternity Community is Expanding
Over the next five years, Eastern Washington University is partnering with the following (inter)national organizations to expand our fraternity community: