Fraternities

The Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life recognizes undergraduate general or “social” fraternities who engage in a broad spectrum of leadership, service, academic, and social activities. These organizations are open to all students on campus, regardless of academic major. Fraternities recognized by the Department are local chapters of national organizations and each is a member of one of our Councils. This listing of organizations is divided by Council and in alphabetical order.

The Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life does not recognize academic or honor organizations who may also use Greek letters for their name. Those organizations may be registered through Student Involvement.

Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) Interfraternity Council (IFC) National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)

* = Chapter was found responsible by the Office of Student Conduct for violating one or more elements of the Code of Student Conduct and is currently under disciplinary sanctions.

** = Chapter is currently suspended pending an investigation.

Unrecognized Organizations

as of January 4, 2017

Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity had recognition from NC State revoked effective October 27, 2016 through August 1, 2021 due to multiple alcohol and drug violations. The undergraduate members surrendered the charter, so the group should no longer be in operation.  The university will work in partnership with the National Organization to reestablish the group no sooner than August 1, 2021.

Sigma Chi fraternity had recognition from NC State revoked effective May 15, 2016 through June 2, 2017 due to multiple alcohol violations.  During this period of revocation, the chapter may only convene for the purposes of addressing sanctions assigned by the University and may regain recognition no sooner than June 3, 2017. The University will continue to work in partnership with the National Office as the group seeks to regain recognition.

Pi Kappa Phi fraternity was closed on March 25, 2015 so the group should no longer be in operation. The university will work in partnership with the National Organization to re-establish the chapter and membership in the Fall of 2018.

Theta Chi fraternity had recognition from NC State revoked on April 25, 2015, so the group should no longer be in operation. The chapter was suspended as a result of multiple drug violations. The organization is eligible to return as of June 3, 2019. Thus the university will work in partnership with the National Organization to re-establish the chapter in the Fall of 2019.