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Fraternity and Sorority Life
The UAA fraternity and sorority community combines the bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood with professional, academic and service opportunities that elevate the student experience. This experience is called Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL).
With five unique chapters, your home in the campus community is waiting for you.
Learn about each chapter and take the first step towards membership today.
How to Join
Fraternities and sororities recruit new members all year long, but the experience starts here. As a potential new member (PNM), you will learn about the opportunities, get to know the chapters and community, and find where you belong.
Find where you belong in FSL.
The Panhellenic Council serves as the governing body to two National Panhellenic Conference chapters at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Just as each chapter has a national office that ties them to other chapters nationwide, the Panhellenic Council ties the University of Alaska Anchorage's sororities to a larger governing body representative of each sorority. The council strongly encourages and demonstrates Greek Unity within the UAA and Anchorage community.
ΑΣΑ - Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority
National ΑΣΑ Website | Local ΑΣΑ Website
President: Kati Renfro
Philanthropies: Special Olympics, S. June Smith Center and Covenant House
Founded (national): November 15, 1901
Founded (local): 2004
Colors: Crimson, Palm Green, Pearl White, and Gold
Symbols: Crown, palm tree, phoenix, star
Purpose: To foster close friendships between members and to develop women of poise and purpose.
Values: Balance, Generosity, Growth, Integrity, Learning, Relationships, Responsibility and Enjoyment.
ΣΣΣ - Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority
National ΣΣΣ Website | Local ΣΣΣ Website
President: Alexia Jennings
Philanthropies: Sigma Sigma Sigma Foundation (March of Dimes) and the Broken Sparrow Home
Founded (national): April 20, 1898
Founded (local): 1997
Colors: Purple and White
Symbol: Sailboat "Ever Forward"
Purpose: To establish among its members a perpetual bond of friendship, to develop in them strong womanly character, and to impress upon them high standards of conduct.
Values: Wisdom, Power, Faith, Hope and Love.
The Interfraternity Council (IFC) at University of Alaska Anchorage set forth this Constitution and Bylaws in order to cause closer working relationships and coordination among its Member Fraternities and University of Alaska Anchorage, in accordance with the policies and standards established by the North-American Interfraternity Conference.
ΑΣΦ - Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity
National ΑΣΦ Website
President: Chuck Labarre-Lines
Philanthropies: Rape Abuse Incest National Network, Aware Awake Alive, Humane Society, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Homes for Our Troops
Founded (national): December 6, 1845
Founded (local): 2017
Colors: Cardinal and Stone
Mission: To Better the Man through the creation and perpetuation of brotherhood, founded upon the values of character: Silence, Charity, Purity, Honor and Patriotism
Values: Silence, Charity, Purity, Honor and Patriotism
ΔΧ - Delta Chi Fraternity
National ΔΧ Website | Local ΔΧ Website
President: Austin Pahel
Philanthropies: The V Foundation for Cancer Research
Founded (national): October 13, 1890
Founded (local): 2018
Values: Friendship, Character, Justice, and Education
Colors: Red and Buff
Symbol: Martlets, Knight Errant
Mission: To promote friendship, develop character, advance justice, and assist in the acquisition of a sound education.
ΤΚΕ - Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity
National ΤΚΕ Website | Local ΤΚΕ Website
President: Dayton Cropper
Philanthropies: St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and The Alzheimer's Association
Founded (national): January 10, 1899
Founded (local): March 28, 2015
Colors: Cherry and Gray
Mission: To aid men in their mental, moral, and social development for life.
Values: Love, Charity and Esteem.
Sorority and Fraternity Interest Form
Fill out the following form and UAA Student Clubs and Greek LIfe will coordinate a response with interested sororities or fraternities.