Fraternity and sorority members are some of the most involved students on campus.
If you want to make fast friends, give back to your community, and join a large family with more than 100 years of history at Baker University, a sorority or fraternity would be a great fit.
In the classroom they consistently outperform other student groups because of their in-chapter tutoring and designated study hours.
Fraternity and sorority members strive to make the world a better place. Each chapter dedicates time and raises funds for local and national philanthropies.
Learning to Lead
FSL members are active in and hold leadership positions in every facet of college life. The valuable leadership skills gained assist members well after their college years.
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Sorority and fraternity members benefit from close relationships with thousands of alumni across the United States—individuals who serve as mentors and provide valuable networking opportunities for their younger brothers and sisters.
The Sorority and Fraternity Life community at Baker is home to seven sororities and fraternities, and each chapter is governed by a council. Formal recruitment happens each year in August.
College Panhellenic Council
The Panhellenic women work together to build community, empower women, focus on common goals, and create a network of support for chapters and members. The College Panhellenic Council is the governing body for our three sororities.
The fraternity men focus on the pillars of scholarship, leadership, and brotherhood to unify the fraternity community. The Interfraternity Council is the governing body for our four fraternities.
Alpha Chi Omega
Founded: DePauw University, 1895
Installed at Baker: Omicron chapter, 1908
Colors: Scarlet and olive green
Flower: Scarlet carnation
Nickname: Alpha Chi
Philanthropy: Domestic Violence Awareness
Social event: Spring Formal
Address: 403 Eighth St.
Delta Delta Delta
Founded: Boston University, 1888
Installed at Baker: Lambda chapter, 1895
Colors: Silver, gold, and blue
Nickname: Tri Delta
Philanthropy: Children’s Cancer Charities
Social event: Star and Crescent Formal
Address: 816 Fremont St.
Zeta Tau Alpha
Founded: Longwood University, 1898
Installed at Baker: Sigma chapter, 1912
Colors: Turquoise blue and steel gray
Flower: White violet
Philanthropy: Cones for a Cure
Philanthropy event: Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K
Social event: ZTA Spring Formal
Address: 503 Ninth St.
Delta Tau Delta
Founded: Bethany College, 1858
Colony at Baker: Gamma Theta chapter, November 24, 1903
Colors: Purple, white, and gold
Flower: Purple iris
Symbol: Half crescent moon and all-seeing eye
Social event: Chicken Fry
Motto: Committed to the lives of excellence
Values: Truth, courage, faith, and power
Address: 604 Fifth St.
Founded: University of Virginia, 1869
Colony at Baker: Beta Tau chapter, February 2, 1903
Colors: Scarlet, emerald, and white
Flower: Lily of the valley
Symbol: Star and crescent
Nickname: Kappa Sigs
Philanthropy: Military Heroes
Social event: Pig Fry
Motto: The ideals we pursue determine who we are and what we will become.
Values: Fellowship, leadership, scholarship, and service
Address: 1215 Eighth St.
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Founded: Richmond College, Virginia, November 1, 1901
Founded at Baker, April 2, 1910
Colors: Purple and red
Nickname: Sig Eps
Philanthropy: St. Baldricks Foundation and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Douglas County (National Philanthropy)
Social events: Spiking Out Volleyball Tournament and Disc Golf Scramble
Values: Virtue, diligence, and brotherly love (VDBL)
Motto: Building balanced men through a commitment to a Sound Mind and Sound Body. Through SigEp, men strengthen their character, build leadership and interpersonal skills, and learn to develop healthy, lifelong relationships that are essential to a successful and fulfilling life.
5-Star Chapter of the Year designation (since 2015): 5
Address: 412 Sixth St.
Founded: Baldwin City, May 23, 1905
Colors: Crimson and gold
Flower: Golden chrysanthemum
Symbols: Lamp, wreath, and scroll
Philanthropy: Children’s Mercy
Social event: Polyeuphony
Four pillars: Scholarship, achievement, brotherhood, and potential
Address: 903 Eighth St.