FRATERNITY AND SORORITY LIFE
AT ERAU-PRESCOTT

A fraternity or sorority provides an opportunity to enhance collegiate life experiences through actively integrated event planning, governance, and membership recruitment. It's a home away from home, a place to meet lifelong friends, a leadership opportunity unlike any other, a chance to network, and a place to find yourself.

For students not in their first semester at ERAU, minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50 is required to join a chapter. Please note that individual chapters may have higher academic standards.

College Panhellenic Association

GOVERNING COUNCIL FOR SORORITIES

Order of Omega

GREEK LIFE HONOR SOCIETY

Inter-Fraternal Council

GOVERNING COUNCIL FOR FRATERNITIES

Alpha Sigma Tau

sorority

Alpha Xi Delta

sorority

Lambda Chi Alpha

fraternity

Pi Kappa Phi

fraternity

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

fraternity

Sigma Chi

fraternity

Theta Xi

fraternity

THE 2021-2022 SUMMARY

Average GPA of 3.27

which is tied with the all-campus average

64.6% of members

hold a leadership role on campus

More than 3,100

hours of service to the community

7.7% of ERAU students

are members of a fraternity or sorority

sophomore | Alpha Sigma Tau

I have been given so many opportunities to grow as a leader. Developing as a leader has helped me to become more confident in myself, but also my skills and how I can help others grow as well.

junior | Delta Phi Epsilon

I enjoy participating in community service and philanthropic events, however without my chapter I would never have had the courage to go out and do it by myself.

freshman | Alpha Xi Delta

Because we're at a male dominated school, I constantly don't feel like I belong because I do not fit the typical characteristics of students here. Being in AXiD helped me find my people and create a safe space.

junior | Lambda Chi Alpha

Taking up responsibilities of the chapter has helped be better at things like following up, communication, and other sort of management type things.

junior | Pi Kappa Phi

I attribute most of my happiness to the fraternity. Its how I got involved on campus and how I've met most of the people I spend my time with.

senior | Sigma Alpha Epsilon

The chapter has been one of the biggest nurturing forces in helping me develop my values and morals as a person. They've pushed me to be more open and disciplined in my decision making.

sophomore | Sigma Chi

Being surrounded by similarly minded men inspires me to become better than myself, and so when the academic side of my life started to ramp back up, I had other people to help hold me to the standard I try to follow.

freshman | Theta Xi

Acceptance was a huge factor and the diverse group of men in Theta Xi have helped me through the beginning of my college career.