National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc.
Local Chapter Founded:
Alpha Sigma Phi
Our Vision: to Better the World through Better Men.
Our Mission: to be the co-curricular and continuing organization of choice.
Our Purpose: to Better the Man, through the creation and perpetuation of brotherhood founded upon the values of character: Silence, Charity, Purity, Honor, Patriotism.
Our Motto: to Better the Man.
Alpha Sigma Phi is not interested in only becoming the fraternity of choice, for this perspective unnecessarily narrows our recruitment efforts to those inclined to go Greek. We instead, will be focused on appealing to a broader base of undergraduate men, thereby competing directly with other activities and organizations on today's campuses. By so doing, we help to ensure that we attract and recruit the very best and brightest undergraduate men.
We have chosen to define our Fraternity as a co-curricular
organization to underscore our desire to partner with the institutions that
host our chapters in their endeavor to prepare their students for success after
Chapter Designation: Alpha Kappa Chapter
Founded: December 6, 1845
Local Chapter Founded: April 18, 2015
Flower: Cardinal Rose and Yellow Tea Rose
Colors: Cardinal and Stone
Philanthropy: RAINN, Aware Awake Alive, Humane Society, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Homes For Our Troops
Signature Events: Aware Awake Alive Philanthropy, Destination Formals
Kappa Alpha Order
Kappa Alpha Order seeks to create a lifetime experience, which centers on reverence to God, duty, honor, character and gentlemanly conduct as inspired by Robert E. Lee, our spiritual founder.
Chapter Designation: Alpha Rho Chapter
Founded: December 21, 1865
Flowers: Crimson Rose, Magnolia Blossom
Colors: Crimson and Old Gold
Philanthropy: Muscular Dystrophy Association
Signature Events: KA Cup Philanthropy
Lambda Chi Alpha
Lambda Chi Alpha’s vision to lead a co-curricular Greek movement, predicated on partnership and collaboration amongst the undergraduates, host institutions, alumni and General Fraternity, and offering an experience that focuses on the maturational development of today’s college man. As such, it is the vision of Lambda Chi Alpha to extend itself beyond the traditional social fraternity in practice and principle. Our core values include loyalty, duty, respect, service + stewardship, honor, integrity, and personal courage. In 1972, Lambda Chi Alpha became the first fraternity to abolish pledging to promote an anti-hazing culture in its chapters. The West Virginia colony of Lambda Chi strives to better each and every man involved with the organization, while providing services and support to the community around us. Over the last year, approximately 4.4 million pounds of food was raised in partnership with Feeding America. We pride ourselves in creating better men in all aspects of life, while making a difference in the lives of those around us.
Chapter Designation: West Virginia Colony
Founded: November 2, 1909
Local Colonization: February 21, 2016
Flower: White Rose
Colors: Purple, Green, and Gold
Symbols: Cross + Crescent
Philanthropy: Feeding America
Signature Events: Feeding America
Phi Delta Theta
Phi Delta Theta was built on three pillars that haven’t budged an inch since the Fraternity was founded by “The Immortal Six” way back in 1848 at Miami University. The pillars are: The cultivation of friendship among its members, the acquirement individually of a high degree of mental culture, and the attainment personally of a high standard of morality. Shortened, we refer to the principles as friendship, sound learning and rectitude.
Helping every individual to meet his true potential is the bedrock of the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. By celebrating each person’s true self, and by learning from each others strengths while helping to improve each others weaknesses, every member of Phi Delta Theta develops into a greater version of himself than he could ever on his own. Rather than try to find young men to “mold” into some ideal, we celebrate the uniqueness of each individual and, through encouragement, values, example and brotherhood, empower every brother to exceed his personal expectations.
Chapter Designation: West Virginia Alpha
Founded: December 26, 1848
Local Chapter Founded: March 12, 1927
Flower: White Carnation
Colors: Azure and Argent
Symbols: Shield and Sword
Signature Events: Strikeout for ALS
Phi Gamma Delta
Phi Gamma Delta exists to promote lifelong friendships, to reaffirm high ethical standards and values, and to foster personal development in the pursuit of excellence. Phi Gamma Delta is committed to provide opportunities for each brother to develop responsibility, leadership, scholarship, and social skills in order to become a fully contributing member of society. Also at Phi Gamma Delta we stand very strong to our 5 core values: Friendship, Knowledge, Service, Morality, and Excellence.
Chapter Designation: Mu Alpha
Founded: May 1, 1848
Local Chapter Founded: January 19, 1974
Flower: Purple Clematis
Colors: Purple, White, and Gold
Symbols: Diamond with star in the middle
Phi Kappa Psi
Phi Kappa Psi has had a long history at WVU. The Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity engages men of integrity, further develops their intellect and enhances community involvement. With a legacy built on acceptance and trust, each brother realizes his highest potential through a lifelong experience of service and excellence. The Fraternity motto, "The Great Joy of Serving Others" clearly exemplifies the priorities of the Phi Kappa Psi brotherhood, and the organization works to better all aspects of their own lives along with others.
Chapter Designation: WV Alpha Colony
Founded: February 19, 1852
Local Chapter Founded: May 23, 1890
Flower: Jacqueminot Rose
Colors: Cardinal Red & Hunter Green
Philanthropy: Boy's and Girl's Club of America
Signature Events: Phi Kappa Psi National Day of Service, Founder's Day
Phi Sigma Kappa
Phi Sigma Kappa is a lifelong brotherhood dedicated to the betterment of the individual, the university community, and our world, by giving its members opportunities to develop leadership skills, participate in service to others, achieve academic excellence, experience cultural diversity and practice personal integrity. The fraternity is devoted to the promotion of its three Cardinal Principles: the promotion of brotherhood, the stimulation of scholarship, and the development of character. Most of its first two dozen chapters were granted to schools in New England and Pennsylvania, therefore its early development was strongly Eastern in character, eventually operating chapters at six of the eight Ivy League schools as well as more egalitarian state schools. It later expanded to the South and West. The fraternity has approximately 90 active chapters and colonies in North America.
Chapter Designation: Delta Chapter
Founded: March 15, 1873
Local Chapter Founded: February 21, 1891
Flower: Red Carnation, White Tea Rose
Colors: Red, Silver
Symbols: The Triple T's
Philanthropy: Special Olympics
Signature Events: Broom Ball
Pi Kappa Alpha
Pi Kappa Alpha was founded in Room 47 West Range at the University of Virginia in 1868. Since then, it's developed into an international brotherhood and become one of the largest fraternal organizations in the world. Pi Kappa Alpha has remained dedicated to developing men of integrity, intellect, success and high moral character, and to fostering a truly lifelong fraternal experience.
Our chapter known as the Alpha Theta chapter has more alumni than the very first chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha. Our chapter is an over 100 man chapter with many different types of men. Homecoming kings, past IFC presidents, sports players, club members and other organization members. We all come from different backgrounds and places. This makes us diverse and an organization where we will develop you into a successful individual yet you will still be yourself.
Chapter Designation: Alpha Theta Chapter
Local Chapter Founded: 1903
Flower: Lilly of the Valley
Colors: Garnet & Old Gold
Symbols: White Horse, Oak Tree, Shield & Diamond, Dagger & Key
Philanthropy: Taylor Trudeau Cycle for Life
Signature Events: Founders Day Formal, Spring Formal, Fall Formal, Fireman's Challenge, Cycle for Life, International Work Day
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Colonized on April 22nd 2006, the WV Gamma chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon was born to be something unique. We sought out men who distinguished themselves as leaders and promoted academic excellence, joining together to form the West Virginia Gamma Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Less than a year later, on April 21st, 2007, The West Virginia Gamma Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon received our national charter. In our time at WVU, we have produced outstandingly successful alumni, three Student Body Presidents, numerous members of Student Government and student organizations, and have achieved various accolades such as “Outstanding Fraternity Scholarship”, “Highest Community Service”, and the official “Best Fraternity On Campus”. In the community we strive for growth and philanthropy. As a fraternity, we raise thousands of dollars every year for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, along with taking part in various community projects here in Morgantown, such as the Salvation Army Soup Kitchen, the Winter Weatherization Posse, and other projects. WVU SAE is a name we keep close to our hearts, and with that our standard for brothers of the West Virginia Gamma chapter remains high to be the True Gentlemen of West Virginia University.
Chapter Designation: West Virginia Gamma Chapter
Founded: March 9, 1856
Local Chapter Founded: April 21, 2007
Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold
Symbols: Lion, Phoenix, Fleur-de-lis
Philanthropy: Children's Miracle Network Hospitals
Signature Events: Winter Weatherization Posse, WVU Chili Cookoff, SAE Parent’s Dinner, Spring Formal
Sigma Alpha Mu
Sigma Alpha Mu, Epsilon Theta (Sammy) is a very young, but rapidly growing, chapter on campus. Founded just 10 years ago this coming October, the chapter has since exploded in size and campus recognition over the last several semesters. Sigma Alpha Mu has won the 'Best Fraternity On Campus' award twice during their short tenure here, and will continue to strive for excellence over the upcoming years - Fast and Firm.
Chapter Designation: Epsilon Theta
Local Chapter Founded: 2006
Flower: Purple Aster
Colors: Purple & White
Symbols: Octagon, Fleur-De-Lis
Philanthropy: The Judy Fund (Alzheimer's)
Signature Events: Sammy Showdown
Chapter Designation: Mu Mu Chapter
Local Chapter Founded: 1895
Flower: white rose
Colors: blue and old gold
Motto: In Hoc Signo Vinces
Signature Events: Derby Days
The WVU Gamma Pi chapter of Sigma Nu contains over 70 brothers who are highly active within IFC, SGA, ROTC, and other campus organizations. We pride ourselves on our comprehensive LEAD program that develops men into leaders throughout campus and within life. In 2015, our chapter hosted its first annual Sigma Nu Bubble Feud, participated in athletic intramurals, witnessed military enlistments, attended marriages of brothers, and cheered on the old gold and blue. Thanks to a dedicated group of alumni that work hard daily for the chapter, Sigma Nu secured permanent housing at 617 Spruce Street in Fall of 2015. Through a campaign for capital donations, our chapter has raised over 1 million dollars from Gamma Pi alumni across the span of nearly 70 years of excellence.
Chapter Designation: Gamma Pi Chapter
Founded: January 1, 1869
Local Chapter Founded: February 23, 1904
Flower: White Rose
Colors: Black, White, and Gold
Philanthropy: St Jude's Miracle Network
Signature Events: Bubble Feud for St Jude Philanthropy, White Rose Formal
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Sigma Phi Epsilon is a national fraternity founded at Richmond College upon the cardinal principles of virtue, diligence, and brotherly love. SigEp uses a non-pledging membership development program called the Balanced Man Program, which encourages members to maintain a sound mind and sound body throughout college. Our goal is to set brothers up success while in college and for success in the future. We are proud of our strong academic record, our philanthropic efforts each semester, and the history we have on the campus of WVU.
Chapter Designation: West Virginia Beta
Founded: November 1, 1901
Local Chapter Founded: March 25, 1903
Flowers: Violet & Dark Red Rose
Colors: Purple and Red
Symbols: Skull and Crossbones within Black Heart
Philanthropy: Big Brothers Big Sisters
Signature Events: Sand Soccer Philanthropy
Theta Chi Fraternity is one of the oldest and largest men’s fraternities in North America today. Our past is indeed proud, reflecting a society founded by two young idealistic cadets. For 46 years, Theta Chi was but one chapter, Alpha at Norwich University. Our growth from 1902 and over the next century is a tribute to the standards, ideals, and objectives of those cadets and over 161,000 men who have followed them and taken the vows of Theta Chi Fraternity. Those ideals and standards are as attractive and as meaningful today as in 1856. Our growth and expansion demonstrate that there are many thousands of young men who join our chapters and colonies each year to share in that brotherhood.
Our fraternity prides itself on its ability to help young
men of character to achieve the best college experience possible. Our maxim
states “Alma Mater First and Theta Chi for Alma Mater.” This definitely sums up
our commitment to excellence academically. As a fraternity, we strive to be
above the All Men’s GPA because we realize that although college is the “best
four years of your life,” it is also the four years that will determine the
rest of your life. We Theta Chi’s are also noted for our campus involvement and
helping the community.
Chapter Designation: Alpha Kappa Chapter
Founded: April 10, 1856
Local Chapter Founded: February 8, 1921
Flower: Red Carnation
Colors: Military Red & White
Philanthropy: United Service Organizations
Signature Events: USO Philanthropy
National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc.
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. was founded on December 4th, 1906 at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. The visionary founders, known as the “Jewels” of the fraternity instilled the mission of developing leaders, promoting brotherhood and academic excellence all while providing service and advocacy for the communities in which we serve. These “Jewels” and early leaders of the fraternity succeeded in laying a firm foundation for Alpha Phi Alpha's principles of scholarship, fellowship, good character, and the uplifting of humanity. Since its inception Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. has supplied voice and vision to the struggle of African Americans and people of color around the world.
Founded: December 4, 1906
Local Chapter Founded: September 4, 1984
Flower: Yellow Rose
Colors: Black and Old Gold
Signature Events: Homecoming PartyWalk Stroll Competition, Miss Black and Gold Scholarship Pageant, Pillow Talk Series
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated is an organization of college educated women committed to constructive development of its members and to public service with a primary focus on the Black community. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. is a private, not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to provide assistance and support through established programs in local communities throughout the world. Since its founding more than 200,000 women have joined the organization. The major programs of the sorority are based upon the organization's Five-Point Program Thrust of Economic Development, Educational Development, International Awareness and Involvement, Physical and Mental Health, and Political Awareness and Involvement.
Chapter Designation: Omicron Upsilon Chapter
Founded: January 13, 1913
Local Chapter Founded: April 30,1984
Flower: African Violets
Colors: Crimson and Cream
Symbols: Lady Fortitude
Philanthropy: The Delta House, Delta Gems, Delta Academy
Signature Events: Soul Food dinner, Remember the Fallen, Read-a-aloud, Participated in the annual Heart walk with the American Heart Association, Feeding the homeless
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. was found on the campus of Indiana University in 1911. Built on the values of achievement in every field of human endeavor, the fraternity has implemented several national programs to not only help the community but also to groom & guide young men. With programs such as Guide Right, Kappa League, etc., Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. does their part in providing leadership and mentors to those who may not have one. As a chapter it is our goal/mission to raise the standard and carry out the objectives of our Great Fraternity.
Chapter Designation: Epsilon Chi Chapter
Founded: January 5, 1911
Local Chapter Founded: March 31, 1969
Flower: Red Carnation
Colors: Crimson & Cream
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. was founded on January 16, 1920 at Howard University, Washington, D.C. Five coeds established a sorority which would directly affect positive change, take action, encourage the highest standards of scholastic achievement, and foster a greater sense of unity among its members. Being a community-conscious, action-orientated organization; Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. strives on four principles scholarship, service, sisterhood, and finer womanhood.
Chapter Designation: Eta Omicron
Founded: January 16, 1920
Local Chapter Founded: April 24, 1993
Flower: White Rose
Colors: Royal Blue and White
Signature Events: Z-HOPE, Stork's Nest, National Education Foundation, Elder Care Initiative, etc.
Alpha Omega Epsilon
Mission Statement: Alpha Omega Epsilon is a professional and social sorority for women in engineering and technical science majors founded in 1983 that promotes friendship, leadership, and professionalism to all members of the organization, the community, and our professions."The sisters create a friendly, warm atmosphere where integrity, character, and self-confidence can foster. The sorority hopes to enlighten female engineers to the career opportunities available. Alpha Omega Epsilon encourages ties with other Greek Organizations, leads to the discovery of additional extracurricular activities, and aids in pursuing contacts with engineers in industry. The sisters of Alpha Omega Epsilon are proud of the principles the organization stands for, and always welcomes young women who can share in the dreams and reap the benefits that Alpha Omega Epsilon has to offer. Alpha Omega Epsilon, as a young organization, allows each member to play a significant part in realizing the group's future goals."
Chapter Designation: Beta Eta Chapter
Founded: November 13, 1983
Local Chapter Founded: August 25, 2012
Flower: White Rose
Colors: Royal Blue, Silver, and White
Philanthropy: FIRST Robotics
Signature Events: Red Shoe Relay Walkathon and Corn Hole for a Cause
Alpha Omicron Pi
Omicron Pi is a fraternity of women who live to promote the values
of simplicity, integrity, circumspection, tolerance, generosity, personal
dignity, and love. We work everyday to be living symbols of these values and to
fulfill our purpose of standing at all times for character, dignity,
scholarship and college loyalty.
The Sigma Alpha chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi strives to create an environment where our mission, "women enriched through lifelong friendship", can be pursued. Through philanthropy, leadership, scholarship, and friendship we are able to serve the community and each other while working to become the best version of ourselves. While we are each individually unique, Alpha Omicron Pi is proud to have a strong sisterhood that builds character and confidence in all members.Sisters. Living our Values. Changing the Future.
Chapter Designation: Sigma Alpha Chapter
Founded: January 2, 1897
Local Chapter Founded: August 23, 1986
Flower: The Jacqueminot Rose
Symbols: Ruby, Wheat, Panda
Philanthropy: Arthritis Research and the American Juvenile Arthritis Organization
Signature Events: Strike Out Arthritis, Sisters for Soldiers, Honor Flight, Rose Ball
Alpha Phi provides a vast amount of opportunities - whether that is in academics, leadership, philanthropy or in friendship. We are a chapter of volunteers, supporters, contributors, scholars, friends, leaders and doers. Internationally, Alpha Phi stretches from coast to coast through 164 collegiate campuses and more than 200,000 members. The magnitude of a support system and networking that large is virtually unattainable anywhere else. Like all of those chapters across North America, the Beta Iota chapter shares a commitment to pursuing excellence in everything we do.
Chapter Designation: Beta Iota Chapter
Founded: October 10, 1872
Local Chapter Founded: April 10, 1930
Flower: Forget-me-not & lily of the valley
Colors: Silver & bordeaux
Symbols: Ivy leaf
Philanthropy: Women's Heart Health
Signature Events: Red Dress Gala, Bounce for Beats Week, King of Hearts
Alpha Xi Delta
The mission of Alpha Xi Delta Fraternity is to enrich the life of every Alpha Xi Delta. We will:
Nurture unity and cooperation. Foster intellectual, professional and personal growth. Exemplify the highest ethical conduct. Instill community responsibility. Perpetuate fraternal growth.
These things do we earnestly desire: A clear vision of life, that with gracious and kindly hearts we may share both joy and sorrow and bring into living reality the Sisterhood of women.
An appreciation of real merit and worth, steadfastness of soul, that without bitterness or defeat we may encounter misfortune and with humility meet success.
These things, O Lord, help us to
instill within our hearts that we may grow in courage and graciousness and
Chapter Designation: Iota Chapter
Founded: April 17, 1893
Local Chapter Founded: May 4, 1905
Flower: pink rose
Colors: light blue, dark blue, gold
Philanthropy: Autism Speaks
Signature Events: Kickball Frenxi, Amaxing Challenge Step It Up 5K
Chi Omega is an intergenerational women’s organization forever committed to our founding purposes- friendship, personal integrity, service to others, academic excellence, and intellectual pursuits. We are sisters inspired by our values who serve the world while keeping Chi Omega ever at heart. Chi Omega provides a steady, consistent guide for sisters to create a path of purpose and success. Throughout her life, Chi Omega will inspire her to pursue her purpose, in whatever way she defines it.
Not only are we sisters for purpose, we are sisters on purpose.
Chapter Designation: Theta Chapter
Founded: April 5, 1895
Local Chapter Founded: June 2, 1905
Flower: White Carnation
Colors: Cardinal and Straw
Symbols: Owl, Skull and Crossbones
Philanthropy: Make a Wish Foundation
Signature Events: White Carnation Ball, Paintball Philanthropy, Cornhole Philanthropy, Winter Formal, Spring Formal, Valentine's Crush Party, Coopers Rock Sisterhood Event, Trampoline Park Sisterhood Event, Chi Yoga
Delta Gamma is a women’s Fraternity that was founded in 1873 in Oxford, Mississippi by three women. Since then, the fraternity has strived to “foster high ideals of friendship among women, to promote their educational and cultural interests, to create in them a true sense of social responsibility and to develop in them the best qualities of character.”
As Delta Gamma women, we carry the motto “Do Good” very close to our hearts. Whether we are participating in the Golden Anchor Program, which entails us volunteering with senior citizens, or raising money for Service for Sight, a Foundation built by Delta Gamma to assist visually impaired, we are committed to making the world better.
Chapter Designation: Alpha Xi Chapter
Founded: December 25, 1873
Local Chapter Founded: 1922
Flower: Cream Colored Rose
Colors: Bronze, Pink, and Blue
Philanthropy: Service for Sight
Signature Events: Anchor Bowl, and Service for Slice
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Kappa Kappa Gamma is an organization of women, which seeks for every member throughout her life bonds of friendship, mutual support, opportunities for self-growth, respect for intellectual development, and an understanding of and an allegiance to positive ethical principles. The Beta Upsilon chapter women strive to fulfill the Kappa Kappa Gamma mission statement in all their endeavors. We serve the community, our local philanthropies, and our national philanthropy through weekly community service projects, public outreach, donations, and fundraising events. We believe in achieving the highest academic success while growing our social connections to become cultured and sophisticated women who are ready to take on their aspirations after their undergraduate experience. The Beta Upsilon chapter is truly your home away from home; a place of friendship, support, positive encouragement, and a lifetime of memories.
Chapter Designation: Beta Upsilon Chapter
Founded: October 13, 1870
Local Chapter Founded: December 22, 1906
Flower: Fleur-de-lis (Iris)
Colors: Dark blue and light blue
Symbols: The owl, the key, the Fleur-de-lis
Philanthropy: Reading is Fundamental
Signature Events: Hoops for Huggins (philanthropy for the Norma Mae Huggins Cancer Research Endowment Fund), Sapphire Ball (Formal), Reading is Key Event (philanthropy where we visit, read, and donate books to a local elementary school), Parent Date Party (fundraiser gala), and weekly community service events
Pi Beta Phi
The mission of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women is to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service. The vision of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women is to be recognized as a premier organization for women by providing lifelong enrichment to its members and contributing to the betterment of society. The founders of Pi Beta Phi created the Fraternity to cultivate lifelong friendships among its members and inspire them to achieve the highest and best in life. Pi Beta Phi’s many programs offer a variety of services and benefits to its members including a lifetime of sisterhood, personal development, philanthropic service, leadership opportunities, mentor relationships and networking.
Chapter Designation: West Virginia Alpha
Founded: April 28, 1867
Local Chapter Founded: 1918
Flower: Wine Carnation
Colors: Wine and Silver Blue
Symbols: Official symbol is the Golden Arrow. Unofficial symbol is an Angel
Signature Events: Arrowspike, CAR (Champions are Readers), Lemonade for Literacy
Membership in Sigma Kappa is not just for four years, it's for life. The purpose of Sigma Kappa Sorority is to provide women lifelong opportunities and support for social, intellectual, and spiritual development by bringing women together to positively impact our communities. Membership is a lifelong commitment to the shared bond of our values: friendship, service, personal growth and loyalty. Sigma Kappa is more than just a collegiate experience. It marks the beginning of a relationship that will last for a lifetime
Chapter Designation: Theta Chi Chapter
Founded: November 9, 1874
Local Chapter Founded: April 22, 1991
Flower: Wild Purple Violet
Colors: Lavender and Maroon
Symbols: Dove and Heart
Philanthropy: Alzheimer’s Disease/Gerontology, The Maine Sea Coast Mission, Inherit the Earth
Signature Events: Sigma Sluggers
It is the policy of the Office of Greek Life not to provide anyone with the name or contact information for individual student leaders. However, each fraternity and sorority chapter has a mailbox in our office that is checked regularly. You may send mail to each chapter by addressing it like this:
Chapter Name Here
c/o Office of Greek Life
PO Box 6505
Morgantown, WV 26506