Greek & Service Organizations
Alpha Phi Omega
Alpha Phi Omega, Nu Delta chapter, is a national co-ed service fraternity that has promoted brotherhood through the principles of leadership, friendship, and service since the fraternity’s founding in 1925 and here at LVC since this chapter’s establishment in 1960. Involved in numerous service and social opportunities, the fraternity is open to all male and female students interested in serving the campus, community, nation, and fraternity.
Alpha Sigma Tau
Alpha Sigma Tau is the first national sorority (founded in 1899) to receive recognition by the College in 1992. The sisters of AST strive to contribute their share to mankind by participating in and hosting many service projects that occur annually, semesterly, and even weekly. They challenge their women to push themselves to grow both academically and personally with the help and support of the sisters that surround them. AST strives to promote the cultural, ethical, and social development of its members, and challenges them to push themselves to grow both academically and personally with the help and support of the sisters that surround them. Learn more about us by visiting our instagram, twitter, and facebook accounts.
Gamma Sigma Sigma
The Beta Chi chapter of Gamma Sigma Sigma is a national Greek service and social sorority that promotes service, friendship, and equality among its members. Gamma Sig is composed of young students with various backgrounds, majors, and hobbies; and participates in many charitable events.
Greek Council was established to foster loyalty to the ideals of the College and campus community, to promote the intellectual and social life of Greek members and the individual organizations, and to promote interest in Greek life. The Council is made up of two representatives from the social and service fraternities and sororities who act as a liaison between Greek organizations, the student body, administration, and faculty.
Panhellenic Council is a national organization that aims to unite a total of 26 national sorority organizations, and to promote sisterhood as a whole. The Lebanon Valley College chapters of Alpha Sigma Tau and Phi Sigma Sigma are members of the Panhellenic Council. Representatives from each sisterhood meet to discuss unity, fundraising, and work together to promote the sorority life on campus.
Phi Lambda Sigma
Phi Lambda Sigma, or PHILO, was established in 1867. PHILO is a social fraternity interested in promoting brotherhood and interaction.
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a professional acting social fraternity for men interested in music. A national fraternity, this organization has among its members some of the leading conductors, composers, and musical performers in the country. Consideration for membership is open to any male student in good academic standing with an appreciation for music.
The Iota Kappa chapter, founded at the College in 1960, has received the Charles E. Lutton Award for the best chapter in the state. Sinfonia sponsors the annual Reynaldo Rovers All-American concert, a high school jazz festival, and the spring musical in cooperation with the Wig and Buckle Theater Company.
Phi Sigma Sigma
Phi Sigma Sigma is a national sorority that received recognition by the College in 1996. The sorority strives to create an environment that fosters the advancement of womanhood and the growth and development of each member. Phi Sigma Sigma sisters participate in philanthropic service each year.
Sigma Alpha Iota
Sigma Alpha Iota, a nationally recognized professional women’s music fraternity, strives to further the cause of music through the development of talent. The Delta Alpha chapter, established at the College in 1961, admits women in any major with a 2.5 or higher GPA and a strong interest in music. SAI sponsors campus concerts and co-sponsors the spring musical with Sinfonia and Alpha Phi Omega.
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Tau Kappa Epsilon is the first national social fraternity to receive College recognition and approval. Formal acceptance into the national organization occurred in 1988.