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Welcome to Roosevelt University! We’re excited that you’ve chosen Roosevelt and we hope that you’ll become involved in our campus community—and a great way to get connected to campus is through membership in a fraternity or sorority! Greek Life offers opportunities for leadership, academic enhancement, service and lifelong friendships. 

Our Greek community is comprised of men and women who value leadership, academics, community service & philanthropy, and brother/sisterhood. Becoming a member of a fraternity or sorority will provide you with personal development opportunities, close friendships, and the opportunity to affiliate with a community dedicated to scholarship, service, leadership, and friendship. As you explore the opportunities that the Roosevelt Greek community offers, we encourage you to keep an open mind, ask questions, and look for a chapter whose values are consistent with your own.

What is Greek Life?

Greek letter organizations date back to the early 1800’s when college men and women felt a need for organizations that centered around values and opportunities to further their college experience. With that, literary circles were created—many of which used Greek letters for their names. Over time, these organizations grew in popularity and began to expand to campuses across the country. 

Fraternities and sororities are much more than a student organization. Greek letter organizations are rooted in values to which their members must uphold. Each organization has a different set of values, however almost all value scholarship, philanthropy & service, leadership, and friendship. In addition, membership in a fraternity or sorority extends beyond your college years; joining is a lifetime commitment. 

Fraternities

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
Corey Simpson: corey.simpson92@gmail.com

Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Inc. 
Florencio Vera: fvera@mail.roosevelt.edu 

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
No current Roosevelt members

Sororities

Alpha Gamma Delta (Beta Upsilon Chapter)
Shelby Steele: ssteele01@mail.roosevelt.edu

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (Beta Chapter)
Katherine Childress: kchildress01@mail.roosevelt.edu 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Patricia Hudson: lambdadst@gmail.com

Gamma Phi Omega International Sorority, Inc.
Guadalupe Sandoval: gsandoval01@mail.roosevelt.edu 

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.
WInona McReynolds: wmcreynolds@mail.roosevelt.edu 

Co-Ed

Alpha Phi Omega Co-Ed Service Fraternity
Claudia Remy: crmey@mail.roosevelt.edu

Special Interest

Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity- Colony 
Lori Szerszen:

lszerszen@mail.roosevelt.edu

For additional questions, please contact:

Brian Donahue
Coordinator, Center for Student Involvement
bdonahue@roosevelt.edu 

Documents and Forms

Roosevelt University Relationship Statement and Standards of Excellence for the Greek Community

The Roosevelt University Relationship Statement and Standards of Excellence for the Greek Community outlines the relationship between the University and recognized fraternities and sororities. All chapters wishing to be a part of the Roosevelt community must remain in good standing and abide by the attached document.

Fraternity/Sorority Chapter Rosters

Each fraternity and sorority is responsible for submitting a chapter roster at the start of each semester as outlined in the Relationship Statement. Below is an example roster and roster template. Roster templates will be e-mailed to the chapter representative at the start of each semester.

Roster EXAMPLE (this outlines how you should fill it out)