Illinois State University features a diverse range of nationally recognized social organizations approved by the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life.
Contact: Albert Lucenti III
Acacia (AKAK) is a social fraternity whose key values are virtue, knowledge, and truth.
Contact: Tessa Colburn
Known as the first secret society for women, this sorority was founded based on principles of scholarship, leadership, sisterhood, and service.
Contact: Ethan Shemoney
This fraternity provides opportunities for the Jewish college man seeking the best possible college and fraternity experience and develops future leaders.
Contact: Mackenzie Escher
This sorority prides itself on academic excellence, leadership, high ideals and sisterhood.
Contact: Maggie Durkin
This sorority promotes friendships, inspires academic excellence and develops leadership skills through service to the sorority and community.
Contact: Nichola Moody
This fraternity develops leaders, promotes brotherhood, and academic excellence while providing service and advocacy for our communities.
Contact: Lisette Munoz
The nation's first and largest co-ed Latino based fraternity that is open to men and women from a variety of ethnicities and backgrounds.
Contact: Donald McGrath
This social fraternity emphasizes scholarship and service.
Contact: Deanna Dicristina
This women's social fraternity believes in community, academics, service, and philanthropy and proudly supports and partners with the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Contact: Alycia Rogus
This sorority provides a perpetual bond of friendship among members and develops a stronger and more womanly character, broadening the moral and intellectual life and assisting members in every possible way.
Contact: Jenae Vaughn
This sorority is comprised of college-educated women dedicated to public service with an emphasis on programs that target the African American community.
Contact: David Aschenbrenner
The purpose of the Fraternity shall be to establish and promote Undergraduate Chapters to enhance the development and education of Undergraduate Members.
Contact: Taylor Karey
This sorority is greatly involved in the community, philanthropies, and enriching lives.
Contact: Caleb Skoog
This agriculture fraternity encourages growth in the intellectual, physical, social/moral and spiritual aspects of their lives.
Contact: Elizabeth Szymonik
This sorority provides lifetime leadership and educational opportunities that equip strong, intelligent women with the tools they need to achieve their greatest potentials.
Contact: Cristina Ariza
This Latina-oriented organization unites women through sisterhood and encourages women to excel academically, serve the community, raise cultural awareness, and promote sisterhood.
President: Tyson Brown
Founded in 1911, this fraternity is open to all men who strive for achievement in every field of the human endeavor.
Contact: Daniel Kogan
We promote friendship, loyalty, and brotherly feeling.
Contact: Matthew Chiavola
This fraternity inspires and equips men to lead an ethical life of growth, service, and leadership.
Contact: Jonathan Quezada
Our mission is to provide leadership in shaping the future of our Fraternity; deliver innovative solutions to help promote our brothers and fraternity achieve their goals; and, to raise the social and cultural conscience of the Latino college student and community.
Contact: Arielle Steward
This sorority is committed to the development of collegiate and professional women through sisterhood, diversity, leadership, service and academic excellence.
Contact: Rodney Nelson
Men of like ideas and similar attainments of Fellowship and Manhood should bind themselves together in order to approach these ideals
Contact: Peter Gates III
This African American fraternity exemplifies the ideals of brotherhood, scholarship, and service and takes an inclusive perspective in serving the community.
Contact: Jonathan Sullens
Phi Gamma Delta's mission statement lists five core values for its members: friendship, knowledge, service, morality, and excellence.
Contact: Benjamin Mussell
This organization is dedicated to the advancement of music in America through fraternal brotherhood and loyalty to the Alma Mater.
Contact: Alyssa Scott
This social sorority exemplifies ideal sisterhood.
Contact: Maggie Amberg
This sorority is an organization in which individual development is a key component of the mission and vision.
Contact: Joshua Wilkerson
This fraternity was founded on the premise of creating leadership opportunities for men in the classroom, on the athletic field, in campus politics, and within the community.
Contact: Sarah Kilver
This professional agricultural sorority promotes scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship among its members.
Contact: Ricardo Lopez
It shall be the object of this Fraternity to form a close social and fraternal union of students at the various universities, colleges, and professional schools in America; to foster and maintain among its sons a spirit of fraternity, a spirit of mutual moral aid and support; to instill and maintain in the hearts of its sons, love for and loyalty to Alma Mater and its ideals, to inculcate among its sons such ideals as will result in actions worthy of the highest precepts of true manhood, democracy, and humanity.
Contact: Ranija Turner
This historically African American sorority aims to enhance the quality of life within the community. Public service, leadership development, and the education of youth are the hallmark of the organization's programs and activities.
Contact: Jonathan Samano
This fraternity recognizes the importance of fairness, opportunity, and the equality of all men no matter what their race, culture, or ethnicity.
Contact: Lysette Robles
Providing opportunities for female students to meet, work, and socialize with each other. Also providing the opportunity for its members to interact, network, and improvement of professionalism skills.
Contact: Mike Rubio
This fraternity is dedicated to developing ethical leaders inspired by the principles of love, honor, and truth.
Contact: Matthew Logan
Founded in 1897, this fraternity encourages its members to strive for excellence by living core values that promote fellowship, develop character and leadership, advance heightened moral awareness, enable academic achievement, and inspire service.
Contact: Lauren Tracy
A social sorority comprised of women who share a common bond of friendship and sisterhood. Here at Sigma Sigma Sigma, we do many community service projects and participate in numerous sisterhoods with the entire Greek community. Our philanthropy is the Sigma Sigma Sigma Foundation, which supports Child's Play Therapy.
Contact: Jada Williams
This historically African American national sorority raises the consciousness of their people, encourages the highest standards of scholastic achievement, and fosters a greater sense of unity among its members.