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Greek Life has been a part of tradition and campus life at Virginia Wesleyan for more than four decades. Sigma Nu was the first fraternity to arrive at VWC in 1974. The first sorority was Alpha Sigma Alpha in 1976. Greek members are active on campus, serving in leadership roles, on athletic teams, and giving back to the community through service and philanthropy.
Each chapter at VWC offers an experience of brotherhood and sisterhood. Fraternity and sorority members strive for academic excellence and provide scholastic assistance to their members through tutoring, academic coaching, scholarships, and awards. Greeks are involved in community service, including the annual college service event, Special Olympics. In addition, the Greek experience develops leadership, interpersonal communication skills, time management, and self-confidence.
We are excited that you are interested in the Greek Community! For more information, visit the Student Activities Office in the Jane P. Batten Student Center.
President: Alex Fernandez
Chapter Name: Epsilon Delta
Phi Kappa Tau's National website
President: Nic Snyder
Chapter Name: Iota Beta
Sigma Nu's National website
President: Denisha Howard
Chapter Name: Sigma Omicron
Alpha Kappa Alpha's National website
President: Morgan Piero
Chapter Name: Epsilon Eta
Alpha Sigma Alpha's National website
President: Emily Joy
Chapter Name: Epsilon Sigma
Phi Sigma Sigma's National website
IFC promotes and perpetuates the best interests of Greek Life by establishing unity and spirit among the fraternities. IFC offers scholarships for outstanding academic performance, and coordinates campus recruitment for all member fraternities.
President: Kyle Grabulis
VP Finance and Records: Robert Sanders
VP of Recruitment: Bijan Epps
Panhellenic Council facilitates communication among chapters, organizes cross-chapter events, and promotes the ideals of scholarship, leadership, philanthropy, and sisterhood. It consists of three national recognized National Panhellenic Conference sororities: Alpha Sigma Alpha, Phi Sigma Sigma, and Sigma Sigma Sigma. Also included are associate members Alpha Kappa Alpha and Zeta Phi Beta of the National Pan-Hellenic Council. It oversees formal recruitment of sororities.
President: Hannah Louk
VP of Recruitment: Taylor Nichols
Treasurer / Secretary: Ingrid Ceron
Gamma Sigma Alpha promotes intellectual interaction between Greeks and the academic community. Juniors and Seniors are eligible based on a cumulative GPA of 3.65.
Order of Omega is a leadership honorary that recognizes Juniors and Seniors who have contributed to the Greek community and the campus.
Rho Lambda honors women within Panhellenic who have exhibited the highest qualities of leadership and service by furthering the ideals of the Panhellenic system.