Fraternity & Sorority Life
Councils & Chapters
|Name of Chapter||Greek Letters||Council|
|Alpha Epsilon Pi||AEP||IFC|
|Phi Delta Theta||ΦΔΘ||IFC|
|Phi Kappa Theta||ΦKΘ||IFC|
|Pi Kappa Alpha||ΠKA||IFC|
|Pi Lambda Phi||ΠΛΦ||IFC|
|Sigma Alpha Epsilon||ΣAE||IFC|
|Tau Epsilon Phi||TEΦ||IFC|
|Name of Chapter||Greek Letters||Council|
|Alpha Epsilon Phi||AEΦ||CPH|
|Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.||AKA||MFSC|
|Alpha Theta Beta||AΘB||CPH|
|Delta Phi Epsilon||ΔΦE||CPH|
|Delta Phi Omega Sorority, Inc.||ΔΦΩ||MFSC|
|Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.||ΔΣΘ||MFSC|
|Lambda Theta Alpha Sorority, Inc.||ΛΘΑ||MFSC|
|Phi Sigma Sigma||ΦΣΣ||CPH|
Each organization is governed by a council. These councils are the coordinating and governing body for their affiliated organizations. There are four councils advised by fraternity and sorority life staff.
College Panhellenic Council (CPH)
The Panhellenic Council (CPH) serves as a governing body for sororities at Hofstra University. CPH's purpose is to foster the spirit of friendliness, cooperation, and goodwill and promote scholarship among the member organizations. Contact CPH at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interfraternity Council (IFC)
The Interfraternity Council (IFC) serves as a governing body for fraternities at Hofstra University. IFC's purpose is to foster cooperation between the member organizations and Hofstra University as well as to promote the interests of its member organizations. Contact IFC at email@example.com.
Multicultural Fraternity and Sorority Council (MFSC)
The Multicultural Fraternity and Sorority Council (MFSC) serves as a governing body for culturally based fraternities and sororities at Hofstra University. MFSC's purpose is to maintain unity among member organizations and promote excellence in academics, career, and personal growth. Contact MFSC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professional Fraternity Council
The Professional Fraternity Council (PFC) serves as a convening body for the professional/coed/special interest fraternities and sororities at Hofstra University. PFC is responsible for promoting and enhancing the professional interests of its member chapters, coordinating council-wide programs, and serving as a forum for sharing ideas and information. Contact PFC at email@example.com.
Greek life at Hofstra is a vital part of our community with a long history of fostering fellowship, leadership development, and community service. Hofstra actively supports recognized Greek organizations in their efforts to the community on and off campus.
We would like to advise all students, parents, and guardians that there are groups that are not recognized by the University. For your own well-being, you should not affiliate with any unrecognized Greek or other student organizations. Hofstra University does not advise or control the actions of any unrecognized groups. Inactive and unrecognized Greek chapters are not permitted to recruit, hold events, or induct new members. If you have any questions about whether a group is recognized or authorized to operate at the University, please contact the Office of Student Leadership and Engagement at OSLE@hofstra.edu or by phone at 516-463-6914.
|Chapter||Nicknames||Semester Removed||Reason For Removal|
|Alpha Phi Alpha, Fraternity, Inc.||Spring 2023||Inactive|
|Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.||Spring 2023||Inactive|
|Delta Chi||Summer 2022||Disciplinary|
|Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Inc.||Phi Iota, Phiota||Fall 2020||Inactive|
|Sigma Alpha Mu||SAM, Sammy||Fall 2019||Disciplinary|
|Delta Sigma Phi||DSP||Fall 2008||Disciplinary|
|Kappa Alpha Psi||Kappas||Spring 2007||Disciplinary|
|Omega Phi Chi||OPC||Fall 2017||Inactive|
|Phi Epsilon||Phi Ep||Spring 2013||Disciplinary|
|Sigma Delta Tau||SDT, Stress Management Club||Spring 2019||Disciplinary|
|Sigma Pi||Sigma Pi||Spring 2016||Disciplinary|
|Sigma Sigma Sigma||Tri Sig, Beta Sigma Phi||Fall 2008||Disciplinary|
|Tau Kappa Epsilon||Teke, TKE, Thuggish Kangaroos Everywhere||Spring 2017||Disciplinary|
|Zeta Beta Tau||ZBT||Fall 2008||Disciplinary|
Reasons for Removal
Disciplinary - These chapters were removed for various reasons by the institution and/or nationals. Reasons include but are not limited to hazing, alcohol and drug abuse, risk management violations, and failure to comply with University policies and expectations.
Inactive - These chapters were removed from campus for nondisciplinary reasons such as declining membership or by the choice of the undergraduate members.