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The Emerson College Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) system represents more than 100 years of student leadership, campus involvement, community service, academic achievement, and social development. Since the founding of our first chapter in 1902, our fraternities and sororities have provided students with a wealth of experiences that complement the College’s?educational mission.
Membership in one of these organizations is an enjoyable and educational experience. Opportunities are available to all students regardless of gender, race, religion, national origin, age, disability, or sexual orientation.
Emerson College currently recognizes ten Fraternity and Sorority organizations: four sororities, three fraternities, and three co-educational fraternities. Each organization is unique with its own traditions and values, but each shares a commitment to scholarship, friendship, philanthropy, community service, and involvement.
Wanting to become a member of Fraternity and Sorority Life can feel intimidating and overwhelming. You've probably heard stories from friends at other colleges about their rush week and pledging and how stressful the process can be. At Emerson, we strive to create a recruitment process that helps any student find an organization best suited for them, as well as a new member education process that prepares potential new members for joining one of our esteemed organizations.
Because joining a fraternity or sorority is a serious commitment, both in time and resources, Student Leadership and Engagement hosts New Member Info Sessions prior to the start of the recruitment process. All students going through recruitment are required to attend one of these hour long sessions. These mandatory informational sessions will give you the resources and tools to be more prepared during FSL Recruitment. Emerson IDs will be swiped at the New Member Info Session and you must be present the entire session. This session is mandatory and there will be no exceptions made.
Spring 2019 Sessions will be held at the following dates and times:
- Wednesday, January 23 - 12pm - Multipurpose Room (150 Boylston St.)
- Thursday, January 24?- 12pm - Multipurpose Room (150 Boylston St.)
- Monday, January 28?- 5pm - Multipurpose Room (150 Boylston St.)
- Tuesday, January 29?- 5pm - Multipurpose Room (150 Boylston St.)
- Wednesday, January 30?- 6pm - Bill Bordy Theater (216 Tremont)
After you attend a New Member Info Session, you are free to attend recruitment events that occur in the first two weeks of the semester. At those events, ask questions of current members to find out if the organization is a good fit for you. Take time to to learn more about the recruitment and selection process. Find out about membership requirements and any financial obligations to the organization. Be yourself and enjoy the chance to get to know our chapters better.
Each organization has different criteria for becoming a member.
- All FSL organizations require at minimum a 2.0 Grade Point Average, although some may require a higher GPA average.
- Most organizations require full-time student status, although some may allow part-time students to join. Please contact individual chapters for more specific information on becoming a member.
- All organizations require some level of financial commitment. Paying regular dues not only keeps our organizations running, paying dues is an important part of being a good brother or sister.
We know one of the biggest concerns in joining a fraternity or sorority is the potential for hazing. Emerson College takes the topic of hazing very seriously.
Hazing?is defined as any action or situation that recklessly or intentionally endangers the mental or physical health or safety of a student for the purpose of initiation or admission into or affiliation with any student club/ organization operating under the sanction of the College.
Our fraternities and sororities are trained on the importance of creating a safe environment for all of our community and pledge to not engage in behaviors that are dangerous or harmful to others. If you are concerned about an Emerson College student or student group that has engaged in hazing, please report your concern by completing this?online?form.
Fraternity and Sorority Council is the official governing body that recognizes all Fraternity and Sorority organizations. Composed of delegates from all recognized fraternities and sororities, the Council works to promote Fraternity and Sorority life on campus and coordinate projects and events to serve the College and the Boston community. To contact Fraternity and Sorority Council, send an email to FSLcouncilemerson [dot] edu (subject: FSL%20Council)
Fraternities and Sororities
Alpha Epsilon Phi is a national sorority founded in 1909 to promote esteem and sorority fidelity. AEPhi Beta Alpha Chapter is composed of a diverse group of women brought together by their common values of honesty, philanthropy, scholarship, leadership, tradition, pride, fun, sisterhood, and growth. As a social sorority, AEPhi organizes sister and Emerson events, as well as devotes time to local and national philanthropies. The sisters of the Beta Alpha Chapter at Emerson are especially dedicated to the fight against breast cancer, raising thousands to help the cause. As a national sorority, AEPhi works with other local chapters and participates in AEPhi’s annual National Convention. Alpha Epsilon Phi provides a lifetime bond of friendship and sisterhood. AEPhi is accepting of all students who identify as women, regardless of gender assigned at birth.
Founded in 2013, Alpha Phi Omega (APO) is a national service all-gender fraternity composed of college students gathered together in an organization based on fraternalism and founded on the principles of Leadership, Friendship, and Service and its aim is to further the freedom that is our national, educational, and intellectual heritage. Its purpose is to develop leadership, promote friendship, and provide service to humanity. APO is inclusive of all gender identity.
Alpha Pi Theta is a local social fraternity with goals of brotherhood, love, and trust. The brothers have carried on that tradition through their spirit, enthusiasm, and dedication to the College. The brotherhood is actively concerned with the welfare of the fraternity and of the College. Theta sponsors various social events on campus.
Emerson's chapter of DKA was created in spring 2016 by a small collection of filmmakers, passionate about creating a place on campus to foster lifelong character, collaborative and creative storytelling, ethical and productive business practices, philanthropic action, and fraternal bonds by and between students of the cinematic arts. United by a common interest of professional development in the cinematic arts and collaboration through strong moral character, the organization looks to provide a place for Emerson filmmakers to find who they are as creators, storytellers, and members of society. DKA is inclusive of all gender identity.
A professional sorority founded at Emerson in 1902, Kappa Gamma Chi is committed to serving the College and local community by fostering the development of professional, strong, and independent women. The sisters expect and demand the highest standards for every active member. As primary organizers of Emerald Empowerment, a week dedicated to bringing awareness of abuse and assault, Kappa has cemented its self and its members as a valuable asset to the college community. Kappa Gamma Chi is accepting of all students who identify as women, regardless of gender assigned at birth.
Founded in 1902, Phi Alpha Tau is the nation’s oldest professional communicative arts fraternity. Originally created to foster debate, Tau has evolved with Emerson over the past 115 years to include all areas of the communicative arts. The fraternity gives the Joseph E. Connor Award and the Dr. David Brudnoy Memorial Award to outstanding leaders in the communicative arts and in Boston’s community. Tau is accepting of all students who identify as men, regardless of gender assigned at birth.
The Massachusetts?Epsilon chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon at Emerson College is a social based fraternity that maintains the highest standards of a true gentleman. Through philanthropy, community service, and social outreach, the brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon aim to maintain the values of a fraternity that has been around 161 years.
Sigma Pi Theta has emerged as a support group for women. It is dedicated to stimulating unity, growth, support, and awareness among the women of Emerson College. It encourages the growth of the individual, the sorority, and the College community via workshops and activities held throughout the year.
Xi Gamma Nu was established to cultivate academic excellence, alumnae engagement, character development, open mindedness, and inclusion among the women of Emerson College. Gamma seeks to combine both professional and social sorority standards, and having been established in a modern era, Gamma allows for new members to contribute in a meaningful way to develop traditions in our sisterhood. Based on our core value of character development, Gammas believe that leadership lies in every woman, and further, every woman deserves a space on campus to develop that skill. Xi Gamma Nu is accepting of all students who identify as women, regardless of gender assigned at birth.
Zeta Phi Eta, established at Emerson College in 1908, is a national professional coed fraternity in the communication arts and sciences. Founded at Northwestern University in 1893, Zeta Phi Eta is the oldest national group of its kind. Since that time, Zeta has bonded together individuals committed to high standards in the communication arts and sciences, while providing opportunities for sharing professional interests through worthwhile activities. The sisters and brothers of Zeta Phi Eta are strongly involved with the campus community, in addition to working with many outside organizations, such as the AIDS Action Committee and the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk. Zeta is inclusive of all gender identity.