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FROSTBURG STATE
Requirements to Join
Why Join?
In order to join any Greek student organization,
you must be a currently enrolled as a full-time
undergraduate student at Frostburg State University.
Each Greek-letter organization has grade point average
and credit hour requirements specific to their chapter,
but the university requirements are 12 ESTABLISHED
credit hours and a 2.3 cumulative grade point average.
FRESHMAN ARE NOT ALLOWED TO JOIN UNTIL SPRING
2012!
At Frostburg State we have more than 10 great reasons to go
Greek! Just take a look into each of our organizations and you
will see that membership has its privileges:
Exceptions to Grade Point Average:
Delta Zeta: 2.5 cumulative grade point average
Alpha Sigma Tau: 2.5 cumulative grade point average
All NPHC: 2.5 cumulative grade point average.
1.
A supportive community in which to grow and learn
2.
Commitment to and support for academic achievement
3.
Self-confidence and problem solving skills
4.
The opportunity to meet a wide range of people
5.
Enhancement of the college experience
6.
Involvement opportunities
7.
A national network of sisters, brothers, and alumni
8.
Community service experiences both on and off campus
9.
Development of necessary skills and hands-on
experience needed post graduation
F R O S T B U R G S TAT E U N I V E R S I T Y
JAMIE WINTERS
Assistant Director of Student Activities & Greek Life
101 Braddock Road
209 Lane University Center
Frostburg, Maryland
301.687.7398 • [email protected]
Be Invovled!
10. Local & national leadership opportunities & many more!
Be a Leader!
Be More!
Left to Right: Alpha Sigma Alpha Educational Program, “Spread the Word to End
the ‘R’ Word;” Delta Omicron participates in Lip Sync
Greek organizations raise money to benefit Allegany County Special Olympics at
the Hooley Plunge and gather together as new alumni at graduation.
FSU is committed to making all of its programs, services and activities accessible to persons
with disabilities. To request accommodation through the ADA Compliance Office, call
301.687.4102 or use a Voice Relay Operator at 1.800.735.2258.
BE
GREEK!
Left to Right: Phi Mu
Alpha Piano Bash at the
Frostburg Block Party; Greek
organizations help incoming
students move into Residence
Halls; Alpha Phi Alpha
performs in the Annual NPHC
Step Show; Mud Wars at Greek
Week
A: On the contrary, a central mission of all Greek
organizations is academic excellence. Fraternities and
sororities understand that their members are students
first and foremost. All chapters have scholarship
programs that may include required study hours, tutoring,
scholarships, and other recognitions for academic
success. At this time, the all-Greek grade point average is
higher than the FSU undergraduate average.
Is hazing considered a tradition among FSU
fraternities and sororities?
A: Hazing has no place in any Greek organization.
Frostburg State University will not tolerate hazing in any
student organization. In addition, hazing is against the
law in the State of Maryland. All fraternity and sorority
members know that hazing is against their national
policies, university policy, and the law.
Does it cost a lot to be Greek?
A: Joining a fraternity or sorority does carry a financial
commitment. Since each chapter is self-supporting, these
fees support chapter management, national and regional
conferences, educational and leadership programs,
scholarships and insurance. When students join a Greek
organization, they agree to and must pay dues and fees
while enrolled at FSU in order to maintain membership.
Greek membership is affordable, and some chapters are
able to make accommodations for special circumstances,
but students should discuss the financial obligations with
the chapter and review their financial obligations before
they join.
THEY ARE NOT GREEK. They just
wear Greek letters. They will NOT
be recognized now or any time
soon. Don’t let them tell you
otherwise.
Most of these organizations were once recognized
by the university or affiliated with a national
sorority or fraternity. These organizations either
chose to participate in serious risk management
practices which caused them to lose their national
charter or felt that being part of an elite Greek
structure was not for them.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will my academics be compromised by joining a
Greek organization?
OFF-CAMPUS
O R G A N I Z AT I O N S
Does being a member of a Greek-letter organization have
benefits after graduation?
A: Absolutely. Greek membership is for a lifetime. As such,
each national organization has an extensive alumni network.
As you know, in today’s job market, it is not only important
what you know, but who you know. Being a fraternity or
sorority member means having an immediate connection
with thousands of other members. There are many successful
Greek alumni all over the country who are always looking to
hire the best and the brightest that our Greek community
has to offer. Greek members also learn the importance of
time management; employers are looking for professionals
with these same qualities. In addition, there are alumni
groups or graduate chapters that operate in most cities and
metropolitan areas across the country. If you find yourself in
a new city, you can start your networking with your brothers
or sisters in the alumni group.
How do I get involved?
A: All students may contact the Greek Life office for chapter
information, events and programs at [email protected]
How can I learn more about it?
A: Websites to take a closer look at:
• www.nicindy.org
• www.npcwomen.org
• www.nphchq.org
You are also encouraged to research national fraternities and
sororities online at their official websites.
Greek Life
AT F R O S T B U R G S TAT E U N I V E R S I T Y
National Interfraternity Conference (NIC) Fraternities
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Phi Mu Delta
Sigma Tau Gamma *Colony Status
Pi Lambda Phi (suspended until 2013)
National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) Sororities
Alpha Sigma Tau
Delta Zeta
Alpha Sigma Alpha
National Pan-Hellenic Conference (NPHC)
Alpha Phi Alpha
Iota Phi Theta
Phi Beta Sigma
Sigma Gamma Rho
Omega Psi Phi
Kappa Alpha Psi
Professional Greek Organizations
Delta Sigma Pi - co-ed Business Fraternity
Alpha Phi Omega - co-ed Service Fraternity
Kappa Pi - co-ed Art Fraternity
Collegiate Interfraternity Music Council (CIMC)
Delta Omicron, co-ed Fraternity
Phi Mu Alpha, Fraternity
Sigma Alpha Iota, Sorority
National Associate Member of College Panhellenic
Kappa Beta Gamma
Since these groups lack national affiliation, they
do not have liability insurance, or oversight
policies for risk management, hazing or sexual
harassment. Therefore, if one of these chapters
would experience a civil lawsuit, a member of
that group might be held directly liable by a
complainant, exposing himself/herself and their
family members to unneeded risk.
FSU strongly discourages student participation in
these unrecognized groups, as the university does
not provide any form of support, oversight and
advisement for their members. These unrecognized
groups may have a high number of hazing
incidents throughout the initiation process.
These groups only exist at FSU therefore they
are paying dues to a chapter that has no future
endeavors.
WOMEN
Delta Delta (ΔΔ)
Kappa Gamma Delta (ΚΓΔ)
Kappa Beta Sigma (ΚΒΣ)
Zeta Phi (ΖΦ)
Kappa Tau Epsilon (ΚΤΕ)
Tau Alpha Sigma (ΤΑΣ) “Take Another Shot” Field Hockey Team
MEN
Alpha Delta Chi (ΑΔΧ)
Kappa Zeta Chi (ΚΖΧ)
Kappa Chi Kappa (ΚΧΚ)
Sigma Phi (ΣΦ)
Delta Phi Omega (ΔΦΩ)
Alpha Theta Chi (ΑΘΧ)
Omega Kappa Zeta (ΩΚΖ)
Omega Epsilon (ΩΕ)
Delta Beta Chi (ΔΒΧ)
Delta Alpha Beta (ΔΑΒ) “Drink Another Beer”

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