Explore the Multicultural Greek Council chapters at the University of Oklahoma.
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The Chi chapter of alpha Kappa Delta Phi was founded at the University of Oklahoma on November 23, 2003. The organization works to promote Asian awareness in the community and leadership for women. The Chi chapter was established as the first international Asian-interest sorority in the state of Oklahoma.
The Delta chapter of Gamma Beta was chartered at the University of Oklahoma in 2000. The chapter is proud to foster a family environment where men of any color, creed, ethnic or religious background can join and feel welcome. Nationally, Gamma Beta is the fastest growing Asian-interest fraternity in the southwest region.
The Alpha chapter of Gamma Delta Pi was founded here at the University of Oklahoma. The chapter is the only American Indian sorority on campus and is dedicated to enriching the lives of all American Indian women academically, socially, and culturally. Nationally, Gamma Delta Pi continues to grow as two additional chapters have been established since its founding in 2001.
The Alpha chapter of Iota Gamma (formerly Sigma Nu Alpha Gamma) was founded on October 22, 2004 at the University of Oklahoma. The chapter ensures a support system to help Native American men graduate and achieve success. The chapter regularly participates in community service, brotherhood activities, and various other events for their members and the community at large.
The Sassy Sigma Chapter of Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. was established at the University of Oklahoma on February 7th, 1999. This made KDChi the first Latina-founded sorority in the state of Oklahoma. Despite being Latina-founded, this organization is Multiculturally grounded and does hold Multicultural membership. Nationally, KDChi upholds the highest standards and promotes the traditional values of Unity, Honesty, Integrity, and Leadership, integrating these values into their everyday lives. The Sigma Chapter gives back to the community by participating in various campus and off-campus events each year. They strive to promote cultural awareness, advocacy and empowerment of all marginalized communities, and service to all.
The Alpha chapter of Lambda Delta Psi was founded at the University of Oklahoma in May of 2009. The official purpose of Lambda Delta Psi is to cultivate a sisterhood of distinguished women through friendship and service while maintaining high moral and academic standards. As the first Lambda Delta Psi chapter, the Alpha chapter continues to raise the bar for other LDPsi chapters and colonies in the United States. They were awarded Chapter of the Year at their annual national convention in 2020 and 2021.
The Alpha Phi chapter of Lambda Phi Epsilon was established at the University of Oklahoma on December 2, 2007. The chapter hosts various events during the semester for philanthropic and awareness causes. Nationally, Lambda Phi Epsilon is an international Asian interest fraternal organization providing leadership, philanthropy and advocacy in the community.
The Xi chapter of Omega Delta Phi was chartered at the University of Oklahoma in November of 1996. The chapter is proud to host events each semester benefiting various campus and philanthropic causes. Nationally, Omega Delta Phi is a multicultural service/social fraternity that aims at graduating its members while giving back to the community.
The Alpha chapter of Phi Delta Alpha was founded at the University of Oklahoma on February 4, 2002. The chapter was recently awarded the 2015 University of Oklahoma President’s Trophy award and participates annually in events like invASIAN and Big Event.
The Eta Gamma Chapter of Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity Inc. was originally charted at the University of Oklahoma in December of 2003. Since then, the chapter has grown tremendously and participates in various campus events and philanthropic programs around campus and the community. Sigma Lambda Beta is a historically Latino-based social fraternity that has established the largest and fastest multicultural membership in the nation through undergraduate in alumnae chapters. Sigma Lambda Beta is formed of educated men that have taken the responsibility to better the community, country, and the world by awareness and service to meet the needs and wants of all people. SLB men pride themselves in building a foundation and support system for all men throughout their collegiate years and all future endeavors.
The Xi Beta chapter of Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority Inc. was chartered at the OU in 2002. Since then, the chapter has crossed 26 lines and initiated 188 sisters in 19 years. Historically founded as Latina-based, today, the organization has Multicultural membership in chapters and alumnae associations nationally. The organization is a sisterhood of women who have chosen affiliation to achieve personal development and awareness to the responsibility of the betterment of our local, regional, national, and global communities.
The Alpha chapter of Tau Kappa Omega was founded at the University of Oklahoma in 2002. Tau Kappa Omega is the first Asian-interested fraternity established in Oklahoma and seeks to foster strong core values for young men who want to become leaders in the community through education, service, and social interaction.
The Alpha Rho chapter of Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority, Inc was founded at the University of Oklahoma in 2017. Theta Nu Xi is the first Multicultural sorority established at the Univeristy of Oklahoma and seeks to promote leadership, multiculturalism and self-improvement through academic excellence, involvement in and service to the campus and community, as well as being living examples of sisterhood across different races, cultures, religions, backgrounds and lifestyles..
The Multicultural Greek Council offers an affiliate chapter status as a trial semester for organizations whom are interested in becoming full members of the council. During this time, the organizations are able to participate in all MGC sponsored events and must fulfill the required events as outlined in the Affiliate Chapter application. Chapters remain in this status for a semester and are officially voted into the council at the end of the semester by the MGC Chapter Presidents.