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Interfraternity Council Chapters

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Delta Upsilon Taylor Brown, Chapter President
Founded in 1834, Delta Upsilon is the only greek organization that was founded on the principles of Non Secrecy and Non Hazing. Unlike most fraternities, we believe we don't have to hide behind secret meetings and secret rituals; all our meetings and rituals are open for anyone to come and observe. Our chapter, Chartered on December 11th 2010, prides itself on our commitment to uphold these values.
   
Kappa Alpha Order Chris Stiner, Chapter President 
The Moral Compass for the Modern Gentleman. KA is a values set and organization that can keep you on a path of success during college and the future. Your values are your own... if they match ours then this fraternity is for you! KA has established its newest chapter, Zeta Upsilon, at the University of Tennessee - Chattanooga. Excellence is our aim!
   
Kappa Sigma  Nick Newton, Chapter President
As a fraternity, the brothers of Kappa Sigma at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga are a group of men who share common values and beliefs. Kappa Sigma Alpha-Iota members work together to achieve the total development of a better man… academically, socially, culturally, civically and as a successful leader and role models to others. We are deeply dedicated to our four pillars: Fellowship, Leadership, Scholarship and Service. No two words are more important to remember in taking the first step in the lifelong journey of a Kappa Sigma than Diligence and Commitment.
   
Lambda Chi Alpha Brandon Justice, Chapter President
Lambda Chi Alpha is a social fraternity based on timeless precepts.  Our purpose is to cultivate a progressive environment at every chapter that will allow men to become better men through the help their fellow man.  Through the environment of a close knit brotherhood of diverse members, Lambda Chi Alpha strives to give its men a developmental framework to mature and to become men capable of bettering society.  We strive to provide a co-curricular program that will help our brothers improve their skills in leadership, socialization, scholarship, and more!  As a brotherhood we strive for perfection in the classroom, as well as, within our relationships between our families, brothers, and society as a whole.  While perfection is not actually possible to achieve, we believe that the journey will create the kind of men that can change the world.
   
Phi Delta Theta Kyle Shanks, Chapter President

Phi Delta Theta was organized with three principle objectives: The cultivation of friendship among its members, the acquirement individually of a high degree of mental culture, and the attainment personally of a high standard of morality.  These objectives, referred to as the "Cardinal Principles," have guided over 235,000 men since 1848 when the Fraternity was founded at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. The Fraternity teaches men that these areas of commitment, outlined in The Bond of Phi Delta Theta, are not to be viewed as separate ideals, but as areas of discipline for daily life. Developments intellectually, in leadership, and human service (to name a few) are vital to the men of Phi Delta Theta. A member will support, and in turn have the support of, his brothers as these principles are lived out in their daily lives.

   
Pi Kappa Alpha Drew Daniel, Chapter President
Pi Kappa Alpha is dedicated to developing men of integrity, intellect, and high moral character and to fostering a truly lifelong fraternal experience.  Pi Kappa Alpha's members strive to be Scholars, Leaders, Athletes, and Gentlemen, and they seek excellence in everything they do.
   
Sigma Beta Rho Fraternity, Inc.
 

Modern day Sigma Beta Rho has grown considerably since its inception. It has expanded from its roots in the East Coast with 42 recognized chapters and colonies that span the breadth of the nation. This growth stems from a reputation for excellent values-based programming, diversity amongst our brotherhood, and alignment with the values of many students striving for a competitive edge before entering a post-globalized workplace.  As an organization which prides itself in having individuals from every continent, ethnicity, and religion, we seek to foster enriching cross-cultural discourse both amongst our members and extended to campus communities. Through the efforts of our brothers, we have become the largest and most expansive fraternity of our kind in less than 17 years. With each passing day, we realize that we are another day closer to the nationwide network envisioned by our Founding Fathers.

   
Sigma Chi Adam Wilson, Chapter President
Sigma Chi is a brotherhood with roots in the collegiate experience that engenders a lifelong commitment to strive to achieve true friendship, equal justice and the fulfillment of learning as part of our overall responsibilities to the broader communities in which we live.  One, and the main, aim and object of Sigma Chi has been, and is, to develop and train broad-minded men who can recognize the wholeness of things and who are not bound down to a contracted, eight-by-ten notion of exclusiveness. There is an absolute necessity for such men.
 

Panhellenic Council Chapters

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Alpha Delta Pi Megan Van Eaton, Chapter President

The Beta Beta chapter was founded at UTC on May 21, 1926 and has been a strong organization throughout its many years being active on campus. We desire to have women join our organization who are genuine, try their best academically, wish to serve their community to the best of their ability, and who want to find a family away from home to help heighten their college experience. Being a member of Alpha Delta Pi is not something that stops once you graduate college, but it is a lifetime experience full of service and friendship.

   
Chi Omega Hannah Burton, Chapter President

Chi Omega is the largest women's fraternal organization, with over 300,000 initiates in 172 chapters across the nation. The Delta Alpha chapter is the home to over 160 of these amazing young ladies. To us Chi Omega has become more than just another organization on campus. It gives us the opportunity to serve our community, to build our leadership skills, and to find our family away from home. Chi Omega began under four young ladies and a dentist at the University of Arkansas on April 5, 1895. The Delta Alpha Chapter was founded on the campus of The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on March 15, 1919 by Mary Love Collins.

   
Delta Zeta Kayla Huffman, Chapter President

The Pi Lambda Chapter of Delta Zeta was founded March 27, 2011 at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Together, 124 women colonized and were initiated into the Delta Zeta Sorority. We believe in service. We believe in leadership. We believe in academics. We believe in loyalty. We believe in responsibility. We believe in moral worth. And most importantly, we believe in TRUE and LASTING friendship.

   
Gamma Phi Beta Selma Dedovic, Chapter President 
Members of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority, one of the 10 oldest women's organizations in North America, are proud of our rich and accomplished history, dating back to our founding on November 11, 1874, at Syracuse University in New York. During an era when women were discouraged from attending college, four bold and courageous friends came together to form a women's society. They bonded together to face adversity and encourage one another's intellectual growth. Now, more than 135 years later, we celebrate the vision and dedication of those women for whom the word "sorority" was first coined - and all who have come since. The Eta Kappa Chapter of Gamma Phi Beta was founded a the University of Tennessee in the Fall of 2013. 
   
Kappa Delta Rachel Gorman, Chapter President

Since our founding at the University's campus in 1999, we have worked each day to uphold our motto: "Let us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful, and highest." Kappa Delta inspires its members to reach their potential by offering opportunities for leadership, personal development, academic success and community service. Sisterhood is the common tie that binds all Kappa Delta members. Our open motto, "Let us strive for that which is Honorable, Beautiful, and Highest" is present in each and every one of our sisters. From the moment you run to our sisterhood on Bid Day, you begin to form relationships that will last a lifetime! Being a Kappa Delta means belonging to a group of exceptional women who will stand by your side through both the good times and the bad. Kappa Delta accepts its members for who they are and challenges them to develop into the women that they dream of becoming. It is the sisterhood that we share at Kappa Delta that we will cherish and remember long after our days at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

   
Sigma Kappa Kat Brewer, Chapter President

The Theta Phi Chapter of Sigma Kappa was installed at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga of February 10, 1991. Since that time, the Theta Phi Chapter has proven to be an exemplary group of women who strive for success in service, leadership, and campus involvement. The Theta Phi chapter is a prominent chapter in the Panhellenic community and has been consistently recognized as a top recruiting chapter on campus. The purpose of Sigma Kappa Sorority is to provide women lifelong opportunities and support for social, intellectual, and spiritual development by bringing women together to positively impact our communities.

 

 

NPHC Chapters

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Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Blake Osa-Oni, Chapter President 
Fraternity Mission Statement: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, INC., develops leaders, promotes brotherhood and academic excellence, while providing service and advocacy for our communities. 
   
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.  Ashley Smith, Chapter President

The Zeta Kappa Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. was the first Black sorority and the second Black Greek Letter Organization to be chartered on the campus of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. The chapter’s beginnings started with the desire of the ladies of the Pi Omega graduate chapter to charter a group on the campus as the Black student presence on the campus had increased. The ladies held a Rush on the campus and formed an interest group of about 30 young women. After several months of activities and grooming lessons on what it means to be an Alpha Kappa Alpha woman, the Regional Director, Ernestine Holloway, granted permission for the graduate chapter to charter Zeta Kappa. The president, Gladys Williams, appointed Dorothy Jones and Ida Partridge to oversee the initiation of the young ladies. Zeta Kappa Chapter was chartered March 20, 1971.

   
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.  Johnterrious Hall, Chapter President 
 
   
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.  

The Eta Beta chapter of Omega Psi Phi fraternity Inc. was founded on the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s on February 27, 1971. The Eta Beta Chapter was the first black social organization to establish a chapter at UTC. It was founded by twelve magnificent undergraduates known as the 12 Disciples; these men had a desire for brotherhood and service of their community. The 12 Disciples embraced and embedded the four Cardinal principles; Manhood, Scholarship, Perseverance, and Uplift, into everything that they tried to accomplish in and outside of the fraternity. By introducing the Omega spirit and traditions to UTC, they paved the way for many others to follow. This leadership has made it possible for this chapter to sustain its duties and goals over the past 40 years.

   
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Kendra Miller, Chapter President

Lamda Delta was the second African American Greek-letter sorority founded at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on June 16, 1971. Lambda Delta's trailblazers were Gracey Avery, Sandra James, Florresting Watson Hayes, Louise Terrell Miles, Samevelyn Morgan, Gladys Russell, Thelma Simmons, Clara Blakemore Smith, and Pamela Wilcoxson. The chapter has grown on UTC's campus since its inception, and consists of several beautiful and intelligent ladies who continue to uphold Zeta's high standards of Finer Womanhood. LD sorors continue to be active on the UTC campus. Many of its members participate in campus organizations such ACE, BSA and NPHC. The ladies are best known on campus for their down-to-earth personalities, loyalty, and excellent example of sisterhood. Throughout the city of Chattanooga, Lambda Delta strives to fulfill their outstanding commitment to volunteering at local schools, churches and with other organizations.

   
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.  

The Zeta Iota Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. was founded on October 20, 1984 at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Eleven beautiful ladies comprised the charter line: Diane Dees Meadows, Yolanda Gay, Michelle Burk (Jina), Darlene Ramsey, Cassandra Rilmer, Carnita Reed, Alicie Griffin, Sylvia Jones, Anita Bobbo, Bonita Carter, and Tammy Brown. Some of the chapter's projects include Buckle Up America, Susan G. Komen Race For the Cure, Sex for Chocolates, Wrap-A-Door, Youth Symposium and Voter Registration Drives. Soaring To Greater Heights Of Attainment Around The World, Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., as a leading national service organization, has met the challenges of the day and continues to grow through Sisterhood, Scholarship and Service.

 

 

 

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