Welcome Sorority and Fraternity members! On the left you can find pertinent information about the governing councils and chapters within the Emory Greek community.

Currently, there are nine IFC fraternities, eight Panhellenic sororities, two NPHC sororities, and one MGC fraternity housed on Emory’s campus.

Membership Costs

All of Emory’s sororities and fraternities are self-sufficient and each chapter (and its inter/national office) charges dues and membership fees to every member.  Some chapters may charge dues via your Emory bursar bill, while others may collect the fees directly from you. The amount is determined by the chapter and usually goes toward recruitment, educational activities, new member education, philanthropy/service projects, and social events.  Some chapters also have one-time initiate fees that are charged to help alleviate the costs of recruitment and new member requirements such as reading materials, pins, etc.  Fees vary but average approximately $150 in addition to annual dues.

It is the responsibility of all chapters to fill the bed spaces provided by Housing Operations. The cost of any vacancies will be divided evenly among all active members of the organization which is responsible for filling the beds.

Fraternity Houses

Below you will find a list of all of the fraternities housed on campus. All houses are under the supervision of a coordinator in the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life. If you would like to contact a staff member, please click on their name below for their email address.

Kenneth Anthony

House 6 – Sigma Chi
House 8 – Sigma Alpha Mu
House 10 – Delta Tau Delta
House 12 – Alpha Tau Omega
House 13 – Xi Kappa
House 14 – Kappa Alpha Order 

Hector Cuevas

House 15 – Beta Theta Pi
House 17 – Kappa Sigma
House 18 – Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Sorority Village

Sorority Village, completed in fall 2006, features 10 townhouses facing the fraternity houses on Eagle Row. Each house between 6 - 24 women, has ample community space, a community kitchen, and a large chapter room. The following chapters currently have lodges in Sorority Village: Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Kappa Alpha Theta, Delta Phi Epsilon, Sigma Delta Tau, Alpha Delta Pi, Pi Beta Phi, Gamma Phi Beta, Delta Delta Delta 

All women residing in the Village are required to purchase an Emory University meal plan. Sorority women who elect to live in Sorority Village will go through the housing selection process in early spring. Please consult the Residence Life website for information on the process.

All 10 lodges are managed by Mishalle Marzsalek with the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life.

The Social Event Policy of the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life (OSFL) assists students with creating a safe social experience on and off campus. OSFL wants to ensure that sorority and fraternity chapters choosing to host social events are incorporating practices that create safe environment for members and guests who attend chapter functions. This policy, along with a chapter’s national and/or international policy(ies) and Emory’s Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy, must be followed to minimize risk during social events.

EVENT REGISTRATION

Sororities and fraternities must complete and submit an event registration form for all events in which alcohol is present to the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life at least 14 days prior to the event. This requirement includes events hosted at the locations of third party vendors (restaurants, caterers, bars, hotels, etc.) and events designated “bring your own beverage” (BYOB)

OSFL reviews the registration form to ensure the event complies with OSFL Standards and Guidelines for Social Events and Emory Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy. When the review is completed, OSFL will notify the event organizer whether the event meets the required standards and guidelines or if additional information is required.

Events may not take place without written OSFL approval.

STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES FOR SOCIAL EVENTS

  1. DAYS AND TIMES FOR SOCIAL EVENTS
    Fraternity and sorority social events with or without alcohol cannot be held during the following times:
    1. the first two weeks of the fall and spring semester
    2. during recruitment or membership intake activities/events
    3. on campus during Dooley’s Week concert
    4. on campus during Homecoming concert
    5. after12 a.m. on Sunday through Thursday and after 1 a.m. on Friday and Saturday
    6. during the week of final exams (please refer to the academic calendar for specific dates
  2. CLEAN-UP
    1. For on-campus events, the interior and exterior of the fraternity facility must be clean by 10 a.m. the morning following the event

In any activity or event sponsored or endorsed by the organization, including those that occur on or off organizational premises:

Alcohol and Other Drug

  1. The organization, members, and guests must comply with all federal, state, and local laws. No person under the legal drinking age of 21 may possess, consume, provide, or be provided alcoholic beverages.
  2. Organizations, members, and guests must follow federal and state laws regarding illegal drugs and controlled substances. No person may possess, use, provide, distribute, sell, and/or manufacture illegal drugs or other controlled substances while on organizational premises, at any activity or event sponsored, or endorsed by the organization.
  3. Alcoholic beverages must either be: (1) provided and sold on a per-drink basis by a licensed and insured third-party vendor (e.g., restaurant, bar, caterer, etc.); or (2) brought by individual members and guests through a bring your own beverage (“BYOB”) system.
  4. a. Common sources of alcohol, including bulk quantities, which are not being served by a licensed and insured third party vendor, are prohibited (i.e., amounts of alcohol greater than what a reasonable person should consume over the duration of an event). b. The presence of alcohol products above 15 percent alcohol by volume (“ABV”) is prohibited on any organizational premises or at any event, except when served at an event by a licensed and insured third-party vendor.
  5. Alcoholic beverages must not be purchased with organizational funds or funds pooled by members or guests (e.g., admission fees, cover fees, collecting funds through digital apps, etc.).

Co-Sponsorship

  1. An organization may not co-host or cosponsor, or in any way participate in, an activity or event with another group or entity that purchases or provides alcohol.
  2. An organization may not co-host or cosponsor an event with a bar, event promoter, or alcohol distributor; however, an organization may rent a bar, restaurant, or other licensed and insured third-party vendor to host an organizational event.

Guests

  1. Attendance by non-members at any event where alcohol is present must be by invitation only. Attendance at events with alcohol may not exceed local fire or building code capacity of the organizational premises or host venue.
  2. Any event or activity related to the new member joining process (e.g., recruitment, intake, rush, etc.) must be substance free. No alcohol or drugs may be present if the event or activity is related to new member activities, meetings, or initiation into an organization, including but not limited to “bid night,” “Big/Little” events or activities, “family” events or activities, and any ritual or ceremony.
  3. Organizations, members, or guests must not permit, encourage, coerce, glorify, or participate in any activities involving the rapid consumption of alcohol, such as drinking games.

High Risk Event Exclusions

  1. No inflatables of any kind are allowed during social events while alcohol is present.
  2. No construction is allowed (e.g. putting up a tarp, fence, stage, swimming pool, etc.).

Contact information for Community Advisors

FirstName LastName Email Address Organization House Number
Jasmine Walker Jasmine.walker@emory.edu Alpha Kappa Alpha Lodge A
Vanessa Rodriguez Vanessa.angelique.rodriguez@emory.edu Delta Sigma Theta Lodge B
Lydia Yang lydia.yang@emory.edu Kappa Kappa Gamma Lodge C
Kappa Alpha Theta Lodge D
Jane-Marie Anderson jamer.anderson@emory.edu Delta Phi Epsilon Lodge E
Libby Marx Libby.marx@emory.edu Sigma Delta Tau Lodge F
Rebecca (Becca) Clem becca.clem@emory.edu Alpha Delta Pi Lodge G
Amy Huang amy.huang@emory.edu Pi Beta Phi Lodge H
Katie Matuska katie.matuska@emory.edu Gamma Phi Beta Lodge I
Ari Peluso Ari.peluso@emory.edu Delta Delta Delta Lodge H
Patrick McCann patrick.mccann@emory.edu Sigma Chi House 6
Marc Ayad marc.ayad@emory.edu Sigma Alpha Mu House 8
Kevin Kirsch kevin.kirsch@emory.edu Delta Tau Delta House 10
Miguel Vivar-Alcalde miguel.vivar-alcalde@emory.edu Alpha Tau Omega House 12
Roy Wang roy.wang@emory.edu Xi Kappa House 13
Stefano Martin stefano.martin@emory.edu Kappa Alpha Order House 14
Enrique Perez Enrique.perez.jr@emory.edu Beta Theta Pi House 15
David Casazza David.casazza@emory.edu Kappa Sigma House 17
Tripp Burton Tripp.burton@emory.edu Sigma Alpha Epsilon House 18