Fraternity & Sorority Life
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Fraternity & Sorority Life at A&M-SA

Collectively referred to as "Greek Life," fraternities and sororities are value-based undergraduate organizations mainly associated with colleges and universities. At their core, they provide academic support and help young college students develop social and leadership skills. 

Texas A&M University-San Antonio believes that fraternities and sororities are a fundamental part of a vibrant campus community, creating space for lifelong friendships, opportunities for service, leadership development, and academic success. Fraternities and sororities (Greek Orgs) develop a sense of acceptance and belonging. The connections fostered by fraternities and sororities last beyond the undergraduate experience, inspiring students to reach their full potential. We are focused on engaging students and preparing them for their lives beyond the classroom. 


  • Friendship: For many individuals, lifelong friendships are the most essential component of Greek life. The fact that members call themselves "sister" and "brother" demonstrates the sense of family the groups provide. Many groups have active alumni/graduate chapters providing opportunities for continued involvement.
  • Community: Many of your fondest college memories will be developed through social interaction. Greek organizations provide the chance to make new friends and have fun. In this often-overwhelming university environment, Greek women and men find that a sorority or fraternity offers a place to be comfortable and at home. 
  • Leadership: Membership in Greek organizations offers students many opportunities to develop their leadership potential. Members learn essential leadership skills for post-college life; they will experience what it means to be a leader and how to cooperate and collaborate with others.
  • Scholarship: Members have access to additional tools needed to succeed academically. Each Greek organization offers academic support programs, including national and local scholarships and grants, incentives and awards, study skills workshops, tutoring programs, established study sessions, and grade point requirements.
  • Networking: Greek organizations maintain active alum relations programs that offer career networking and mentoring. These organizations connect you specifically to a robust roster of past alums, providing mentoring and shadowing opportunities within your field.
  • Service: Community service builds character by allowing one to realize the needs of others. Greek organizations, individually and collectively, are involved in activities such as tutoring children, organizing fundraising events and competitions, and conducting community and various other philanthropic activities. This gives members a greater sense of purpose in their lives.


  • Friendship- Joining a fraternity or sorority is the beginning of a new experience with new friends and creating a home away from home. Within the FSL community at TAMUSA, we encourage more than just making new friends within one's organization but branching out to the broader Greek community on campus. Becoming Greek affiliated, members become part of a larger national organization and find that they have friends and connections all over the world.
  • Service- Getting involved on and off campus allows members to engage with their community and give back to those around them. Community engagement fosters the growth of the individual, their respective organizations, and the Greek community.
  • Development- TAMUSA offers many opportunities for students to develop outside the classroom. Participation in a fraternity or sorority provides members opportunities to develop leadership and interpersonal skills on campus and within one's organization, skills employers and advanced degree programs look for in their applicants.
  • Success- Fraternities and sororities allow members to earn academic awards, recognition, and scholarships. Each organization offers educational support programs that could require study hours, tutoring sessions with other members, or mentoring opportunities.
Delta Chi Fraternity
The members of  The  Delta  Chi  Fraternity, believing that significant advantages are to be derived from a brotherhood of college and university men, appreciate that close association may promote friendship,  develop character,  advance justice,  and assist in acquiring a sound education.
Omega Delta Phi Fraternity
Omega Delta Phi is a multicultural service/social fraternity that aims at graduating its members while giving back to the community. This Brotherhood was founded to provide ANY man with a diverse fraternal experience that coincides with a higher education. We invite you to learn more about joining our nationwide network. Become a Knight of Omega Delta Phi.
Sigma Delta Lambda Sorority
Sigma Delta Lambda Sorority, Inc. is a service and social organization of collegiate and alumnae women committed to providing a support network geared to women, specifically Latinas. We hope to aid in the retention of women and people of color in higher education. We encourage interaction with other Greek organizations, the university, the local community, and, most importantly, the minority population. Sigma Delta Lambda also holds high academic expectations for its members to help them succeed in life.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority
Zetas national and local programs include the endowment of its National Educational Foundation community outreach services and the support of multiple affiliate organizations.