WELCOME TO WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY
The founding mothers recognized a need for a sorority that welcomes women of all nationalities. They united to create Alpha Nu Multicultural Sorority. Officially founded February 27, 2008 on the campus of WSU, Alpha Nu respects and accepts every woman for who she is. Together we work to help discourage stereotypes and allow for different ideas and experiences in the community.
Alpha Pi Omega Sorority Inc., is the country’s oldest Native American Greek letter organization. Founded at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill on Sept. 1, 1994, the sorority has more than 700 sisters representing more than 100 tribes nationwide and 20 chartered chapters.
We are truly a united sisterhood of indigenous women who are committed to each other, our communities, tribes, families, academic excellence and self-empowerment.
Alpha Psi Lambda was founded in 1985 on the campus of the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. Since then the organization has grown to include over 2,300 members, 25 collegiate chapters in Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Florida, South Carolina, Kentucky and Texas and 7 alumni associations. The expansion of Alpha Psi Lambda to universities across the country extends its influence more and more each year.
Our sisterhood was founded on February 8, 2007 and is the first and only AAPI interest sorority at Washington State University (Pullman Campus). As a sorority, we seek to promote awareness of AAPI experiences, our philanthropies (Alzheimer's Disease & Breast Cancer), and issues that women confront while developing a better understanding of what it is to be women. We are also dedicated to provide a strong sisterhood amongst all women, empower them as leaders, and support their academic aspirations.
Chi Sigma Alpha National Sorority, Inc. was established at the University of Washington on September 25th, 2002. Nine strong women wanted to build a sorority based on improving scholarship, character, and leadership among women. Washington State University recognized the Colony of Chi Sigma Alpha on March 9th, 2013. We are an Asian-American interest sorority, but not Asian exclusive.
The purpose of Gamma Alpha Omega is to promote and instill in every member of our Sorority the values of Honesty, Integrity, Leadership, Scholarship, and Unity. These pillars have become the foundation of our organization and a symbol of devotion to our purpose. By encouraging these admirable characteristics, each member enriches her life with these lifelong attributes. As a member of Gamma Alpha Omega Sorority, Inc. you will also become a significant addition to our strong, unified Sisterhood.
Gamma Iota Omicron (GIO), also known as "Gallo", is a fraternity that is molded around the individual student, not a student molded around the fraternity. GIO was created in order to provide an organization that can be a support system, social outlet and provide networking opportunities. Gamma Iota Omicron is a way for students to get involved without giving up his individuality and still staying committed to other clubs, organizations and the like.
The goals of GIO are to enhance: Knowledge, Courage, Respect,Heritage, Leadership, Empathy, Social, La Mujer, and to create a Dynasty of Brothers.
The purpose of Kappa Delta Chi is to promote the traditional values of Unity, Honesty, Integrity, and Leadership among women colleges and universities. We are dedicated to providing services to both the University and the local community, with a special emphasis on the Hispanic/Latino population. We are an ambitious organization and pride ourselves on many devoted hours of community service. Through numerous service events, sisterhood retreats and academic and cultural workshops, KDChi’s learn more about themselves and each other. They sprout into impacting leaders and help guide the next generation to success. KDChi is a non-traditional sorority full of diverse members and eager young ladies ready to make a difference in their communities. With your sisters, anything is possible.
Lambda Phi Epsilon was founded on February 25, 1981, by principal founder Mr. Craig Ishigo and a group of eighteen other dedicated men on the campus of the University of California of Los Angeles. By forming Lambda Phi Epsilon as a new Asian American fraternity, the founders hoped to set new and higher standards of excellence for all Asian-interest organizations to follow. The goal of the founders was to transcend the limitations to which traditional Asian American organizations were subject to facing. Their vision was that the members would eventually become the leaders of their respective communities and bridge the gaps fragmenting the Asian American community through the affiliation with a common organization. Unknowingly, their efforts had set the stage for the emergence of the largest organization of its kind.
The purpose of Lambda Theta Alpha shall be to provide a sisterhood based on unity, love and respect in an effort to foster the development of strong leaders who will then provide and practice political, social and cultural activities. It shall also be the purpose of Lambda Theta Alpha to promote unity through charitable and educational programs, maintain a higher standard of learning and serve as a voice for all students.
The purpose of La Hermandad De O eMe Te is a Nahualt (Aztec) lettered brotherhood is to serve as a support group for its undergraduate membership, encouraging the membership to grow, learn, mature, and eventually graduate, with and undergraduate degree.
Omega Delta Phi came to WSU in September of 1997, when twelve men of vision came together to form an organization that would serve the surrounding community. In November of 1997, Upsilon Chapter was recognized nationally by Omega Delta Phi Fraternity, Inc. Due to the hard work and dedication of these twelve men, it is now possible for individuals to develop into gentlemen with the values of unity, honesty, integrity, and leadership.
The overall purpose of Omega Phi Chi is to generate unity among all women. We believe that we can promote ethnic diversity by integrating women across all boundaries and cultures. Through the common bond of womanhood, we are then able to nurture our ideas of sisterhood. Among our ideas of sisterhood are the concepts of love, honesty, loyalty, mutual respect, and the responsibility of one another. After unity, the main objectives of this organization are academic excellence and involvement in community affairs. Education plays a vital role throughout the course of one’s lifetime; therefore, through the aid of donations, scholarships, and the shared efforts of our sisters, we can propel one another towards various career goals and aspirations. We aim to promote positivity and an improved outlook on life, as well as foster opportunities to improve one's standard of living.
Sigma Lambda Beta Fraternity is a social fraternity that was founded in 1986 at the University of Iowa. It is based on cultural understanding and wisdom. Most noteworthy is that 18 men of whom 16 were of Latin American or Hispanic origin/descent founded Sigma Lambda Beta. We believe in the principles of fairness, opportunity and in the equality of all men regardless of their race, culture or ethnicity. Our biggest goal is to see that society can realize the importance of these three principles. In order to achieve this goal, we all strive to model these behaviors and present ourselves in a gentlemanly and educated fashion.
Established on April 9, 1990 at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. The creation of our sisterhood began with a vision to create and provide a network of academic and social support for Latina women. Since that time the organization has evolved to become the largest, historically Latina based national sorority with a multicultural membership. On the beautiful day of March 25, 2010,Washington State University was recognized as a colony of Sigma Lambda Gamma and has been making their presence known on our campus through the promotion of our principles and philanthropies.