- develop leadership,
- social skills,
- scholarship, and
- instill a commitment to community service.
The chapters at Georgetown College excel both in and outside of the classroom. The community as a whole has a cumulative GPA that is higher than the over all campus GPA.
They dedicate hundreds of hours each year to community service and raise money for a number of national philanthropies. Members also attend leadership conferences and workshops throughout the United States and locally where they not only are able to learn but take opportunities to present as well. These rich experiences help them to develop and sponsor innovative programming on the campus of Georgetown College.
Recruitment at Georgetown College takes place at the start of the spring semester. The women have one week of formal recruitment and the men have one week of informal recruitment followed by a week of formal activities. Recruitment at GC is a mutual selection process and is coordinated by the Panhellenic and Interfraternity Councils. Please see the recruitment section of the website for dates and additional information.
President – Aaron Benge
President – Ashton Trunnell
The Kappa Alpha Order is an Order of gentlemen who hold strong to the values of the Old South, while striving to live up to the examples set forth by their Spiritual Founder, Robert E. Lee. Kappa Alpha was founded in 1865 at Washington and Lee University in Virginia and established at Georgetown College in 1904. Since then KA has made a significant impact on the lives of many individuals. For more information, please contact the Chapter President, Noah Mills.
Lambda Chi Alpha
Founded in 1909 at Boston University, Kappa-Omega Chapter was founded at Georgetown College in 1924. The Georgetown College chapter prides itself in its strong legacy of leadership, scholastic achievement, campus involvement, and above all, community service. The national philanthropy for all Lambda Chi Chapters is the North American Food Drive; the Georgetown College chapter contributed over 11,000 pounds of nonperishable food items. Lambda Chi Alpha possesses three current and consecutive Grand High Alpha awards, indicating its placement among the top three percent of Lambda Chi Alpha chapters internationally. For more information, please contact the Chapter President, Austin Keene.
Phi Kappa Tau
Founded at Miami University in 1906, Delta Theta Chapter was chartered at Georgetown College in 1970. The national philanthropy is The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp founded by Paul Newman for terminally ill children. The local philanthropy is the Georgetown Special Olympics. Their open motto is “The Force of Many, the Power of One.” For more information, please contact the Chapter President, Corey Goad.
Pi Kappa Alpha
Founded at the University of Virginia in 1868, Alpha Lambda Chapter was chartered at Georgetown College in 1906. For more information, please contact the Chapter President, Grant Ross.
President’s House Association (PHA)
Founded at Georgetown College in 1964, the President’s House Association is an affiliation of men in an independent social organization dedicated to striving for excellence in academics, brotherhood, and Christianity. For more information, please contact the Chapter President, Evan Moore.
Alpha Gamma Delta
This international women’s fraternity was founded at Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York in 1904. The Theta Upsilon Chapter was charted at Georgetown College in 1999. This Fraternity was formed to perpetuate among a group of college women a spirit of mutual assistance and understanding, to maintain high standards of scholarship, to develop womanhood, to strive for the attainment of high ideals in college, community, and personal life, and to train for leadership and a sense of responsibility for the welfare of others. For more information, please contact the Chapter President, Rachel Daniels.
Kappa Delta Sorority is a Greek social organization for young women. Founded in 1897 at Longwood College in Virginia, Georgetown’s chapter, Beta Lambda was brought to campus in 1946. Their open motto, which is a basis for their sisterhood, is Ta Kala Diokimen, “Let us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful, and highest.” For more information, please contact the Chapter President, Abigail Hackett.
Founded in 1852 at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia, Phi Mu proudly celebrates being the nation’s second oldest Greek organization for women. Delta Eta Chapter was chartered at Georgetown College in 1969. Locally, Phi Mu works with the UK Children’s Hospital as the national philanthropy supports Children’s Miracle Network. Each member strives to attain the three ideals that are found in the creed: Love, Honor, and Truth. For more information, please contact the Chapter President, Hannah Kinsey.
Nationally, Sigma Kappa Sorority was founded on November 9, 1874 at Colby College. At Georgetown College, Alpha Chi became an official chapter in 1929, making it the oldest sorority on campus. In the community, Sigma Kappa works with local gerontology efforts like Windsor Gardens, an assisted living home. Each member lives by the sorority’s open motto of “One Heart, One Way,” and also strives to embody the sorority’s four core values: Friendship, Loyalty, Service, and Personal Growth.
For more information, please contact the Chapter President, Chandi Wilson.
National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated was founded on the campus of Howard University on January 16, 1920. At Georgetown College, the Pi Upsilon Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta was chartered on November 9, 2014, making it the first of the “Divine Nine” (governed by the NPHC) on campus. The Pi Upsilon Chapter is sponsored by the Zeta Alpha Zeta Graduate Chapter located in Frankfort, Kentucky. In the community, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. works with the Ed Davis Learning Resource Center (LRC) and The Gathering Place, as well asking with the March of Dimes, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and various other organizations. The sorority is a community conscious, action-oriented, international organization, and each member upholds the sorority’s four principles: Scholarship, Service, Sisterhood and Finer Womanhood.
For more information, please contact the Chapter President, Kyndle Pace.
Angela Earwood, Director of Student Activities
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