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Letters: ΒΘΠ
Founded: 1839 at Miami University, Oxford, OH
Motto: “To Develop Men of Principle for a Principled Life”
Philanthropy: Dream Dayz of Cleveland
Chapter President: Alex Reyes
Website: Chapter WebsiteNational Website

Beta Theta Pi is dedicated to building men of principle for a principled life through lifelong devotion to intellectual excellence, high standards of moral conduct, and responsible citizenship. The fraternity has more than 120,000 living members including some 5,800 collegians on nearly 130 campuses in the United States and Canada, and recently expanded to the JCU campus in the fall of 2007. Beta has already made a big splash, named as the 2008 Greek Organization of the Year, as well as winning the “Knox” Outstanding Chapter Award from our General National Fraternity of Beta Theta Pi in 2011 and 2013.

Beta stresses lifelong friendship, cultivation of the intellect, responsible leadership, responsible social conduct, and commitment to community through all of its activities. JCU initiated its founding fathers on January 13, 2008, and is now composed of 40 active members. Betas are widely known for their heavy involvement in campus activities. They engage the world by studying abroad and taking part in immersion experiences, give back to JCU through service, proudly represent the Blue Streaks on the athletic field, and hold some of the most high profile and coveted leadership positions on campus. Each fall, Beta Theta Pi helps sponsors “Through the Eyes of a Child” (along with the Arrupe Scholars program), a University-wide service event that puts on a “Christmas Day’s” worth of activities for local elementary students for the Cleveland Area. We also recently partnered with a new philanthropy, Dream Dayz of Cleveland.

Letters: ΔΤΔ
Founded: 1858 at Bethany College, Bethany, VA
Motto: “Committed to Lives of Excellence”
Philanthropy: Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
Chapter President: Demitri Cullen
Website: National Website

Delta Tau Delta is a values-based organization maintaining the values of Truth, Courage, Faith, and Power. Collectively, Delts are brothers who partake in several activities both within John Carroll University’s campus, as well as the greater community. Such activities include brotherhood retreats, Cleveland Indians games, service, including to our national philanthropy, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), formals, and John Carroll’s annual Greek Week.

Joining Delta Tau Delta provides encouragement of lifelong growth as well as a firm network of men to communicate and develop with both inside and outside the classroom. Delt provides a man with the tools needed to become prepared for life after college with leadership opportunities and active involvement encouraged around campus and the world. Not only will Delt inspire men to fulfill John Carroll’s statement of being a “Man for Others,” it will also encourage a lifetime of excellence as well. Joining Delta Tau Delta will provide a man with a network of thousands of active and alumni brothers worldwide.

Letters: ΛXA
Founded: November 2, 1909, Boston University, Boston, MA
Open Mottoes: “Every Man a Man”, “Naught Without Labor”, and “the Crescent in the Cross”
Philanthropy: Feeding America supported locally through the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.
Chapter President: Ben Thompson
Website: Local Website, National Website
Social Media:

Lambda Chi Alpha at John Carroll University was founded on September 19, 2011. Through humble beginnings and hard work, the original men are making themselves known to the John Carroll community in many positive ways. Many members have excellent leadership opportunities in their academic field as well as outside of the classroom. They are involved in groups such as Student Union as well as participating in academic internships and research assistantships.

Not only is our individual colony special, Lambda Chi Alpha on the whole has a unique international brotherhood. We are one of the largest international fraternities with an expansive alumni network. We also have one of the most in depth educational platforms, which takes a brother out of the traditional pledge classes of repetitive facts and puts him in contact with real life experiences and challenges to cultivate our seven core values. These values are loyalty, duty, respect, service and stewardship, honor, integrity and personal courage. To achieve them, we take advantage of the “True Brother” learning model as well as abandoning the typical pledge process. Instead, Lambda Chi Alpha implements an associate membership period. Associate membership holds nearly all rights and responsibilities as a brother would and is treated with the same dignity and respect as a full brother.

Our chapter is very proud of who we are and the legacy we are building. We cherish the amazing friends we have made along the way and will continue to make as we grow and charter in the years to come. We are always seeking the men who want to make themselves they best they can be and are ready and willing to work for it! We’re building our legacy brick by brick, day by day, and “Naught Without Labor!”

Letters: ΣΦΕ
Founded: 1901 at University of Richmond, Richmond, VA
Motto: “Building Balanced Men for the World’s Communities”
Philanthropy: National philanthropy is Big Brothers/Big Sisters. Various projects through Youth Aids (Sigma Phi Epsilon’s nationally sponsored charity), Danie’s Day, Project Clothesline (with Kappa Delta) and the Annual Car Crush to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.

Chapter President: James Proper
Website: Chapter Website, National Website

The Ohio Upsilon chapter of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity finds themselves in their eleventh year at John Carroll University. Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded in 1901 on the campus of Richmond College, now the University of Richmond. The story of its founding by 12 determined men set the stage for the growth and success of one of the country’s premier fraternal organizations.

The history of the Fraternity reflects the times, through great wars and profound cultural shifts. Throughout the decades, the men of Sigma Phi Epsilon have practiced their values and embraced the stated desire of the Founders, “This Fraternity will be different”. SigEp prides itself in creating the “Balanced Man” through four years of practicing the ideals of Sound Mind and Body.


  • Chapter Name: Upsilon Mu
  • Founded: 1895, University of Arkansas
  • Colors: Cardinal & Straw
  • Symbol: Owl & Skull and Corssbones
  • Philanthropy: Make-A-Wish Foundation
  • President: Savannah Grandovic
  • National Website: Chi Omega
  • Chapter Name: Zeta Omicron
  • Founded: 1874, Syracuse University
  • Colors: Brown & Mode
  • Symbol: Crescent Moon
  • Philanthropy: Girls on the Run
  • President:
  • National Website: Gamma Phi Beta
  • Chapter Website: Click Here
  • Chapter Name: Eta Kappa
  • Founded: 1870, DePauw University
  • Colors: Black & Gold
  • Symbol: Kite & Twin Stars
  • Philanthropy: CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates)
  • President:
  • National Website: Kappa Alpha Theta
  • Chapter Website: Click Here
  • Chapter Name: Eta Gamma
  • Founded: 1897, Longwood College
  • Colors: Olive Green & Pearl White
  • Symbol: Nautilus Shell, Dagger, Teddy Bear
  • Philanthropy: Girl Scouts of America and PCAA (Prevent Child Abuse America)
  • President:
  • National Website: Kappa Delta
  • Chapter Website: Click Here
  • Chapter Name: Eta Zeta
  • Founded: 1870, Monmouth College
  • Colors: Light Blue & Dark Blue
  • Symbol: Key & Owl
  • Philanthropy: Reading is Fundamental
  • President:
  • National Website: Kappa Kappa Gamma
  • Chapter Website: Click Here