Student Life and Leadership

Social Greek Organizations

Social Greek Organizations
Sororities and fraternities focus on service, scholarship, leadership, and networking opportunities for members.

Alpha Sigma Alpha (Sorority)

Purpose and Goals of Organization:

Alpha Sigma Alpha, the first sorority founded in the twentieth centuary, fosters close friendships between members and develops women of poise and purpose.

The vision of Alpha Sigma Alpha is to cultivate values and ideals in women who are known for their character and concern for others. Alpha Sigma Alpha inspires women to lead, to serve and most of all to make a difference. 

Membership Requirements and Obligations:

Through membership in Alpha Sigma Alpha, our women are equipped with the tools to be engaged and passionate leaders. Alpha Sigma Alpha cultivates members by providing relevant opportunities for personal and professional development. each member is enriched with programming that focuses on her achievement of self-awareness, living with integrity and seeking opportunities for intellectual advancement.

Primary Contact: Nora Dietz-Kilen  

Kappa Delta Rho (Fraternity)

Purpose and Goals of Organization:

Kappa Delta Rho is a lifetime brotherhood dedicated to the continuing character development of its members through Fellowship, Leadership, Scholarship, Service and Tradition. The purpose of this fraternity are to:

  1. Promote good fellowship among its members and the advancement of truth, justice, and virtue as exemplified by our Latin motto: "Honor Super Omnia."
  2. Promote scholarship, remembering our young members are students first and fraternity members second, and to continue its partnership with educational and administrative authorities of the institutions where its chapters are located.
  3. Promote an environment for students to learn how to apply the knowledge acquired from the classroom and their fraternity experience. second, to encourage a culture surrounding wherein its undergraduate members may enjoy a social life that will supplement their college activities, giving them the opportunity to think and act in a responsible and exemplary manner. 
  4. Continue enriching its heritage; and to maintain this tradition, we must ensure that we provide the means to uphold the values and standards on which we were founded.
  5. Provide the necessary tools and proper values in preparation for the future and to support and foster leadership capabilities in our young members, thus enabling them to excel in career development and social involvement throughout their life.
  6. Promote the dignity of social involvement through service to the college, to the community, and to their fellow man during their college careers in lieu of "hazing" activities, which are both degrading to the human body and the human mind.
  7. Develop proper programs to serve our alumni and to encourage their active and financial involvement in all ways possible since their vows of membership meant, "KAPPA DELTA RHO FOR LIFE."

Primary Contact: Austin Netherton 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Sigma Epsilon Chapter

Purpose and Goals of Organization: 
The object of this fraternity shall be for the development of the best and truest fraternal spirit; the mutual welfare and brotherhood of musical students; and the advancement of music in America and a loyalty to the Alma Mater.

Membership Requirements and Obligations:
This chapter will be open to all male students (Title IX Exempt) of IPFW. No discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or religion. Membership and participant shall be free from discrimination and harassment per the policies of the IPFW Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct as stated in Part 1, Section A, Items 3&4. Academic good standing shall be mandatory upon consideration for membership, and members must have a GPA. Dues stand at $114.00 currently per semester. ($79 for nationals, $30 for chapter, and $5 for province). Expulsion within due process requires a 3/4 confirmation vote. The member must be notified and have a week to appeal if he so chooses. Suspension hinges on dues (auto), attendance, and subversive conduct.

Activities and Events Planned for Current Year:

Primary Contact: 

Stephen Stachofsky (260) 301-4743

Advisor Contact:

David Cooke (260) 481-0138

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