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Big Ideas. Big Results. Greek Life at Texas A&M

Leading With Values

From the beginning...

Sigma Phi Epsilon at Texas A&M University was formed on March 31, 1973 after the local fraternity of Phi Delta Sigma became part of the national fraternal organization. This decision made Sigma Phi Epsilon the first national fraternity in the Texas A&M Greek community. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. became the first Greek-Lettered organization to be recognized by Texas A&M University in 1983. Since then, more than 20,000 Aggie Greeks have lead with values to ensure that the brotherhood and sisterhood of Greek Life remain a vibrant student involvement opportunity at Texas A&M.

Find Your Fit in a Fraternity or Sorority

The Greek experience at Texas A&M ensures that you'll find a family of like-minded Aggies to spend your four years with. Even better, this experience will open new doors and new opportunities for values-based leadership. Are you a up and coming financial guru? Well then, perhaps you are the future Treasurer of a Collegiate Panhellenic Council sorority. Do you aspire to become a teacher? Then perhaps you'll like to become a New Member Educator within an Interfraternity Council chapter. Do you have a rich cultural family history? Then maybe a Multicultural Greek Council chapter is for you. Are you ready to make the life-long committment to one of the Divine Nine? Then contact our National Pan-Hellenic Council today. The opportunities are endless, and they don't stop with Greek Life. Aggie Greeks are members of almost all of the 900+ student organizations on campus. Why? Because you can't learn everything you need to know about leadership and life by being in only one organization. We're sure that once you give Greek Life a chance, you won't be dissapointed.

Our Values

Scholarship & Academic Achievement
Leadership Development
Service to others / Philanthropy
High Standards / Ethical Behavior
Good Character & Personal Development
Respect for their historical founding (mission & goals)
Loyalty to alma mater
Loyalty to each other

Get Involved Today!

Greek Life brings a variety of Greek values to the table. To learn more, visit our Greek Council Web sites:
Interfraternity Council
Multicultural Greek Council
National Pan-Hellenic Council
Collegiate Panhellenic Council


Feel free to contact our advisors at 979.862.5636 or by e-mail:

Tammie Preston-Cunningham, National Pan-Hellenic Council:   

Melissa Williams, Collegiate Panhellenic Council:

Cameron Morrison, Interfraternity Council:

Sade Dawson, Multicultural Greek Council:  

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