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Current Lincoln University
Greek and
Social Fellowship Organizations

The Greek and Social Fellowship organizations that currently have chapters at Lincoln University were founded on various principles including, but not limited to the following: Brotherhood/Sisterhood, Manhood/Womanhood, Scholarship, Cultural Consciousness, Community Service, Black Awareness, Academic Excellence, Perseverance, Achievement and Leadership.

These organizations continue to serve Lincoln University, the community, and the world at large through service projects, academic and social activities, scholarships, etc.

Lincoln University hosts the following chapters:
Fraternities
Sororities
Alpha Phi Alpha
Founded - 1906 at Cornell Univ.
Nu Chapter Founded - 1912

Alpha Kappa Alpha
Founded - 1908 at Howard Univ.
Epsilon Nu Chapter founded - 1969

Kappa Alpha Psi
Founded - 1911 at Univ. of Indiana
Epsilon Chapter founded 1915

Delta Sigma Theta
Founded - 1913 at Howard Univ.
Zeta Omega Chapter founded - 1969

Omega Psi Phi
Founded - 1911 at Howard Univ.
Beta Chapter founded - 1914
Zeta Phi Beta
Founded - 1920 at Howard Univ.
Delta Delta Chapter founded - 1970
Phi Beta Sigma
Founded - 1914 at Howard Univ.
Mu Chapter founded - 1922

Sigma Gamma Rho
Founded - 1922 at Butler Univ.
Xi Theta Chapter founded - 1995

Iota Phi Theta
Founded - 1963 at Morgan State Univ.
Epsilon Epsilon Chapter founded - 2000
 
Social Fellowships

Groove Phi Groove
Founded - 1962 at Morgan State Univ.
Mighty Lion Chapter Founded 1969


Swing Phi Swing

Founded - 1969 at Winston-Salem State University
Gendaga Bimbisha Tabu founded - 1998
Pan-Hellenic Council
 

The Pan-Hellenic Council is the governing and coordinating body for the nine national Greek organizations on this campus. Lincoln’s Pan-Hellenic Council strives for unity and cooperation among the campus fraternity andsorority groups and establishes rules governing inter-group activities.

 


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