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Fraternity and Sorority Life Cover Fraternities and sororities have been a part of the Cal State LA experience since 1948! We have over
25 fraternities and sororities on campus from which students experience relationships, community service, leadership development, networking, and personal growth. Our community includes organizations that are community service based, culturally focused, social, and everything between so there’s a place for everyone in our growing community! See the pages below to learn more about our community, it’s members, opportunities, and events. Be sure to follow us on Instagram @calstatelagreeks.


What is Greek Life

Fraternities and sororities provide an enriching student experience that helps individuals to grow and develop as students who have leadership and social skills, who prioritize their academics and service to community. Membership in a fraternity or sorority is life-long and provides connections long after graduation. Membership experiences focus around the following pillars of fraternity/sorority life

  • Friendship: The Greek Community provides a home-away-from-home environment you can proudly come back to after graduation. Being part of the Greek Community is a chance to be a part of something greater than yourself. You will also gain lifelong friendships, memories, and a strong sense of belonging.
  • Leadership: The Greek Community offers endless opportunities for developing leadership skills in its members. Members hold positions within their chapter, ranging from chapter president to committee chair. Today, it takes more than a college degree to be successful. Employers want college graduates who have demonstrated leadership abilities and aren’t afraid to get involved. The Greek Community is able to provide its members with these opportunities.
  • Philanthropy and Service: Greeks take pride in community service and philanthropy. Each chapter has a foundation or charity they sponsor through philanthropic events. Sororities and fraternities sponsor a multitude of activities each year to impact the local community and raise money.
  • Scholarship: Fraternities and sororities strive for high scholarship and developing academic excellence among their chapter members. Fraternities and sororities offer time management, study skills, and other programming to help members be successful in the classroom.
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Community Reports

Community reports are created to demonstrate academic, service, and philanthropic efforts of the Greek community.

Chapter Status

In an effort to be as transparent as possible with our community, the Center for Student Involvement has published the chapter status of each chapter chartered at California State University, Los Angeles.

Multicultural Greek Council (MGC)

Fraternities:
  • Beta Gamma Nu: GOOD STANDING
  • Sigma Lambda Beta: GOOD STANDING
Sororities:
  • Alpha Theta Pi: GOOD STANDING
  • Sigma Lambda Gamma: GOOD STANDING
  • Chi Sigma Phi: UNRECOGNIZED
CO-ED Organizations:
  • Alpha Phi Omega: PROBATION
  • Delta Sigma Chi: GOOD STANDING
National Panhellenic Conference (NPC):

  • Alpha Sigma Tau: GOOD STANDING
  • Delta Zeta: GOOD STANDING
  • Delta Phi Epsilon: GOOD STANDING
Infraternity Council (IFC):

  • Sigma Alpha Epsilon: GOOD STANDING
  • Zeta Beta Tau: GOOD STANDING
  • Sigma Nu: GOOD STANDING
  • Phi Sigma Kappa: UNRECOGNIZED
National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC):

Fraternities
  • Phi Beta Sigma: GOOD STANDING
Sororities
  • Delta Sigma Theta: GOOD STANDING
  • Zeta Phi Beta: GOOD STANDING

University Status Key for FSL Groups

  • Good Standing - the organization is officially recognized by the university. These organizations have the privileges of using University facilities and equipment, holding meetings and programs on campus, recruiting members that will be recognized by the University, participating in University-sponsored activities and events, and other benefits outlined in the Cal State LA Student Organization Handbook.
  • Unrecognized - the organization is not in good standing and is no longer associated with the University, their HQs, or council. The organization and its members do not receive any support or advisement from the University. Unrecognized organizations may not participate in any university-sponsored activity and may not utilize any property owned, operated, leased, or managed by Cal State LA. The University has severed its relationship with these organizations due to significant and serious concerns over the health and safety of our students and university community, and the University would strongly discourage maintaining or seeking membership in these organizations.
  • Probation - places the organization on probation for a period of time during which the organization is expected to demonstrate exemplary compliance with University policies. Probation may include conditions that the organization must meet to be removed from probation. The probationary conditions may specify the sanctions to be imposed should the organization not comply with the term(s) of probation.

Visit Us

The CSI staff is available during the work week and can be seen on campus at night and weekends for meetings and programs to assist you in your fraternity and sorority experience. Please email us or stop by our office for more information.

Contact Information
Phone: 323-343-5110
Fax: 323-343-5101
Email: cbattle3@calstatela.edu

FSL Eminence Award Recipients

Individual Awards


  • Academic Achievement Award

    Bianey Sanchez (Alpha Sigma Tau)
  • Highest Chapter GPA
    Epsilon Zeta Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta
  • New Member of the Year
    Erika Estrada (Alpha Sigma Tau)
  • Silent Leader of the Year
    Rachel Zambetti (Alpha Sigma Tau)
  • Servant Leader of the Year
    Dania Ocegueda (Delta Phi Epsilon)
  • Member of the Year
    Teresa Vu (Delta Zeta)
  • Chapter President of the Year
    Estefania Aguirre (Delta Zeta)
  • Advisor of the Year
    Tania Roney (Delta Zeta)
  • Friend to the Greeks
    Sonjia Leyva (Delta Zeta)

Chapter Awards


  • Alpha Phi Omega

    Brotherhood, Community Service, Leadership Development
  • Alpha Sigma Tau
    Academics, Sisterhood, Community Service, Leadership Development, Membership Education, Philanthropy, Risk Management
  • Delta Phi Epsilon
    Academics, Sisterhood, Community Service, Leadership Development, Membership Education, Philanthropy, Risk Management
  • Delta Sigma Chi
    Sisterhood/Brotherhood, Community Service, Leadership Development, Membership Education, Philanthropy, Risk Management
  • Delta Sigma Theta
    Academics, Membership Education, Philanthropy, Risk Management
  • Delta Zeta
    Academics, Sisterhood, Leadership Development, Philanthropy, Risk Management
  • Kappa Delta Chi
    Academics, Sisterhood, Community Service, Membership Education, Risk Management
  • Sigma Alpha Epsilon
    Brotherhood, Philanthropy, Risk Management
  • Sigma Lambda Beta
    Community Service, Philanthropy

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CSI OFFICE HOURS
Mon - Thu : 8:00am - 6:00pm
Fri : 8:00am - 5:00pm
Sat - Sun: Closed
5154 State University Drive
Room 204, U-SU
Los Angeles, CA 90032
Phone: 323-343-5110
Fax: 323-343-5101


OFFICE HOURS:
MON - THUR: 8 AM - 6 PM
FRI: 8 AM - 5 PM
SAT - SUN: CLOSED
Clubs Organizations Offices:
MON - FRI: 8 AM - 6 PM
SAT - SUN: CLOSED
5154 State University Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90032
Room 204, 2nd Floor, U-SU
Phone: 323-343-5110
Fax: 323-343-5101