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Chapters for Sororities & Fraternities

Interfraternity Council

IFC exists to promote the shared interests and values of the 27 member fraternities: leadership, service, brotherhood, and scholarship. Chapters with an * are in University-owned buildings.

Organization

CU Designation

CU Founding

President

Address

Acacia

No. 14 Cornell

1907

Lorenzo de Alba

318 Highland Rd

Alpha Delta Phi

Cornell

1869

Sean Kelly

777 Stewart Ave

Alpha Epsilon Pi

Beta

1917

Nicolas Sweet

140 Thurston Ave

Alpha Gamma Rho

Zeta

1914

Alley Sampson

203 Highland Ave

Alpha Zeta

Cornell

1901

Mary Garrison

214 Thurston Ave

Beta Theta Pi

Beta Delta

1879

Nathaniel Dwyer

100 Ridgewood Rd

*Chi Phi

Xi

1868

Anthony Cicileo

107 Edgemoor Ln

Chi Psi

Psi

1869

Nick Sokoll

810 University Ave

Delta Chi

Alpha

1890

Andrew Coffin

102 The Knoll Rd

*Delta Kappa Epsilon

Delta Chi

1870

Jared Hirsch

13 South Ave

*Delta Tau Delta

Beta Omicron

1889

Jacob Polacek

104 Mary Ann Wood Dr

*Delta Upsilon

Cornell

1869

Ben Hirsch

6 South Ave

Kappa Delta Rho

Beta

1913

Teddy Naughton

312 Highland Rd

*Kappa Sigma

Alpha Kappa

1892

Nicholas Baughman

600 University Ave

Lambda Chi Alpha

Omicron

1913

Liam Vinal

125 Edgemoor Ln

Phi Delta Theta

NY Alpha

1872

Everest Yan

2 Ridewood Rd

Phi Kappa Tau

Alpha Tau

1930

Rory Williams

106 The Knoll Rd

Phi Sigma Kappa

Gamma

1889

Bradley Silver

702 University Ave

Pi Kappa Alpha

Beta Theta

1917

Dylan Diamond

17 South Ave

Pi Kappa Phi

Psi

1921

Rohan Sasso

55 Ridgewood Rd

*Sigma Alpha Mu

Beta

1911

Matt Rosenthal

122 McGraw Pl

Sigma Chi

Alpha Phi

1890

Harrison Nicholas

106 Cayuga Height Rd

*Sigma Phi Society

NY Epsilon

1890

Oliver Fisher

1 Forest Park Ln

Sigma Pi

Mu

1913

Chris Cavanaugh

730 University Ave

Theta Delta Chi

Beta Charge

1870

 Dan Trimbur

800 University Ave

Zeta Beta Tau

Kappa

Denver Space

1 Edgecliff Pl

*Zeta Psi

Psi

1865

Nick Fanelli

534 Thurston Ave

Multicultural Greek & Fraternal Council

MGFC is comprised of 12 sororities and fraternities that identify as Historically Black, Latinx Based, African-Social Justice, and Asian Interest. Chapters with an * are in University-owned buildings. 

Organization

CU Designation

CU Founding

President

Address

alpha Kappa Delta Phi Sorority, Inc.

Tau

1997

Kelly Yu

OSFL - 136 Ho Plaza

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

Alpha

1906

Meshach Boyce

OSFL - 136 Ho Plaza

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Mu Gamma

1975

Anasya Chase-Manuel

OSFL - 136 Ho Plaza

Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.

Iota

2000

Lanchin "Melody" Na

OSFL - 136 Ho Plaza

Lambda Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Inc.

Alpha Kappa

1999

Kylan Lim-Hanna

OSFL - 136 Ho Plaza

Lambda Pi Chi Sorority, Inc. Alpha 1988 Claudia Ponce de Leon OSFL - 136 Ho Plaza
Lambda Upsilon Lambda 

Alpha

1982

Ayman Naji

OSFL - 136 Ho Plaza

Malik Fraternity, Inc.

Dadd Kingdom

2017

Avery Williams

OSFL - 136 Ho Plaza

Phi Beta Sigma

Kappa Xi 1979

Devonte Parker

OSFL - 136 Ho Plaza

*Pi Delta Psi Fraternity, Inc.

Kappa 1998

Brian Lu

124 Triphammer Rd

Sigma Lambda Upsilon Sorority, Inc. 

Iota 1993

Ashley Acosta

OSFL - 136 Ho Plaza

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Xi Phi 2019 Deja Gilliam OSFL - 136 Ho Plaza

Panhellenic Association

PHC serves 13 chapters at Cornell, assisting chapters in their efforts to achieve excellence and to encourage communication and mutual cooperation. Chapters with an * are in University-owned buildings.

Organization

CU Designation

CU Founding

President

Address

Alpha Chi Omega

Zeta Phi

1984

Nicole Estess

210 Thurston Ave

Alpha Epsilon Phi

Kappa

1920

Abby Hentel

435 Wyckoff Ave

Alpha Phi

Delta

1889

Sharon Perlmutter

411 Thurston Ave

Alpha Xi Delta

Alpha Beta

1919

Julia Levine

40 Ridgewood Rd

Delta Delta Delta

Alpha Beta

1913

Courtney Xu

118 Triphammer Rd

Delta Gamma

Chi

1885

Caroline Wortman

117 Triphammer Rd

Kappa Alpha Theta

Iota

1881

Natalie Kister

519 Stewart Ave

Kappa Delta

Omega Chi

1917

Ava Niemeier

109 Triphammer Rd

Kappa Kappa Gamma

Psi Dueteron

1883

Alexandra Gray

508 Thurston Ave

Phi Mu

Phi Xi

2014

Kelly Rodriguez

509 Wyckoff Rd

*Phi Sigma Sigma

Beta Xi

1954

Erin Fleck

14 South Ave

Pi Beta Phi

NY Delta

1918

Catherine Choi

330 Triphammer Rd

Sigma Delta Tau

Alpha

1917

Lauren Park

115 Ridgewood Rd

Unrecognized Chapters

Unrecognized chapters are not permitted to use Cornell University's name or image, reserve University spaces, or represent themselves as an official part of the University community. This situation concerns us because we do not have confidence that unrecognized chapters operate with the same diligence to promote student growth and development; provide proactive and preventative measures to foster wellness and safety; nor abide by University guidelines with regard to recruitment, new member education, academic support, and other areas that are vital to the successful management of a chapter. Additionally, unrecognized chapters operate willingly and against institutional policy and therefore lack resources and support provided to other student organizations. The Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life, along with our governing student bodies, and Cornell University neither support nor condone the activities of these unrecognized organizations, or any other groups representing themselves as a social fraternity or sorority. Any individuals contemplating membership in one of these unrecognized organizations should carefully consider this information.

Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity

September 23, 2020 - Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity has permanently lost recognition from Cornell University and may not be considered for University Recognition at any point in the future. We regret deeply that the actions of the recent membership will have a lasting impact on a large number of proud Cornell alumni. Additional details can be found on the Hazing at Cornell website.

Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) Fraternity

September 4, 2020 - Effective immediately, Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) fraternity’s recognition is revoked for a period of no less than two (2) years, as a result of incidents related to the Risk Management and Social Event Policy. FIJI does not benefit from the university privileges conferred on recognized organizations and is not subject to university regulations, including those governing conduct and compliance with local and state fire code.

Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity

Spring 2020 - The Sorority and Fraternity Organization Misconduct Board recommended the immediate withdrawal of recognition of Tau Kappa Epsilon for a period of no less than three years. If recognition is requested and approved pursuant to the applicable university policy or procedure in place at any point following the three-year period, the Chapter would remain on Probationary Recognition for a period of no less than two calendar years. Such Probationary Recognition may include other specific limitations to the chapter's recognition status as may be deemed appropriate at that time. More information can be found on the Hazing Website.

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity

July 12, 2019 - Effective immediately, Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity’s recognition is revoked for a period of no less than four years, as a result of incidents determined to include hazing. If recognition is requested and approved pursuant to the applicable university procedure in place following the four-year period, upon return the Chapter will remain on probationary recognition status for a period of no less than two years. More information can be found on the Hazing Website.

Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity, Inc.

December 7, 2018 - Effective immediately, Lambda Theta Phi fraternity’s recognition is revoked for a period of no less than three (3) years, as a result of incidents determined to include hazing. If recognition is requested and approved pursuant to the applicable university procedure in place following the three-year period, upon return the Chapter will remain on probationary recognition status for a period of no less than one (1) year. Lambda Theta Phi does not benefit from the university privileges conferred on recognized organizations and is not subject to university regulations, including those governing conduct and compliance with local and state fire code. More information can be found on the Hazing Website.

Delta Phi Fraternity

August 9, 2018 - Effective immediately, Delta Phi (Llenroc) fraternity’s recognition is revoked for a period of no less than four (4) years, as a result of incidents determined to include hazing. If recognition is requested and approved pursuant to the applicable university procedure in place following the four-year period, upon return the Chapter will remain on probationary recognition status for a period of no less than two years. Delta Phi does not benefit from the university privileges conferred on recognized organizations and is not subject to university regulations, including those governing conduct and compliance with local and state fire code. More information can be found on the Hazing Website.

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.

August 9, 2018 - Effective immediately, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity’s recognition is revoked for a period of no less than two (2) years, as a result of incidents determined to include hazing. If recognition is requested and approved pursuant to the applicable university procedure in place following the two-year period, upon return the Chapter will remain on probationary recognition status for a period of no less than two years. Kappa Alpha Psi does not benefit from the university privileges conferred on recognized organizations and is not subject to university regulations, including those governing conduct and compliance with local and state fire code. More information can be found on the Hazing Website.

Sigma Nu Fraternity

May 4, 2018 - Effective immediately, Sigma Nu fraternity’s recognition is revoked for a period of no less than three (3) years, as a result of incidents determined to include hazing. If recognition is requested and approved pursuant to the applicable university procedure in place following the three-year period, upon return the Chapter will remain on probationary recognition status for a period of no less than two years. Sigma Nu does not benefit from the university privileges conferred on recognized organizations and is not subject to university regulations, including those governing conduct and compliance with local and state fire code. More information can be found on the Hazing Website.

Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

January 9, 2018 - Effective immediately, Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.'s recognition is revoked for a period of no less than five (5) years, as a result of incidents determined to include hazing. If recognition is requested and approved pursuant to the applicable university procedure in place following the three-year period, upon return the Chapter will remain on probationary recognition status for a period of no less than two years. Omega Phi Beta does not benefit from the university privileges conferred on recognized organizations and is not subject to university regulations, including those governing conduct and compliance with local and state fire code. More information can be found on the Hazing Website.

Psi Upsilon Fraternity

May 25, 2016 - Information Can be Found Here

Seal & Serpent

Seal & Serpent is a local organization with no national affiliation. It withdrew from the Interfraternity Council in 2016 but continues to operate a privately-owned residential facility at 305 Thurston Avenue. This group is not a recognized student organization at Cornell. Therefore, it does not benefit from the university privileges conferred on recognized organizations and is not subject to university regulations, including those governing organizational conduct and compliance with local and state fire code.