Fraternity and Sorority Affairs

Fraternity and Sorority Affairs

Students moving inWelcome to the CSU, Chico Fraternity and Sorority Affairs website! Here you will be able to find out all about what it means to be a member of a Greek-lettered organization at Chico State. Currently, we have 30 fraternities and sororities that make up our Greek community, which makes up approximately 12 percent of the student population. Being a part of the Greek community provides students with opportunities for lifelong friendship, leadership development, scholarship enhancement, philanthropic endeavors, and community involvement. Membership also provides many opportunities for social interactions, such a participating in Greek Week, Omega Week, and the many events hosted by our chapters.


All chapter events are to be held virtually until further notice. Chapter leadership has received information, training, and coaching on how to safely navigate through this crisis. Updates regarding COVID-19 are provided weekly to chapter leadership. Chapter presidents are receiving individualized coaching to ensure each organization remains safe and healthy during this time. For more information on chapter operations, please view our Policies and Procedures under 'Current Members' then the 'Virtual Chapter Management' tab.


Thinking about joining a fraternity or sorority? Still not sure if Greek life is for you? Don't worry! Recruitment is a great way for our campus community to get to know our recognized fraternities and sororities! Joining a fraternity or sorority is a commitment, and we are dedicated to helping you find your home away from home.

Unrecognized Greek-Lettered Organizations

There are a few of organizations in the community that may portray themselves as university-affiliated fraternities or sororities. Although these organizations may have houses with Greek letters on them, they are not recognized by the University. For the safety of our students and the community, we urge you to take caution when associating with these organizations and their events.

Unrecognized organizations cannot be required to follow University standards. Recognized fraternities and sororities receive consistent training on hazing, alcohol and drug abuse, Title IX resources, mental health, leadership development and much more. The status of recognized fraternities and sororities is evaluated on a regular basis and is dependent on the students ability to comply with the Fraternity and Sorority Affairs Policies and Procedures as well as the Student Code of Conduct.

The following organizations are not recognized or affiliated with the University:

  • Alpha Chi (ΑΧ) - Sorority
  • Delta Psi Delta (ΔΨΔ) - Fraternity
  • Theta Chi (θΧ) - Fraternity
  • Tau Gamma Theta (ΤΓθ) - Fraternity
Title IX
As per Federal mandate, CSU, Chico is required to report any Title IX violations. More information on Title IX and its guidelines.