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Alpha Psi Lambda National, Inc.
Nickname: A Psi
National founding date: February 11, 1985
Chapter symbol: Jaguar
Colors: Gold and White
GPA Requirement: 2.5
Philanthropy: The Boys & Girls Clubs
The Ntense Nu Chapter of Alpha Psi Lambda National, Inc. at UT strives for their members' hard work, dedication and enthusiasm. They hope to bring a new flavor to the student body and show the definition of working hand-in-hand with men and women professionally and socially. They also want to introduce their noble organization to UT’s campus and community through community service work. Alpha Psi Lambda has welcomed people from a broad spectrum of cultures including Latin America, Caribbean, European, Asian and American. Alpha Psi Lambda — to its members — is more than just a fraternity; it creates that true family support, brotherhood and sisterhood, at a time in a student’s life when it is most important. This trend has also brought with it a need for cultural awareness, cultural identity and cross-cultural understanding.
Learn more about Alpha Psi Lambda - Nu Chapter by visiting http://www.toledoapsi2001.com/
Nu Phi Psi
National founding date: June 23, 1988
Chapter symbol: Immortal Dragon
Colors: Black and Purple
GPA Requirement: 2.5
Philanthropy: Reading is Fundamental
The UT Gamma chapter is the youngest of Nu Phi Psi Fraternity, Inc. Nu Phi Psi's members and candidates for membership are socially positive men from all walks of life: from college students and graduates, to blue-collar workers and technical professionals. It is their vision to select goal-orientated men to help carry out the purpose of outreach and service, while inspiring them to reach their individual aspirations. The fraternity selects young men with the ambition and drive to lead. Nu Phi Psi is a historically African American collegiate fraternity. To better serve the locals and cities, most of the chapters are citywide, meaning they pool membership, events, activities and service programming from every college and university within a designated area (usually within the city limits). Nu Phi Psi is in constant pursuit of excellence in academics and outreach to its surrounding community.
Learn more about Nu Phi Psi by visiting www.nuphipsi.org.
Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity, Inc.
National founding date: April 4, 1986
Chapter symbol: White Stallion
Colors: Royal Purple and Pure White
GPA Requirement: 2.5
Philanthropy: The Victor Correa CPR Awareness Day and Collegiate Leadership Development Program
Sigma Lambda Beta (SLB) is the largest and fastest growing Latino-based multicultural membership fraternity in the nation. Founded April 4, 1986 at the University of Iowa, Sigma Lambda Beta is a social fraternity based on cultural understanding and wisdom. They believe in principles of fairness, opportunity, and equality of all men no matter their race, culture or ethnicity. Their mission can be summed up by their motto, “Opportunity for wisdom, wisdom for culture. It is our focus and desire to foster intellectual excellence and use this to uplift our communities beyond where we are today.”
Learn more about Sigma Lambda Beta by visiting www.sigmalambdabeta.com.
Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc.
National founding date: April 9, 1990
Chapter symbol: Pink Rose
Colors: Shocking Pink and Majestic Purple
GPA Requirement: 2.75
Philanthropy: Breast cancer awareness and the TRIO Programs
Sigma Lambda Gamma believes that culture equals pride and pride equals success. They explore the richness in the traditions of Latina culture. This encompasses the cultural heritages of Native Americans (North, Central, and South), Europeans, Africans, Asians and their multiple and interesting mixtures. They celebrate the diversity of the backgrounds of all members of their sorority. Through these efforts in cultural awareness, they expect each woman will explore their roots and traditions and share those with other individuals so that cultural understanding and respect are promoted. They hope to create new traditions for future generations of women to celebrate their identity and heritage with pride and joy throughout their college years.
Learn more about Sigma Lambda Gamma by visiting www.sigmalamndagamma.com.