Center for Student Involvement

Fraternities



Alpha Phi Alpha chapters were developed at other colleges and universities, many of them historically black institutions, soon after the founding at Cornell University. While continuing to stress academic excellence among its members, Alpha also recognized the need to help correct the educational, economic, political, and social injustices faced by African-Americans. For more information, please visit the Organization's Website .



Alpha Sigma Phi is the newest fraternity at Missouri Western. Founded at Yale University on December 6, 1845, Alpha Sigma Phi continues to be the organization of choice for collegiate men founded on the values of Silence, Charity, Purity, Honor, and Patriotism. For more information about Alpha Sigma Phi, please visit the Organization's Website .



Phi Beta Sigma is a social/service collegiate and professional fraternity founded at Howard University in Washington, D.C. on January 9, 1914, by three young African-American male students with nine other Howard students as charter members. For more information, please visit the Organization's Website .



Phi Delta Theta was organized with three principle objectives: the cultivation of friendship among its members, the acquirement individually of a high degree of mental culture, and the attainment personally of a high standard of morality. For more information, please visit the Organization's Website .



Tau Kappa Epsilon is a brotherhood of men who since its founding in 1899, more than 240,000 men of good character have become members. We currently operate Chapters and Colonies on 268 college campuses across the United States and Canada, which makes us the largest college social fraternity in the world. For more information, please visit the Organization's Website .