The Office of Greek Life Mission
Fraternity and Sorority Life at NJIT serves to develop Undergraduate College Students in the areas of civic responsibility, cognitive development, and leadership development which will allow for an opportunity to create lifelong bonds and a meaningful sense of community amongst one another and their fellow collegians. This will occur through the diverse offering of educational programs, leadership development opportunities, facilitating conferences and training's, offering civic engagement opportunities, and additional learning opportunity through membership. This will support the mission and values of both NJIT and the greater Fraternity and Sorority community.
Congratulations to the newly crossed and initiated members in the Fall 2013 semester! Welcome to our community!
NJIT Fraternity and Sorority Community News
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New Organizations at NJIT
The NJIT Fraternity and Sorority Community welcomes Sigma Beta Rho National Fraternity who was approved for colonization on Wednesday November 27, 2013.
The NJIT Fraternity and Sorority Community welcomes Sigma Alpha Epsilon National Fraternity who colonized on November 1, 2013.
The NJIT Fraternity and Sorority Community welcomes: Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Inc. Colony to campus April 8, 2013
We look forward to working with both of these organizations in the Fall of 2013 to help them grow an integrate into our community
Milestones of our Chapters
Theta Chi is celebrating their 50th anniversary on campus this year! The Epsilon Psi Chapter was founded at NJIT on December 8, 1963.
Alpha Sigma Tau is celebrating their 30th anniversary on campus this year! The Beta Upsilon Chapter was founded at NJIT in April of 1983.
Community Service Highlights from 2012 - 2013
Tau Delta Phi and the IFSC raised a combined $567 in donations for Hurricane Sandy victims along with six large containers of clothing, food, and cleaning supplies.
Alpha Sigma Tau raised $155 for Hurricane Sandy victims via a Wing Eating Contest.
Kappa Xi Kappa and Phi Sigma Kappa spent the day in Keansburg, NJ gutting houses that had storm damage. They were able to save three houses from being completely demolished.
Delta Phi Epsilon has raised over $530 for children with Cystic Fibrosis this semester.
The Fraternity and Sorority Community spent a total of 400 hours and over $1000 to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer this past October.
Information about the Community
Interested in joining a fraternity or sorority at NJIT?
Drop by the Office of Greek Life in the Campus Center, Room 493 or send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org