Vanderbilt University is home to 35 fraternities and sororities with over 43% of VU undergraduates belonging to the VU Greek community.
With a strong social presence, numerous individuals involved in student government and athletics, as well as the second highest GPA on campus, Alpha Epsilon Pi continues to make a huge impact in the Vanderbilt Community.
Alpha Kappa Psi at Vanderbilt is an elite undergraduate organization that promotes brotherhood and professional development amongst Vanderbilt's future business leaders. Our brothers share a passion for business and a dedication to excellence.
This is the Vanderbilt colony of Alif Laam Meem, the first Muslim fraternity in the nation which was started at the University of Texas, Dallas
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc is the first Inter-Collegiate Black Greek Letter fraternity dedicated to developing leaders, promoting brotherhood and academic excellence, while providing service and advocacy for our communities.
Alpha Phi Omega is a national, co-ed service fraternity that has set the standard for college campus-based volunteerism since 1925. We strive to help each individual member develop leadership skills and experience meaningful friendship and service.
The Beta Pi chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity was founded in 1889, and has since developed a strong presence with 53 current members, many of whom are involved in leadership positions in many organizations throughout the Vanderbilt community.
Beta Chi Theta is a social fraternity in the Vandertbilt Interfraternity Council and the North American Interfraternity Conference.
The Mission of the Intercultural Greek Council is to provide a space by which culturally based fraternities and sororities can have an experience that is holistic, relevant, and specific to the unique nuances that make up these organizations.
The Interfraternity Council promotes the interests of fraternities in general, and insures cooperation among the different fraternities on campus.