Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life
UT Dallas Fraternity and Sorority Report Fall 2012
|No.||Council||Chapter Rank by GPA||GPA||# of New Members||# of Chapter Members (total)|
|1||UGC||Beta Chi Theta||3.22||3||23|
|2||CPC||Kappa Alpha Theta||3.216||25||68|
|3||NPHC||Delta Sigma Theta||3.177||0||2|
|5||CPC||Delta Delta Delta||3.1||16||54|
|6||UGC||Sigma Sigma Rho (Colony)||3.063||0||11|
|7||UGC||SIgma Lambda Alpha||3.031||4||19|
|8||UGC||Sigma Lambda Gamma (Colony)||3.031||6||16|
|9||CPC||Alpha Gamma Delta||3.028||19||57|
|11||IFC||Pi Kappa Phi||2.914||9||32|
|12||UGC||Omega Delta Phi||2.898||9||35|
|14||UGC||Lambda Phi Epsilon||2.848||4||18|
|15||IFC||Sigma Alpha Epsilon||2.801||28||69|
|16||UGC||Delta Epsilon Psi||2.761||5||24|
|17||UGC||Sigma Lambda Beta||2.62||0||9|
|18||NPHC||Alpha Kappa Alpha||2.214||3||5|
|19||NPHC||Alpha Phi Alpha||2.036||2||4|
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Brief History at UT Dallas
The first attempt to form social fraternities at UT Dallas is documented in organization registration forms and minutes of the University Fraternal Organization (UFO) in 1982. The UFO was active from the spring of 1982 to the spring of 1984. In the fall of 1990, several national organizations received Greek Council packets and were asked if they would consider starting a colony at UT Dallas.
By the spring of 1992, Alpha Gamma Delta sorority and Kappa Sigma fraternity were installed as the first fully recognized national and international groups on campus. Since then the fraternity and sorority community at UT Dallas has grown to become one of the most vibrant student leadership opportunities on campus.
In 1996, two interest groups were developed for National Pan-Hellenic Council organizations, paving the way for more diverse organizations and more opportunities.
A mere four years later, the Multicultural Greek Council was formed to meet the needs of the multicultural fraternal organizations that were being established at UT Dallas.
Over the past 21 years, 19 groups have established themselves on campus, creating four different governing councils, and reaching membership totals of up to 600 students each year.