Saint Louis University

What is a IFC Fraternity?

IFC Fraternity Life at SLU has a lot to offer. Joining a chapter can enhance your SLU experience by providing members with a brotherhood of lifelong friendships. Members grow during their college years through a number of leadership experiences, participation in service to the community, and a network of contacts and mentors. Whether you are looking for involvement in an intramural team, a cheering section at Billiken athletic events, a study group at Pius Library, a service trip with Habitat for Humanity, or a group to relax with on a Saturday night, you can find it in a fraternity.

Saint Louis University is the proud home of eight North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) fraternities. Our chapters are fortunate to have the support of alumni not just in Saint Louis, but around the country. Each fraternity brings something unique to the community, we welcome you to come and explore where you fit best!

Interfraternity Council (IFC) Chapters at SLU           

ADG Crest Beta Crest Phi Delt Crest
Alpha Delta Gamma
National Website
Chapter Website
Founded: October 1927
Philanthropy: Habitat for Humanity
Beta Theta Pi
National Website
Chapter Website
Founded: March 2003
Philanthropy: North Grand Services
Phi Delta Theta
National Website
Founded: 1983
Philanthropy: ALS Association
SAE Crest Sig Ep Crest

Sigma Alpha Epsilon
National Website
Founded: November 2003
Philanthropy: Children's Miracle Network
Sigma Phi Epsilon
National Website
Chapter Website
Founded: March 1990
Philanthropy: The Ali Kemp Foundation
Sig Tau Crest TKE Crest
Sigma Tau Gamma
National Website
Chapter Website
Founded: 2005
Philanthropy: Special Olympics
Tau Kappa Epsilon
National Website
Chapter Website
Founded: 1955
Philanthropy: St. Jude's Research Hospital

Information regarding a chapter's conduct status or any unrecognized organizations can be found here.