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Interested in joining a fraternity on campus? There are eight different Interfraternal Council (IFC) and two Multicultural Greek (MGC) fraternity chapters currently represented at Boise State. Learn more about each chapter, then fill out an interest form and a representative of the fraternity community will reach out to you with more information.

Fall 2017 Recruitment Events

Monday, August 21: All Greek BBQ
5 p.m., Student Union Building, Patio

Tuesday, August 29: Meet the Chapters
5:30 p.m., Student Union Building, Hatch Ballroom

Friday, September 1: IFC BBQ
1 p.m., Student Union Building, Patio

Questions about Interfraternal chapter recruitment? Email Randy Sanchez, Interfraternity Council Vice President of Recruitment at

Alpha Kappa Lambda

Alpha Kappa Lambda was the first fraternity founded on the West Coast and it is based on the ideals of Judeo-Christian principles, Leadership, Scholarship, Loyalty, and Self-Support. This is a fraternity founded upon to help guide its members to mature in a social and educational learning process to become men of character. Being an AKL is an experience made by our community service, philanthropy work, academic achievement, lifelong brotherhood and more.
Contact: Recruitment Chair Nainoa Tomimoto-Kim –
National Website:
Chapter Facebook Page:

Alpha Tau Omega

Colonizing in fall 2017.

Recruitment Information Request: 
National Website:

Delta Sigma Phi

The Iota Theta chapter of Delta Sigma Phi is a group of men striving for greatness through Courage, Action, and Excellence. A man of Courage understands that the right choice is not always the easiest choice, and is willing to do the right thing even if nobody else is looking. A man of Action is dedicated to bettering the community around him through intentional acts of service and generosity. He understands that the way to find himself is to lose himself in the service of others. A man of Excellence is committed to making the most of his education by applying himself to the conceptualization of a subject in which he is passionate about, so one day he can combine passion with knowledge and change the world. Delta Sigma Phi was founded in New York in 1899 by a group of men intent on establishing a fraternity that accepted gentlemen regardless of race, religion, or creed. We at Iota Theta hold firm to this ideal.

Contact: AJ Tift –
National Website:

Delta Upsilon

Delta Upsilon is committed to Building Better Men through service, leadership development, and brotherhood. Delta Upsilon members strive to be men who seek leadership positions within DU and other clubs and causes on campus. We strive to excel in our coursework and build friendships and connections across and beyond the Boise State community. We also aim to become global citizens by taking opportunities to travel abroad and experience new cultures, and take the initiative to improve the city of Boise and beyond with service events and our philanthropy, the Global Service Initiative.
Contact: Mackenzie Boudreaux –
National Website:

Kappa Sigma

Contact: Jared Del Rosario –
National Website:

Phi Gamma Delta

Headquartered in Lexington, KY, Phi Gamma Delta was founded in 1848 at Washington & Jefferson College on the values of Friendship, Knowledge, Service, Morality, and Excellence. The Fraternity has over 10,000 undergraduate members in 142 chapters and 13 colonies throughout North America. We are excited to continue to recruit men who exemplify our values at Boise State University.
Contact: Luke Eckroth –
Chapter Website:
National Website:
Chapter Facebook Page:

Pi Kappa Phi

Contact: Skyler Cummins –
National Website:

Sigma Chi

Sigma Chi is founded on the never-ending principles of friendship, justice, and learning. With implementation of these ideals in our lives, the Sigma Chi fraternity develops substantial leadership into the lives of many. Since our founding over 160 years ago, we continue to pride ourselves on the concept of lifelong brotherhood, notably seen by us being recognized with the largest alumni group. The experience of being a Sigma Chi is highlighted by our brotherhood, philanthropic and community service, and our dedication to academic success.Visit our website or contact our recruitment chair Tyler Wood for more information.
Contact: Taylor Lippman –
National Website:

Tau Kappa Epsilon

Contact: Nick Plummer –
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