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Northwest Missouri State University

Greek Organizations

Alpha Delta Pi

President: Megan Caswell
Advisor(s): Joy Daggs
Mission: Established in 1851, Alpha Delta Pi is committed to sisterhood, values and ethics, high academic standards and social responsibility.
Purpose: A Greek organization to help young women grow into future leaders.

Alpha Gamma Rho

President: Erik Groven
Advisor(s): Arley Larson
Mission: To be the premier fraternity, developing lifelong brothers with the highest standards of leadership, scholarship, service and moral character among men with common bonds in agriculture, food, life sciences and natural resources.
Purpose: To make better men, and through them a broader and better agriculture by surrounding our members with influences tending to encourage individual endeavor, resourcefulness and aggressive effort along lines making for the development of better mental, social, moral, and physical qualities; to promote a wider acquaintance and a broader outlook on the part of agricultural men through fellowship in a national organization that stands for the best social, mental, and moral development.

Alpha Kappa Lambda Fraternity

President: Bobby Kosorog
Advisor(s): Gregg Dieringer
Mission: To build men of true character based on the principles of Judeo-Christian principles, leadership, Scholarship, loyalty, and self-support.
Purpose: Develop brothers who, guided by the Five Ideals, share a lifelong commitment to AKL and are dedicated to assuming leadership roles in meeting the challenges of life.

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Rho Theta Chapter

President: Zachariah Ewing
Advisor(s): Ed Gibson
Mission: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. develops leaders, promotes brotherhood and academic excellence, while providing service and advocacy for our communities.
Purpose: The objectives of this Fraternity shall be: to stimulate the ambition of its members; to prepare them for the greatest usefulness in the causes of humanity, freedom, and dignity of the individual;  to encourage the highest and noblest form of manhood; and to aid down-trodden humanity in its efforts to achieve higher social, economic and intellectual status.

Alpha Sigma Alpha

President: Katie Mahoney
Advisor(s): Malinda Shanks; Ashley Knierim

Alpha Sigma Alpha promotes high ideals and standards for its members throughout their lives by emphasizing balance among our four aims of intellectual, physical, social and spiritual development.

Alpha Sigma Alpha provides opportunities through Sisterhood: forming strong bonds of unconditional friendship based on common values and experiences, Heritage: expressed through creed, ritual and history and Leadership and Service: enhanced by chapter, campus and community involvement.

Purpose: The purpose of Alpha Sigma Alpha is to foster close friendships between members and to develop women of poise and purpose.

Delta Sigma Phi

President: Brett Crumbaugh
Advisor(s): Chaz Baker
Mission:  Delta Sigma Phi is a national, not-for-profit Fraternity that's helped young men become better for more than a century. Founded on December 10, 1899 at the College of the City of New York, Delta Sig has grown significantly over the years with 103 active chapters in the United States. In our 113 years of history, over 115,000 men have initiated into Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity. Today, we have 85,000 living alumni and more than 5,000 undergraduates.
Purpose: To build better men and live better lives.

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Nu Gamma Chapter

President: Ashley Brown
Advisor(s): Margaret Sebastian
Mission: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is a sisterhood of college educated women committed to the constructive development of its members and to public service with a primary focus on the black community. 
Purpose: To promote academic excellence; to provide scholarships; to provide support to the underserved; educate and stimulate participation in the establishment of positive public policy; and to highlight issues and provide solutions for problems in our community.

Greek Week

President: Anna Baker 
Advisor(s): Colin Schrader 
 Mission:  To put on events during Greek Week that empower Scholarship, Brotherhood/Sisterhood, and Community Service.
 Purpose:  Put on Greek Week

Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC)

President: Trevor Johnson 
Advisor(s): Colin Schrader
Mission: IFC seeks to promote a uniform Greek Community in which dedication to standards of leadership, brotherhood, scholarship, member development, service, and philanthropy will serve as the guiding values of the Council and all Fraternities.
Purpose: IFC is the administrative and facilitating board of fraternity men who represent the best interest of Northwest Fraternities. IFC coordinates educational, social and recruitment programs for member chapters, as well as establishes the framework and standards that all fraternities uphold. It is the goal of the Interfraternity Council to create an environment of welcoming by seeking to help each fraternity strive to reach its fullest potential.

Kappa Kappa Psi

President: Parker Worden
Advisor(s): Dr. Kendal Prinz
Mission: Kappa Kappa Psi is a fraternal organization that promotes the advancement of college and university bands through dedicated service and support to bands; comprehensive education; leadership opportunities; and recognition; for the benefit of its members and society.
Purpose: To promote the existence and welfare of the Northwest Missouri State University (NWMSU) bands through needed services and to cultivate at large a wholesome respect for their activities and achievements.

To honor outstanding bandmembers through privilege of membership, extended as a reward for technical achievement and appreciation for the best in music.

To  stimulate  campus  leadership  and  demonstrate  an  uncompromising  respect  through  the medium of NWMSU bands for gracious conduct, good taste, and unswerving loyalty.

To foster a close relationship between NWMSU bands and promote a high average of attainment by the performance of good music and selection of worth-while projects.

To provide a pleasant and helpful social experience for all engaged in NWMSU band work and to cooperate with all other musical organizations in any manner consistent with the purposes of the Kappa Delta Chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi.

Kappa Sigma Fraternity

President: Jacob Bearce
Advisor(s): Mr.Rollie

The Fraternity should complement and enhance the educational mission of the host institution.
The Fraternity is committed to fostering a close cooperative partnership with all colleges and universities where its chapters exist. The Fraternity should promote academic achievement and assist each member to achieve his academic potential. By helping members adjust to the college environment, we can help them pursue their degree goals. Co-curricular activities can be as valuable as the classroom experience; hence, the Fraternity should promote involvement in all aspects of campus life.

The Fraternity should promote the ideal of Brotherhood.
The creation of lifelong friendships is a primary benefit of Fraternity membership. The Fraternity fulfills the need of students to belong to an extended family and frequently provides the opportunity to enhance those personal relationships through group living situations. As Brothers, our members have an obligation to have a caring concern for the welfare of our members. Brotherhood is a lifetime commitment; therefore, we should encourage strong alumni-undergraduate relationships for the mutual benefit of the students and the alumni.

The Fraternity should actively contribute to the personal growth and development of its members.
We teach young men social skills that will benefit them throughout their lifetime. The multitude of leadership opportunities available through the Fraternity prepares members for success in their chosen careers. Chapters should organize well-rounded programs and strive for excellence and quality in all undertakings.

The Fraternity should promote ethical behavior and decision-making. 
The lessons taught from Fraternity ritual should be incorporated into the daily lives of the members. Kappa Sigmas are expected to act as gentlemen at all times, and the Fraternity must demand the highest standards of personal conduct. The Fraternity should instill a sense of responsibility and integrity. The dignity of all persons shall always be respected

The Fraternity should encourage service to others.
Members, individually and collectively, should work toward the betterment of their campus and community… and in so doing contribute to the betterment of themselves.

Purpose: Kappa Sigma is focused upon the Four Pillars of FELLOWSHIP, LEADERSHIP, SCHOLARSHIP and SERVICE. As a values-based men's fraternity, Kappa Sigma strictly forbids hazing and fosters meaningful college experiences by offering progressive membership development and pledge education. The goal of the fraternity is to build better men.

National Pan-Hellenic Council 

President: Tationna Johnson
Advisor(s): Anthony Mittan
Mission: “Unanimity of thought and action as far as possible in the conduct of Greek letter collegiate fraternities and sororities, and to consider problems of mutual interest to its member organizations.”
Purpose: Managing 9 historically black fraternities and sororities under one council. We gear our programs, service events, and charities towards minorities and people of interest campus wide, state wide and nation wide.

Order of Omega - Lambda Omega Chapter

President: Dannen Merrill
Advisor(s): Anthony Matan
Mission: Order of Omega is a national Greek honor society. Membership is based upon academics, service to the community, leadership within the chapter and Greek community, and participation in University activities, clubs, and organizations. There are currently more than 500 Order of Omega active chapters.
The Lambda Omega Chapter at Northwest Missouri State is actively involved in the Greek Community. Whether participating in philanthropic events, providing new Greeks with training and community building, this group of honored Greeks represents the values all members strive to attain.

To recognize those fraternity men and women who have attained a high standard of leadership in interfraternity activities, to encourage them to continue along this line, and to inspire others to strive for similar conspicuous attainment;

To bring together outstanding fraternity men and women to create an organization which will help to mold the sentiment of the institution on questions of local and intercollegiate fraternity affairs.

To bring together members of the faculty, alumni, and student members of the institution's fraternities and sororities on a basis of mutual interest, understanding and helpfulness;
To help create an atmosphere where ideas and issues can be discussed openly across Greek lines and to help work out solutions.

Panhellenic Council

President: Alexis Leggett
Advisor(s): Brooke McBride
Mission: As Northwest's largest women's organization, Panhellenic works to foster a supportive environment that values scholarship, service and personal growth through a unified sisterhood. It coordinates all-sorority events, service projects, educational programs and formal sorority recruitment. Panhellenic works together to maintain high scholastic and social standards to strengthen the bonds of friendship and sisterhood through the sorority chapters.
Purpose: The object of the Panhellenic Association shall be to develop and maintain women’s fraternity life and interfraternity relations at a high level of accomplishment and in so doing to:
1. Consider the goals and ideals of member groups as continually applicable to campus and personal life.
2. To find further intellectual accomplishment and scholarship.
3. To cooperate with the University administration in the maintenance of high social standards.
4. To compile rules governing recruitment procedures.
5. Act in accordance with National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) Unanimous Agreements, resolutions and policies.
6. Cooperate with member women’s fraternities and the university/college administration in concern for and maintenance of high social and moral standards.~The object of the Panhellenic Association shall be to develop and maintain women’s fraternity life and interfraternity relations at a high level of accomplishment and in so doing to:
1. Consider the goals and ideals of member groups as continually applicable to campus and personal life.
2. To find further intellectual accomplishment and scholarship.
3. To cooperate with the University administration in the maintenance of high social standards.
4. To compile rules governing recruitment procedures.
5. Act in accordance with National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) Unanimous Agreements, resolutions and policies.
6. Cooperate with member women’s fraternities and the university/college administration in concern for and maintenance of high social and moral standards.


Phi Delta Theta

President: Matt Fritsch
Advisor(s): Leslie Chandler
Mission: Phi Delta Theta Vision Statement: To uphold an organization that provides the necessities to be a successful and well-rounded person within and outside the fraternity.

Scholarship – to encourage and provide all members the resources to be successful with their class work and to have stronger communication their professors

Brotherhood – to establish and sustain a strong sense of friendship and trust between all members of the fraternity

Community Involvement – to work together as a chapter to establish a good relationship between the college, local and Greek community and to do our part to help others with an unselfish attitude in order to make a difference.

Friendship- to hold social events with campus fraternities/sororities and other organizations to make lasting friendships.
Purpose: Phi Delta Theta was organized with three principle objectives: The cultivation of friendship among its members, the acquirement individually of a high degree of mental culture, and the attainment personally of a high standard of morality.

Phi Mu

President: Caitlin Wenrich
Advisor(s): Amy Nally
Mission: "Founded in 1852, Phi Mu is a women's organization which provides personal and academic development, service to others, commitment to excellence and lifelong friendship through a shared tradition. Phi Mu promotes vibrant living, encouraging members to achieve their personal best."
Purpose: "To lend to those less fortunate a helping hand.
To think of God as a protector and guide of us all.
To keep forever sacred the memory of those we have loved and lost.
To be to others what we would they would be to us.
To keep our lives gentle, merciful and just,
Thus being true to the womanhood of love.
To walk in the way of honor, guarding the purity of our thoughts and deeds.
Being steadfast in every duty small or large.
Believing that our given word is binding.
Striving to esteem the inner man above culture, wealth or pedigree.
Being honorable, courteous, tender,
Thus being true to the womanhood of honor.
To serve in the light of truth avoiding egotism, narrowness, and scorn.
To give freely of our sympathies.
To reverence God as our Maker, striving to serve Him in all things.
To minister to the needy and unfortunate.
To practice day by day love, honor, truth.
Thus keeping true to the meaning, spirit and reality of Phi Mu. "

Phi Sigma Kappa

President: Jeremy Meyer
Advisor(s): Doug Russell
Mission: Phi Sigma Kappa is a lifelong brotherhood dedicated to the betterment of the individual, the university community, and our world, by giving its members opportunities to develop leadership skills, participate in service to others, achieve academic excellence, experience cultural diversity and practice personal integrity.
Purpose: To promote the high ideals of unity, and to make sure that our council performs all of their outlining principals and motto.

Sigma Kappa

President: Katy Woolery
Advisor(s): Allison Hoffmann
 Mission:  The values of Sigma Kappa are personal growth, friendship, service and loyalty; bound by a promise.
Purpose: The purpose of Sigma Kappa Sorority is to provide women lifelong opportunities and support for social, intellectual, and spiritual development by bringing women together to positively impact our communities.

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity

President: Zach Corbett
Advisor(s): Scott Nielson
Mission: To build members into Balanced Men through scholarly, philanthropic, and leadership activities.
Purpose: To set our members up for success while enrolled in the University and after graduation.

Sigma Sigma Sigma

President: Bailey Hoerning
Advisor(s): Marcy Roush
Mission: To establish among its members a perpetual bond of friendship, to develop in them strong womanly character, and to impress upon them high standards of conduct.
Purpose: Sigma Sigma Sigma will provide exceptional experiences that will empower women to change the world.

 Sigma Tau Gamma

 President: Austin Okorn
 Advisor: TBD
 Mission: The mission of Sigma Tau Gamma is to enhance the worth of belonging, afford the environment of learning, develop good leaders for America, strive for superior performance, serve Fraternity, college and country, and to perfect a structure of honor.
 Purpose: The purpose of this Fraternity is to promote the welfare of its members as provided in the Constitution, and the Laws of the Fraternity. It shall endeavor to promote the highest ideals of manhood, brotherhood and citizenship according to the Principles of the Fraternity. It shall uphold the tradition and ideals of the institutions in which its collegiate members are students.

Tau Kappa Epsilon - Delta-Nu Chapter

President: Maxwell Sollars
Advisor(s): Matt Johnson
Mission: Creating better men for a better world.
Purpose: To continue the tradition of Tau Kappa Epsilon at Northwest Missouri State University.

Zeta Phi Beta

President: Kyriana Foster
Advisor(s): Steve Bryant
Mission: To foster the ideas of service, charity, scholarship, civil and cultural endeavors, sisterhood and finer womanhood.
Purpose: These ideals are reflected in the sorority's national program for which its members and auxiliary groups provide voluntary service to staff, community outreach programs, fund scholarships, support organized charities, and promote legislation for social and civic change.