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Greek Life is one of the many opportunities for involvement and growth available for you at Lakeland College. Greek organizations were established to enhance the education of the whole student: intellectually, socially, and spiritually.
Fraternities and sororities at Lakeland College continue to strive to achieve the greatest potential from each of their members, utilizing individual talents and skills.
Each year thousands of college men and women join Greek organizations looking for the "bond" of brotherhood and sisterhood," a sense of belonging that is at the core of all Greek organizations. One of the best ways to get involved at the College is to join a Greek organization.
IGC is the governing board for all six social chapters. IGC as well helps promotes goodwill with Greeks, plan social events, and puts together events for campus.
President: Tylar Tague
Advisor: Sally Bork (920) 565-1531
|Alpha Psi Alpha Sorority||Beta Sigma Omega Fraternity||Mu Lambda Sigma Fraternity|
|Phi Delta Omega Sorority||Pi Kappa Gamma Sorority||Zeta Chi Fraternity|
Established in October of 1999, Alpha Psi Alpha is the newest Greek organization on the Lakeland College campus. Alpha Psi exists to enhance trust, scholarship, family and sisterhood. These lady A's stand to enrich and contribute to the Lakeland community in which they live. They are a sorority that thrives on community service. Yearly community service, clothing and food drives, and working with Lakeland College on many service events.
President: Vanessa Cook
Advisor: Kelly Quick (920) 565-1262
Originally known on campus as the Black Student Organization, in 1968 a group of 20 men decided to become Greek to be more visible on campus. The Betas have done many community service projects including Adopt-a-Highway, Boys & Girls Club service, and volunteering at regional walks.
President: Emmanuel Dicko
Advisor: Jeffery Schwehm (920) 565-1329
Founded in 1932, Mu Lambda Sigma is the oldest Greek chapter at Lakeland. They are strong in brotherhood, tradition, and pride. They are a diverse group of individuals, from all walks of life, who have come together for the good of all.
President: Dale Sievert
Advisor: Christopher Moore (920) 565-1367
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Founded in 1970, Phi Delta Omega owns a proud history of "service in threefold- God, community, and school." A diverse group in attitude and opinion, the Phi Delts’ work through activities such as sorority-wide social events and retreats, to build a family network of trust and loyalty.
President: Halie Hackbarth
Advisor: Brye Aanonsen (920) 565-1353
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Founded in 1968, Pi Kappa Gamma is the oldest sorority at Lakeland College. It was established to help women come forward, be recognized, and express themselves. They build strong, life-long friendships and practice trust and loyalty. The Pi Kapp’s provide opportunities for friends to come together and share time to learn and grow while having fun.
President: Breanna Brunner
Advisor: Margaret Teske (920) 565-1228
The Zeta Chi Fraternity has been an organization of excellence on the Lakeland College campus since 1933. They are a Greek organization focused on hard work and dedication. Through campus and community service, they are a brotherhood committed to diversity and open-mindedness. Overall, this fraternity is an organization based on fun, trust, and friendship, enveloped with a brotherhood that is ever true to Zeta Chi.
President: Kyle Hahn
Advisor: David Lynch (920) 565-1433