The more than 2,800 members of the Interfraternity Council at the University of Florida have continually contributed to the rich history and tradition of UF since 1884. A group of 24 chapters currently makes up the 4th largest fraternity system in the country.House Tours
Alpha Epsilon Pi was founded in 1913, and established the Phi Gamma Chapter at the University of Florida in 1952. The chapter prides itself on being one of the largest chapters on campus with over 160 brothers as well as consistently achieving one of the highest GPAs semester after semester. Boasting one of the most extensive alumni networks in the country, AEPi brothers include Mark Zuckerberg (founder of Facebook), Richard Frank (former President of Walt Disney Studios), Matt Van Horn (founder of Lyft), and Wolf Blitzer (CNN host). AEPi provides its brothers with a complete, well-rounded fraternity experience that will carry them through college and beyond.
Alpha Epsilon Pi has a proud tradition and legacy of leadership on campus. Our brotherhood has included:
While AGR is social like traditional fraternities, we are proud to highlight our professional side in which all of our members pursue careers in the agriculture industry and seek to promote its values and virtues.
Alpha Gamma Rho isn’t like other fraternities. As a member of Alpha Gamma Rho, you will get the opportunity to experience both a social and a professional fraternity. AGR does what you expect a social fraternity to do: socialize with other students on campus and people in the community. AGR is also like other social fraternities in that it has a strong group of members and a house you can live in during your college years. However, AGR is more than just one of those strictly social fraternities; it is also a professional fraternity. All members of AGR have related career interests. AGR is for young men pursuing any career related to the agriculture, food or fiber industries.
The Alpha Omega chapter of Alpha Tau Omega was founded in 1884 and is the oldest and most prestigious fraternity in the state of Florida. The chapter house has been in use since 1939 and is home to one of the largest fraternities at the University of Florida and the third largest chapter of ATO nationally. Ten locations on campus are named after distinguished alumni of the chapter, including the Stephen C. O’Connell Center and Steve Spurrier – Florida Field. Some of the chapter’s famous alumni include Lawton Chiles, Jack Youngblood and Steve Spurrier. The chapter’s annual fall Build-a-Better-Holiday philanthropy event gained popularity last year and has been adopted by many chapters nationwide. The chapter is looking forward to modifying our spring philanthropy to make it more successful, and we are looking forward to a great turnout. The chapter has received the True Merit Award, the highest award for a chapter offered by the National Fraternity, three out of the past four years.
LIFELONG FRIENDSHIP: Bonded by oath and ritual, Betas form lifelong bonds of trust and friendship which are the foundation of the Fraternity’s mission.
CULTIVATION OF THE INTELLECT: Beta membership encourages individual and chapter support of the academic mission and provides opportunities for co-curricular learning and personal growth.
RESPONSIBLE LEADERSHIP: Betas participate in a system of self-governance, bound by trust and responsibility, which nurtures the development of social and leadership skills.
RESPONSIBLE SOCIAL CONDUCT: Beta Theta Pi is committed to standards of social conduct which are guided by principles of urbane, civil, courteous and responsible department.
COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITY: The experience of being a Beta encourages men to serve their university, fraternal and local communities.
The Theta Delta Chapter of the Chi Phi Fraternity was chartered in 1935 after Alpha Delta, a local fraternity, petitioned to join Chi Phi. Over the course of our years at the University of Florida, the Theta Delta Chapter has become one of the largest social fraternities on campus. The chapter house was built and dedicated in 1970, securing the Chi Phi Fraternity’s rightful place at 1 Fraternity Row.
The Florida Chapter of the Delta Chi Fraternity was founded in 1926. Since then, Delta Chi has steadily produced some of the most outstanding gentlemen from the most established university in the state of Florida. Becoming a member of Delta Chi is more than just becoming part of an organization. It provides you with the opportunity to be involved with an international brotherhood spanning 120 years, to refine your personal and social skills, to develop a sense of belonging and fellowship in a college environment and to encourage your success after college. It also allows you to broaden your college experiences through leadership programming, intramural competition, academic support, the Greek community, regional conferences, and international conventions.
Delta Sigma Phi was established in 1899 at The City College of New York. It was the first fraternity to be founded on the basis of religious and ethnic acceptance. Since inception, Delta Sigma Phi has chartered chapters at 233 different colleges and universities, with 115 actively operating chapters. Delta Sigma Phi has more than 6,000 undergraduate active members and more than 85,000 alumni. Our core values consist of Courage, Action, and Excellence. Delta Sigma Phi’s mission is to make the world better by building better men and better lives. The Beta Zeta chapter of Delta Sigma Phi was originally founded in 1930 and is now returning to the University of Florida.
After returning to campus in Spring 2018, we are striving to build a culture of atypical men who embody our values. Since its return, the chapter has initiated over 90 new members, raised $4,000 in two days during the summer to help finance a fathers education to build shoes for his daughter, and, thanks to Chapter President Nikhil Patel and alumni, have acquired a house on Fraternity Row.
Our members carry a wide-variety of on-campus involvement positions including, but not limited to Florida Cicerones, Preview Staff, IFC executive board and Directors, Gator Growl, UFSG, Accent, Dream Team, Dance Marathon, NICAP, Young Life, Doulos and many more.
Membership in Delta Tau Delta offers a lifelong bond with a community of Gentlemen committed to scholastic excellence and involvement in all facets of leadership on this campus and in life. Delt rewards its members with countless opportunities unavailable to the average college man, and also proudly counts several hundred thousand men of distinction in national politics, Fortune 500 businesses, academia, and various other areas as its alumni.
Esteemed Alumni of Delta Tau Delta include:
The University of Florida’s only non-secret fraternity, Delta Upsilon is building better men since 1834 through our four founding principles, friendship, character, culture, and justice, challenging brothers to strive for excellence. Delta Upsilon is also a non-hazing, & non-sectarian fraternity.
Famous Alumni of Delta Upsilon:
The Beta Zeta Chapter, founded in 1904, lives by the principles of chivalry and integrity exemplified by our founders. Our motto “Dieu et les Dames,” meaning”For God and Ladies” manifests itself through both our devotion to religious beliefs and our undying love and respect for women. Since being rechartered in 2006, we have proudly maintained our status as one of the top social fraternities on the University of Florida campus. We have won awards both nationally and at the University level for our success in academics, involvement on campus, and service to the community. Our alumni have gone on to do extraordinary things both locally and statewide, and our active chapter is prepared to carry on the torch in the next generation. We at the Beta Zeta Chapter are constantly striving for excellence from our members, and each one of us views Kappa Alpha Order not only as a collegiate organization, but as a lifelong commitment to fulfill the highest of standards of integrity, honor, and success.
Kappa Sigma, as one of the oldest and largest fraternities in North America, believes in the total development of today’s college man, fostering a values-based fraternity environment on our principles of Fellowship, Leadership, Scholarship, and Service.
The Delta-Delta chapter at the University of Florida is one of Kappa Sigma’s over 320 establishments in North America. Founded at the University of Florida in 1922 and most recently recolonized in 2001, we are proud to be Florida’s flagship chapter of our wonderful brotherhood.
The Epsilon-Mu Zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha was founded at the University of Florida in 1933 and has since initiated more than 2000 members. Nationally, we are one of the largest men’s general fraternities in North America today, with more than 275,000 initiated members and nearly 200 active chapters at colleges and universities.
Our vision is to lead a co-curricular Greek movement, predicated on partnership and collaboration amongst the undergraduates, host institutions, alumni and General Fraternity, and offering an experience that focuses on the maturational development of today’s college man. As such, it is the vision of Lambda Chi Alpha to extend itself beyond the traditional social fraternity in practice and principle.
Phi Delta Theta was founded in 1848 at Miami University of Ohio and has since grown to be one of the largest fraternities in the country. Steeped in history and tradition the Florida Alpha chapter, which was founded in 1925, has become Phi Delt’s largest chapter with over 3600 initiated brothers. Today we pride ourselves on leadership, sound learning, moral rectitude, and service to our community.
Founded in 1848, Phi Gamma Delta, commonly known as “Phi Gam”, exists to promote lifelong friendships, to reaffirm high ethical standards and values, and to foster personal development in the pursuit of excellence. As FIJI gentlemen, we strive to succeed in our values of Friendship, Knowledge, Service, Morality, and Excellence. All brothers and new members are expected to exceed in each and every one of these values.
The Upsilon Phi Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta was founded in 1940 at The University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. Over the years, the Upsilon Phi Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity has been an important part of the University of Florida community. From our founding to the present, our proud history speaks for itself with consistent academic and athletic achievement as well as strong leadership on the UF campus.
Phi Kappa Tau was founded at the University of Florida in 1926 and has been in their current house since 1941. Our chapter at the University of Florida, historically numbering around 100 men, and we take great pride in our diverse and tightly knit brotherhood. Our chapter also has a legacy as a leadership institute. Of our Alumni, several have served in the Florida House, as city mayors, University of Florida Board of Trustees, UF Alumni Association, and one served as Commandment of the Marine Corps. Additionally, our fraternity prides itself on its tradition of excellence in athletics. We have been members of the Interfraternity Orange League – the top fraternity league – uninterrupted since 1994. We host an annual powder puff flag football tournament, TauBowl, to raise money for Serious Fun Children’s Network.
Pi Kappa Alpha is dedicated to developing men of integrity, intellect, and high moral character and to fostering a truly lifelong fraternal experience. If you are looking to get the most out of college, we offer you an opportunity for a lifetime advantage.
The Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity was founded in 1868 at the University of Virginia and in 1904 the Alpha Eta chapter was established here at the University of Florida. With over 100 years of tradition at UF, Alpha Eta prides itself on its ability to produce campus leaders, dominant athletes, dedicated scholars, and most importantly, well-rounded gentlemen. The brothers of Alpha Eta continuously support the community with several major philanthropies, many service projects, and a close bond with the Boys and Girls Club of Alachua County. With an impressive alumni base and a close-knit brotherhood, Pikes at UF have endless opportunities as undergraduates and alumni.
Our chapter has produced over 3,439 initiates that have shaped this University’s history as well as the commercial, political, and social history of Florida and the United States. As a result, this makes us the largest Pike Chapter in total initiates and one of the largest Fraternity Chapters in the United States.
Founded in 1904, Pi Kappa Phi is the only fraternity based on the foundation of leadership. We believe in maintaining the legacy of those who have come before us by following the road that they have paved.
We are committed to providing opportunities for all of our members to become leaders not only within our organization but also throughout the university. Steeped in history, boasting alumni such as Florida agricultural magnate, Ben Hill Griffin; Florida Supreme Court Justice, Benjamin Overton, and Pi Kappa Phi Chief Executive Officer, Mark Timmes, the Alpha Epsilon Chapter strives to live up to its mission of becoming the flagship chapter of Pi Kappa Phi and the University of Florida campus.
Social fraternities on the University of Florida campus share the common goal of advancing the development of our members–the Alpha Epsilon chapter is no different. Whether consistently finishing in the ranks of the top ten chapter GPAs, finishing undefeated intramural seasons, or raising thousands of dollars for our own and other organizations’ philanthropies, Pi Kapps has proven committed to the holistic advancement of each other and our campus.
We strongly prescribe to the ideology of conducting our fraternity “the right way,” inspiring change through our campus leaders, propagating the necessity of respect toward those we interact with, and strengthening the bonds of brotherhood that we find between our members.
Pi Lam at the University of Florida has traditionally had great success in the classroom, on campus and on the playing field. Our GPA is currently a 3.28 and is in the top third among IFC fraternities. On campus, we have leaders in Campus Diplomats, Engineers Without Borders, Student Government, the Public Relations Student Society of America, and many more organizations. On the playing field is where Pi Lams strive the most, with our history rooted in The Nosebowl Game. Nosebowl is a flag football game where our new members become men in 40 minutes of action against our rival Tau Epsilon Phi, also known as TEP. It has been played since 1950 and is the reason for Pi Lams’ need to succeed both on and off the field.
Pi Lam at the University of Florida is committed to raising the standard of what it is to be a fraternity man. We are looking for the best of the best to send our chapter in the right direction. In order to be an active member of Pi Lambda Phi FL Δ, members must hold a 2.8 GPA, be involved with at least two other student organizations on campus and complete 20 community service hours per semester, most of which are done through fraternity functions. We believe that through these standards our members will be able to achieve an optimal social experience while preparing themselves for the real world and giving back to the Gainesville community.
Some of the more famous alumni of the Pi Lambda Phi fraternity include Fred Levin, Sandy Koufax, Rafer Johnson, Leigh Steinberg, and Bud Selig. Mr Levin was an attorney involved in the recent litigation between the State of Florida and the tobacco companies. The University of Florida Law School has been named after him, one of three university buildings named after Pi Lams. Sandy Koufax, a baseball pitcher, is considered one of the greatest players of all time. Rafer Johnson, one of the best athletes of the century, won the Gold Medal for the decathlon in the Olympics. Leigh Steinberg is a famous sports agent. Bud Selig is the Commissioner of Baseball. Two United States Senators are Pi Lams, Herbert Kohl and Arlen Specter. Florida Delta boasts an alumni base of over 2000 alumni and brotherhood ties which extend beyond the undergraduate experience, truly living up to our motto, “Not four years, but a lifetime.”
Sigma Alpha Mu is one of the standout fraternities at the University of Florida. This fraternity offers young collegiate men the opportunity to grow, learn and foster brotherhood. We are seeking men who embody the key spirit of our fraternity creed: "true manhood, democracy and humanity." Sigma Alpha Mu is welcoming of all men who desire to make a positive impact and who seek personal growth and development. We look forward to furthering the legacy of Sammy at UF.
Sigma Chi is a brotherhood with roots in the collegiate experience that engenders a lifelong commitment to strive to achieve true friendship, equal justice and the fulfillment of learning as part of our overall responsibilities to the broader communities in which we live.
Sigma Chi is one of the largest fraternities in North America, with over 244 chapters and more than 350,000 initiated members. Sigma Chi has been teaching our values of friendship, justice, and learning at the University of Florida since 1924. Sigma Chi at UF has been named as an “IFC Chapter of the Year,” and our brothers are involved in many student organizations across campus, including the Florida Blue Key, Florida Cicerones, UF Student Government, Gator Growl, Dance Marathon, Project Makeover, and many others. We hold one of the premier annual philanthropies on campus in Sigma Chi Derby Days, and our significant brothers include John Wayne, Mike Ditka, Drew Brees, Brad Pitt, and Luke Bryan.
Sigma Nu was founded on the principles of Love, Honor, and Truth. The brothers of the Epsilon Zeta chapter have exemplified these principles since our founding in 1920. We take pride in the fact that we are more than just a social organization; we are a tight-knit brotherhood. This is a brotherhood that has left an everlasting mark on the University of Florida and beyond. Whether watching a football game at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, a baseball game at McKethan stadium, sorting out finances at Criser Hall, or furthering your career in public leadership at the Bob Graham Center, the Epsilon Zeta legacy is not something that can be missed.
We strive to promote our valued close-knit brotherhood while continuing to build and develop men into becoming the leaders of tomorrow. It is our mission that by the time each member graduates, they will be prepared to make a mark on society like so many Epsilon Zetas before them. Whether you are a brother, parent or any other interested party, I invite you to explore this website and see everything that Sigma Nu has to offer which includes an emphasis on leadership training, campus involvement, community service, brotherhood retreats, social events, a rich alumni tradition among many other benefits.
Sigma Phi Epsilon (SigEp) was founded on November 1, 1901 in Richmond, Va. Since then, SigEp has grown to become one of the largest fraternities in the country.
This semester at the University of Florida, SigEp is looking for talented and driven leaders to build a new fraternity chapter. Membership in Sigma Phi Epsilon begins with the right intentions. Every brother of SigEp is challenged from the day they join to the day they graduate—challenged to be a better man, a better student, and a better leader.
Our mission is simple. We strive everyday to “Build Balanced Men.” We achieve this through a commitment to Sound Mind and Sound Body.
Our non-pledging/non-hazing continuous member development program, The Balanced Man Program, is designed to help our members reach their greatest potential. In order for this development to take place, members must have a desire to better themselves in all aspects of life. All of our members place significant value on the pursuit of obtaining a sound mind and sound body. This combination creates a community of driven men who are dedicated to academic success, leadership development, and lifelong friendship.
Membership in Sigma Phi Epsilon begins with the right intentions. Every brother of SigEp is challenged from the day they join to the day they graduate—challenged to be a better man, a better student, and a better leader.
Undergraduates are asked to join if they subscribe to our cardinal principles of Virtue, Diligence and Brotherly Love, and have a GPA above a 3.2. SigEp chapters only recruit the most talented undergraduates on campus—men who exhibit the qualities of the Balanced Man Ideal.
Tau Epsilon Phi is a national men’s fraternity founded at Columbia University in New York City in 1910 on the principles of friendship, chivalry, and service. Formed by a group of 10 Jewish men who were excluded from membership in other fraternities due to their faith, they dedicated themselves to building an organization free from discrimination. TO LIVE in the light of Friendship; TO WALK in the path of Chivalry; TO SERVE for the love of Service; TO PRACTICE each day friendship—chivalry—service—thus keeping true to these—the three ideals—of the founders of our fraternity—this is the Creed of Tau Epsilon Phi.
Tau Epsilon Phi was founded at the University of Florida on February 22, 1925. We reestablished the Tau Alpha chapter during the Summer 2020 semester. We have a rich, inclusive 95 year history at UF. We boast over 3,500 alumni brothers from all over the country, of all religions, faiths, and backgrounds. Our alumni provide an amazing network to tap into for the college student seeking careers in so many varied fields.
TEP has a long history of leadership on campus at UF. From past SG Presidents, Student Government Production (SGP) Chairs, Accent Speaker’s Bureau Chairs, Florida Blue Key members (including one member who was the only three time President of FBK), to the Student Senate, Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) and Savant-UF Leadership organizations.
Tau Kappa Epsilon at the University of Florida was founded in 1950 and recently re-founded in 2003.
The vision of Tau Kappa Epsilon is to create lifelong relationships that enhance educational, interpersonal, community and professional success, following their motto “Better Men for a Better World.”
Every Spring, the brothers of Tau Kappa Epsilon host TKE Takedown where sorority members compete in a series obstacle course/inflatable style competition in order to raise money for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Tau Kappa Epsilon is also heavily involved with Dance Marathon at UF – earning a spot as one of the top fundraising fraternities at UF in 2018 and boasts a top 3 GPA amongst UF fraternities.
With a heavy focus on social, educational, and professional development, Tau Kappa Epsilon at UF has established itself as leaders both in the school and Gainesville community.
Theta Chi was founded in 1856, taking its roots at the University of Florida in 1916. The chapter prides itself on being one of the most diverse and tight knit brotherhoods on campus, holding itself to the highest of standards. At Theta Chi, we push our brothers to be successful in every aspect and to get the most out of their experience at the University of Florida.
Theta Chi provides its Brothers with the network and resources they need to succeed on and off campus. Theta Chi falls second to none in involvement and leadership.
In just over a decade Theta Chi Fraternity has produced:
Founded in 1898 as the world’s first Jewish Fraternity, ZBT prides itself on being an inclusive organization welcoming of any college man who understands and appreciates our Mission. With more than 130,000 initiated men ZBT’s can be found in all aspects of life: business, entertainment, media, politics, and much more. In 1989, ZBT became the first fraternity to abolish pledging from its organization and, in its place, created a brotherhood program that focuses on equal rights, privileges and responsibilities for all brothers. Welcome to our Journey. We invite you to explore everything that makes ZBT a Brotherhood for a Lifetime.
The Alpha Zeta Chapter of Zeta Beta Tau re-colonized with 55 founding fathers in spring 2017. Alpha Zeta received their charter in the spring of 2019. Our campus involvement includes Student Government, Dance Marathon, Florida Blue Key, FBK Speech and Debate, and previously leading UF Homecoming and Gator Growl.