Welcome to UWL Fraternity Life
Guiding through Brotherhood
About Fraternity Life at UWL
Fraternity Life here at UWL is made up of 4 chapters and 2 establishing chapters that all work to serve a wide range of people from here on campus to their national philanthropies. Each organization has a unique set of values, symbols, and mottos that their members strive to live their day to day lives by. Click the Buttons below to see how to get involved!
Founded- December 24, 1824
Chapter- Pi Theta
Colors- Scarlett and Blue
National Philanthropy- Boys and Girls Club of America
Values- Truth, Honor, Personal Integrity
Delta Sigma Phi
Founded- December 10th, 1899
Chapter- Epsilon Iota
Colors- Nile Green and Carnation White
National Philanthropy- American Red Cross
Core Values- Courage, Action, Excellence
Founded- December 10th, 1869
Chapter- Establishing Chapter
Colors- Scarlett, White, and Emerald Green
Symbol- Star and Crescent
National Philanthropy- Military Hero's Campaign
Core Values- Fellowship, Leadership, Scholarship, Service
Lambda Chi Alpha
Founded- November 2nd, 1909
Chapter- Pi Psi Zeta
Colors- Purple, Green, and Yellow
Symbol- Cross and the Crescent
National Philanthropy- Feeding America
Core Values- Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Service and Stewardship, Honor, Integrity, Personal Courage
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Founded- March 9th, 1856
Chapter- Lambda Chi- Establishing Chapter
Colors- Old Gold and Royal Purple
National Philanthropy- Children's Miracle Network
Core Values- Trust, Integrity, Loyalty, Honor, Inclusivity
Sigma Tau Gamma
Founded- June 28th, 1920
Chapter- Beta Kappa
Colors- Azure Blue and White
Symbol- The Chair of Honor
National Philanthropy- Special Olympics
Core Values- Learning, Integrity, Excellence, Leadership, Citizenship, Brotherhood
Why Fraternity Life?
Fraternity Life is a unique experience that allows students from all walks of life to come together to support a common cause as Brothers. Joining a Fraternity is the perfect way to get involved on campus and meet some men that you will be lifelong friends with. In addition, Fraternities also open up many opportunities to network for after college and develop leadership skills that employers demand in todays workplace.
Fraternal recruitment for Fall 2020 will occur on the second week of classes, September 15th-18th!
Tabling Day- Meet all of the Fraternities at their table in front of the U!
September 15th, 16th, & 17th-
5pm- Info Session- Come hear all about how fraternal recruitment will occur and a little bit about each organization!
6pm- Events Start- Go with whatever event or organization you feel like fits you best!
Bid Day- You will receive a phone call or text from organizations that would like you to attend their event! Some organizations may extend bids (Invitations to join) while others may not.
Get in Touch
1725 State St, La Crosse, WI 54601, USA
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