Are you interested in joining a fraternity at Loyola Marymount University? Participate in recruitment and find the chapter that is a perfect fit for you! Every recognized fraternity is founded upon various principles and values that the members mutually share. Sorority & Fraternity life can add many valuable dimensions to your college experience!
LMU IFC Recruitment happens in the January & September each year. The next Recruitment will start in September 2018. Please check back here over the summer for more information!
Alpha Delta Gamma Men’s Fraternity (AΔΓ)
Established in 1952, Alpha Delta Gamma (ΑΔΓ) is the longest continuously operating fraternity at LMU. Scholastic achievement, service, spirituality, school spirit, and social engagement are at the core of our organization and represent our 5 S’s: the values that guide us in everything we do as an organization and brotherhood. Coming from all walks of life, we also value diversity and through abiding by these core tenets we aim to provide an accepting social environment to foster the growth of leaders. But, most importantly we provide a supportive atmosphere based on our motto, “A brother who is helped by a brother is like a city walled.”
Beta Theta Pi Men’s Fraternity (ΒΘΠ)
Beta Theta Pi (ΒΘΠ) is a North American social fraternity that was founded in 1839 at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. The mission of the fraternity is to develop men of Principle for a Principled Life. Beta joined the Loyola Marymount University community in 2007. Beta hosts Beta Boat Races to raise money for their philanthropy, homelessness.
Delta Sigma Phi Men's Fraternity (ΔΣΦ)
Delta Sigma Phi (ΔΣΦ) is a men's social fraternity, who strive to embody the values of brotherhood, academics, diversity, and leadership. Here at LMU, Delta Sigma Phi isn’t the “typical” fraternity. DSP has brothers involved in every aspect on campus, with majors ranging from theatre arts to electrical engineering, and brothers from all around the world. We are men of courage, men of action, and men of excellence. We are Better Men, Better Lives.
Lambda Chi Alpha Men’s Fraternity (ΛΧA)
Lambda Chi Alpha (ΛΧA) looks 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. At LMU, we strive to be involved in the general school environment through classrooms, on-campus jobs and the Greek Life Council. In the fall semester Lambda Chi raises funds for muscular dystrophy through a country-themed dance party called ‘Rodeo’.
Phi Delta Theta Men’s Fraternity (ΦΔΘ)
Phi Delta Theta (ΦΔΘ) is a brotherhood, a family comprised of diverse, motivated gentlemen who each celebrate both their own individuality and the responsibility that comes with being a part of something that is greater than themselves. Through Phi Delt’s belief in encouraging intellectual, moral, and spiritual growth, Phi Delta Theta continually strives for the betterment of its members and the community as a whole and most recently hosted their first philanthropy event in support of the ALS Association. “Phi Fest” helped Phi Delt raise almost $5,000 for the ALS Association. Phi Delta Theta officially chartered as a chapter in Fall 2015.
Sigma Chi Men’s Fraternity (ΣΧ)
In 1989, Sigma Chi (ΣΧ) blossomed the Iota Omega chapter at LMU based on the Seven Standards: a philosophy for embracing men of all temperaments, talents, and convictions. With active application of this philosophy, the Iota Omega chapter brings philanthropy to LMU’s community every Spring with Derby Days, an awareness and funding program for the Santa Monica Rape Treatment Center. The Iota Omega chapter does both Fall and Spring recruitment.
Sigma Phi Epsilon Men’s Fraternity (ΣΦΕ)
Sigma Phi Epsilon (SigEp), founded on November 1, 1901 at Richmond College, has the most undergraduate members of any national fraternity. SigEp’s cardinal principles are virtue, diligence and brotherly love. SigEp revolutionized the fraternity movement by creating the Balanced Man Program, a four-year non-pledging membership program that focuses on continuous personal development, scholarship, leadership and life skills. Our mission is to be a valued partner in higher learning and we achieved this through a commitment to sound mind and sound body. Our chapter at LMU has been awarded nine consecutive Buchanan Cups, the highest honor a Sig Ep chapter can receive nationally.
The following groups are not recognized at LMU:
- Kappa Sigma
- Sigma Alpha Epsilon