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Wednesday, September 2 • 10:00 - 12:50
Clubs Fair, Wednesday Morning [Greek]

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Student Group Services

Student Group Services assists over 400 active student groups on campus. Whatever interests you may have – academic, cultural, recreational, political – there’s probably a student group that’s right for you. If not, feel free to start a new one! Student Group Services assists over 400 active student groups on campus. Whatever interests you may have... Read More →


Delta Gamma Women's Fraternity (DG)

At Delta Gamma we foster high ideals of friendship among our members, promote educational and cultural interests, invest in them a true sense of social responsibility, and help to develop the best qualities of character.

Delta Chi Alberta

Delta Chi is a general Men's Fraternity. Our purpose is to gather together engaged and motivated students who, as friends, create opportunities for personal growth in leadership, character, friendship, scholarship and of course, brotherhood.

Phi Delta Theta Alberta Alpha

The Phi Delta Theta brotherhood is founded on the values of Friendship, Sound Learning, and Rectitude. We are a group of young men devoted to our studies and bettering ourselves through helping those around us.

SPIE Student Chapter

SPIE, an international society advancing an interdisciplinary approach to the science and application of light, is encouraging bright minds to engineer and showcase projects that illuminate the importance of optics and photonics today. Collaborate with like-minded students and be... Read More →

Interfraternity Council

The IFC is the governing body of the 11 fraternities, one of the women's fraternities and the only sorority at the University of Alberta. The IFC's job is to bring fun Interfraternal events to the Greek system, encourage Interfraternal communication and cooperation, help chapters... Read More →

Alpha Gamma Delta

Alpha Gamma Delta is an international women's fraternity promoting academic excellence, philanthropic giving, ongoing leadership and personal development.
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Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta

"We are the Epsilon Alpha chapter of Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji). We are one of the largest and most diverse fraternities at the University of Alberta. We are actively involved in almost every aspect of student life and we are leaders on campus in academics with the highest average G... Read More →

Delta Kappa Epsilon

"Delta Kappa Epsilon is a pluralistic community of educated men. We seek to positively influence each other and the people around us. | | Our purpose is to find men of good character and provide them with enriching group experiences, with the intent to engender lifelong friends... Read More →

Ceres Alberta Women's Fraternity

Ceres is a women's fraternity (sisterhood) for women with an appreciation for agriculture.

Epsilon Alpha Chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity

"Kappa Sigma boasts having the oldest history of any fraternity, having its original European roots dating back to the 1400s. Nowadays, we pride ourselves in being the most preferred fraternity in North America for the last 6 years running. Our members are diverse and come from a... Read More →

Mu Theta Chapter of the Zeta Psi Fraternity

"Zeta Psi is an international fraternity starting in 1847 with contacts all over the USA, Canada, and Europe. The Mu Theta chapter of University of Alberta is a close-knit group who strive to foster a supporting environment, one that helps its brothers through hard times. Thanks in part to these efforts, we are currently working to maintain a collective GPA of 3.4. | | Beyond our scholarly endeavors, we involve ourselves in a much broader community; examples of this include philanthropic events, social exchanges and inter-fraternity exchanges such as our yearly road trip to the Vancouver and Seattle chapters during reading week. | | Zeta Psi can also be used as a tool to help in future endeavours. We have a very active graduated family, one which is very involved in the development of our chapter. Moreover, a place in Zeta Psi opens doors to connections and job opportunities that can greatly assist a university student. As an example, summer jobs are occasionally offered from elder graduates to actives in the chapter, creating chances to gain experience in different fields with fellow brothers. However, beyond helping active brothers, we also honour our past brothers. Every year on Remembrance Day, we remember the fallen soldiers, and our fallen brothers. This includes Lieutenant Colonel, Dr. John Alexander McCrae, a Zete who wrote... Read More →

Theta Chi Fraternity

We are a local chapter of an international fraternity. We take great pride in being the on;y Canadian chapter of Theta Chi and have just hit the milestone of 50 years at the UofA. We have a strong military background and have a focus on Charity as our name comes from the greek wo... Read More →

Farmhouse Fraternity

Farmhouse fraternity is coined the builder of men. We are strong on community involvement and brotherhood, and it is a great organization for making connections that will serve you for your entire life and have fun along the way.

Alpha Psi

Alpha Psi is a local sorority which was created to provide University of Alberta students with an alternative to established Panhellenic fraternities on campus.​ While all sororities on campus strive to provide an enhanced campus life, Alpha Psi provides its members with a smal... Read More →

Kappa Alpha Theta

The Beta Chi chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta was installed at the University of Alberta on September 26th 1931. As a chapter we strive for excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service and seek to make the widest influence for good.

Delta Upsilon

"Delta Upsilon (DU) is the oldest non-secret North American fraternity and the only non-secret fraternity at the University of Alberta. Non-secrecy is our promise to be open and transparent in everything that we do, and guests are more than welcome to attend our Monday meetings and see what we are doing weekly. We are proud of our fraternity and we want to share it with you. Feel free to check out the calendar on our website and meet us at one of our meetings or events! | | Established here at the University of Alberta campus in 1935, DU provides members with opportunities to extend the classroom experience into real life through social activities, campus and community involvement, and ongoing service projects. Our mission statement is... Read More →

Wednesday September 2, 2015 10:00 - 12:50
WOW Village Main Quad, North Campus

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