Fraternities at SU
Fraternities have a long history and tradition at Southwestern University. With local founding dates going back all the way to 1883, the fraternities at SU have been part of the Southwestern experience for 130 years!
Each fraternity at Southwestern University is a unique brotherhood. All four chapters provide family-style living in a fraternity house located on campus. The chapter houses of Kappa Alpha and Pi Kappa Alpha are maintained as part of an agreement with Southwestern University through Residence Life. Kappa Sigma and Phi Delta Theta’s houses are maintained by the chapter members and their alumni. Living, eating and studying together helps solidify lifelong friendships. All chapter members, whether they live in the house or elsewhere, benefit from being part of these organizations.
Kappa Alpha Order
Contact: Alec McClure
Purpose: to create a lifetime experience which centers on reverence to God, duty, honor, character and gentlemanly conduct.
Contact: Worth Payton
Purpose: one of the oldest and largest fraternities in North America dedicated to the total development of today’s college man by fostering a values-based fraternity environment on our principles of fellowship, leadership, scholarship, and service.
Men’s Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Contact: Austin Mueck
Advisor: Derek Timourian
Purpose: a governing and legislative body for fraternities which works for the improvement of the fraternity system.
Phi Delta Theta
Contact: Zach Rowan
Purpose: an international, social fraternity committed to an intense bond of friendship between brothers, to high academic achievement, and to living life with integrity.
Pi Kappa Alpha
Contact: Elijah Velasquez
Purpose: a national men’s fraternity dedicated to developing men of integrity, intellect, success, and high moral character.