Sororities and Fraternities

The DelVal Greek Community is currently comprised of a variety of chapters. Each of these chapters is unique. Learn more about each chapter!

Greek Life Organizations at DelVal

Alpha Gamma Rho is a national agricultural fraternity. 

This social sorority was established in 1996 and encourages lifelong friendships. 

Rho Epsilon Kappa is a social fraternity that was established in 1991 at DelVal.

Sigma Alpha is a national professional sorority organized to further the study of agriculture. 

Things to Know

Delaware Valley University is committed to creating and fostering a safe and healthy campus community built on the core values and hazing is a serious violation against these values. Respect all people, live each day with purpose, and act as one learning community with one purpose are values that guide Hazing Prevention at Delaware Valley University. We believe students should not be demeaned or exposed to harm when pursuing involvement in campus life. Joining a university organization and/or team is a serious commitment reflecting the core values and as such hazing is not tolerated nor should be part of any campus group’s educational process and membership. As part of these efforts, and in compliance with Pennsylvania law, the University compiles and reports a five-year report on hazing incidents.

Additional Information on Hazing Prevention:

The National Order of Omega was founded at the University of Miami in the Fall of 1959 by a group of outstanding fraternity men who felt that individuals in the Greek community should be recognized for their service to the fraternity system and the University. There are now over three hundred chapters in the United States. The Upsilon Chi Chapter of Order of Omega was chartered at DelVal in the Fall of 2006. Students involved with Fraternity and Sorority Life that have shown outstanding leadership abilities both on and off campus while maintaining an outstanding academic record are invited to join this prestigious honor society each semester.

Andrew Moyer, Dean of Student Success and Engagement