Greek Life

    • Pitt-Bradford is home to four fraternities & three sororities, dating back to 1985.
    • Members of fraternities & sororities strive to uphold their founding values of Scholarship, Leadership, Service & Brotherhood/Sisterhood in their everyday lives.
    • Many students consider participating in one of these groups an important part of their collegiate experience.
    • 8% of our students are members of fraternities & sororities
    • Greeks achieve higher GPAs, higher retention rates & higher graduation rates than the campus.
    • Greeks annually produce 2,000 hours of service & raise $2,000 for charity.
    • Fraternities & sororities recruit both Fall & Spring semester. Students must have at least 12 Pitt credit hours & a 2.50 cumulative GPA to join.      


    What's New in Greek Life?    

    • Congratulations Phi Beta Chi sorority for the Highest GPA last Fall (they receive $100 off their Greek Council dues)
    • Congratulations Phi Kappa Epsilon fraternity for the Most Improved GPA last Fall (they also will receive $100 off their Greek Council dues)
    • Congratulations to our 21 New Members this Spring (with a record 3.13 GPA!)
    • Greek Week is March 19-25!  Check out the Greek Facebook page for details
    • Chapter Greek Week Banners are due Monday, March 20 to Dr. Binder's office (they'll be hung in the Commons for Greek Week)
    • The annual Greek Talent Show is Saturday, March 25 @ 7 pm in the University room.
    • The Annual Greek Awards program is Saturday, March 25 @ 8 pm in the University room.  We'll be honoring individuals & chapters for their excellence this past year.  Desserts will be served @ 7:45 pm
    • The last Spring Chapter Presidents meeting is Wed., April 5, 9 pm @ Dr. Binder's place
    • Composite pictures will be taken Friday, April 7, 9-3 pm in 202 Commons. We'll have outfits for sororities, and blazers & ties for fraternities. The Fraternity & Sorority of the Year will receive $100 off their composites (these are announced @ the Greek Awards program March 25)
    • Thanks to those who attended the Greek Retreat.  Here are the evaluation results
    • Check out the New Member Welcome powerpoint
    • Check out the Fall 2016 Greek Report Card.  Greeks set a new records for GPA's, Retention & Graduation rates!                
    • Check out the Spring 2017 Greek Calendar
    • Greek Council meeting minutes can be found on the Pitt Bradford Greek Facebook
    • If ever you need to report anything anonymously, please call 803-566-9051

    Fall 2016 Chapter Improvement Plans

    Greek Council Goals 2016-2017

    1. Achieve higher GPA's, higher retention, and higher graduation rates than the campus.
    2. Have higher attendance at Greek-wide events (Greek Week, Meet the Greeks).
    3. Produce 2,500-3,000 hours of service & raise $2,500-$3,000 for charity.
    4. Grow the Greek Community to above 10% of the campus.
    5. Create more unity among Pitt Bradford Greeks.
    6. Engage the campus community more.


     Fraternities  Sororities
    Delta Omega Phi (founded 1985) Zeta Alpha Chi (founded 1986)
    Phi Kappa Epsilon (founded 1990)
    Theta Sigma Delta
    Gamma Psi Omega (founded 2009) Lambda Xi (founded 1991)
    Kappa Sigma (founded 2010) Phi Beta Chi (founded 2012)

    Greek Resources  


    Greek Facts

    • 48% of all U.S. Presidents are Greek
    • 42% of U.S. Senators are Greek
    • 30% of U.S. Congressmen/women are Greek
    • 40% of all U.S. Supreme Court Justices are Greek
    • 30% of Fortune 500 Executives are Greek
    • 10% of all listed in Who's Who are Greek
    • 750,000 undergraduate Greeks currently nationwide
    • 9,000,000 total Greek alumni

    Famous Greeks 

    • Dr. Martin Luther King, Alpha Phi Alpha
    • Steven Spielberg, Theta Chi
    • Ashton Kutcher, Delta Chi
    • Rosa Parks, Alpha Kappa Alpha
    • Nick Lachey, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
    • Dr. Condoleeza Rice, Alpha Chi Omega
    • John Wayne, Sigma Chi
    • Dr. Seuss, Sigma Phi Epsilon


    Scholarship, Leadership, Service, Brotherhood/Sisterhood