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Fraternities
  • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

    A member of the National Pan-Hellenic Council (City-Wide)
     
    Camren Harris, Capital University Chapter Member
     
    The object of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., is to stimulate its African-American members; to prepare them for the greatest usefulness in the causes of humanity, freedom and dignity of the individual; and to encourage the highest and noblest form.

    Alpha Sigma Phi

    A member of the Interfraternity Council

    Epsilon Chi Chapter Website 

    Geoff Masters, President 
     gmasters@capital.edu 

    Jan Rich, Campus Advisor

    Aaron Duncan, Chapter Advisor

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    Motto: To Better the Man, through the creation and perpetuation of brotherhood founded upon the values of character … Silence, Charity, Purity, Honor, Patriotism.

    Alpha Sigma Phi, represented by the Phoenix, started at Capital in April 2009 and received its charter on September 11, 2010. The fraternity's colors are Cardinal and Stone and the group is often referred to as Alpha Sig. The organization has striven to enhance the Greek community from the onset. Alpha Sig has been a leader on campus taking ownership of the Organization of the Year award and the Most Creative Service Event award in 2011, while winning Greek Week two consecutive years.

    Phi Kappa Psi

    A member of the Interfraternity Council

    Phi Kappa Psi Website  

    Patrick Donahue, President 
     pdonahue@capital.edu 

    Bruce Epps, Campus Advisor

    Shane Yates, Chapter Advisor

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    Motto: United by friendship, sustained by honor and led by truth, we live and we flourish.

    Phi Kappa Psi, often called Phi Psi, was the first NIC (North-American Interfraternity Council) chapter at Capital and was chartered in the spring of 2010. The Ohio Xi chapter at Capital University routinely receives commendations from the national headquarters for exemplarty acedemic reports, community service contributions, and campus engagement. Most recently, this chapter was accredited with high marks for chapter operations and received a national award for maintaining the best GPA of chapters throughout Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virigina. The fraternity, whose colors are cardinal red and hunter green, plays host to several annual events including "Mud Tug" and "The Final Stretch," as well as numerous formal/date functions. Phi Kappa Psi is proud to develop well-rounded leaders to better the Capital community.

    Kappa Sigma

    A member of the Interfraternity Council

    Aaron Edeus, President
    aedeus@capital.edu 

    Kappa Sigma Upsilon (currently Kappa Sigma) was founded by Harold Yochum on January 12th when he and 60 men gathered at Divinity Hall.  Yochum went on to be president of the university and the administration building bears his name, Yochum Hall.  KSU is the oldest greek organization at Capital. 

    Sigma Alpha Beta

    A member of the Interfraternity Council

    Stephanie Bond, President 
     sbond@capital.edu 

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    Motto: Doing Good Work Through Christ.

    Colors: Royal Blue and Orange

    Mascot: Owl

    Sigma Alpha Beta is a co-educational fraternity founded in 2007. More commonly known as SAB on Capital University’s campus, Sigma Alpha Beta was founded on the values of fraternal love, faith, service, compassion, character, leadership, and scholarship. Sigma Alpha Beta is known for its philanthropy projects including: charity: Water, The Girl Effect, Buzzkill, and The Shoeman Water Project. Sigma Alpha Beta is a different experience for all members and prides itself on a sense of family, community and inclusion of all..