Being part of a fraternity or sorority is about more than joining a group or having fun—it's about leadership, service and lifelong friendships
Fraternity and sorority life at Simpson College fosters the education of the whole person: intellectually, socially and spiritually. Brotherhood and sisterhood, leadership, philanthropy and scholarship are just a few of the areas in which our fraternity and sorority community aspires to achieve excellence.
A sense of unity and friendship forms among members and alumni of an individual chapter, as well as among everyone in the same chapter across the nation. The bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood are forged throughout the member's active participation in the chapter and last for a lifetime.
Alpha Tau Omega
Founded: 1865, Virginia Military Institute
Simpson chapter: Beta Alpha chapter, founded 1885
Kappa Theta Psi
Nickname: Kappa, KOY
Simpson chapter: Founded 1902, oldest local fraternity west of the Mississippi
Lambda Chi Alpha
Founded: 1909, Boston University
Simpson chapter: Theta Lambda Zeta chapter, founded 1924
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Founded: 1856, University of Alabama
Simpson chapter: Iowa Sigma chapter, founded 1889.
Delta Delta Delta
Nickname: Tri Delta
Founded: 1888, Boston College
Simpson chapter: Delta chapter, founded 1889
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Nickname: Kappa, KKG
Founded: 1870, Monmouth College
Simpson chapter: Omicron Deuteron chapter, founded 1880
Pi Beta Phi
Nickname: Pi Phi
Founded: 1867, Monmouth College
Simpson chapter: Iowa Beta chapter, founded 1874
Is fraternity/sorority life right for you?
You will have a chance to explore what being a part of a Greek organization is like when you arrive on campus but you can see what it's like when you visit campus! Click the link below to schedule a visit and ask about talking to students involved in Greek life.