Greek Life at Daemen
Greek Life is thriving on Daemen's small, close-knit campus! Joining a fraternity or sorority at Daemen means becoming a part of a diverse network of students and alumni with a common purpose and incredible bond. Currently, we have three sororities and one fraternity represented on campus. All Greek Life members are also a part of the Inter-Greek Alliance (IGA) which serves as the official representative and governing body for recognized Greek Organizations.
All Daemen College Greek chapters are local chapters. Daemen chapters host informal and formal recruitment events at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters. Bids are extended to potential members at the end of Rush Week.
Click on any organization listed below to learn more!
Mission Statement: To provide educational experiences, fostering collaborative relationships, and empowering women to uphold a mentality of ethical leadership and citizenship.
Established: September, 1989
Colors: Pink: Sisterhood & Friendship; White: Purity; Blue: Strength & Serenity
Symbols: Rose Carnation
Philanthropy: Volunteering at the Alzheimer’s Walk, Breast Cancer Walk, Veteran's Race and Relay for Life
Current Staff Advisor: Sabrina Fennell, firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Us: Taylor Sinclair, email@example.com
Mission Statement: Lambda Chi Iota is a community service and social based sorority. We are serious in giving back to the community and creating a safe space. In Lambda Chi Iota, we celebrate our diversity and differences especially because we have sisters from all over the world! We are a home away from home. We strive to push each other to do better, to be better, and to acknowledge our errors and work towards perfection.
Colors: Navy Blue; Gold
Symbols: Yellow Rose & Diamond
Current Staff Advisor: Ashley Frazier, firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Media: Instagram: @lambdachiiota
Mission Statement: Omega Epsilon Zeta is a local Fraternity at Daemen College that offers Brotherhood and a sense of trust that male students may seek. This Brotherhood focuses and supports young men through our three core principles of Individuality, Integrity, and Unity. While furthering the advancement of academic excellence of higher education.
Colors: Black; Red; White
Traditions: Spring Fest Mud Volleyball, Pool and Ping-Pong Tournament, Bubble Soccer
Current Staff Advisor: Lamark Shaw, email@example.com
Contact Us: Robert Caban, firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Media: Instagram: @omegaepsilonzeta
Mission Statement: As a sorority, Sigma Omega Chi strives to strengthen the bonds of fellowship and friendship among its members. We encourage and promote good scholarship and student social activities. Above all, honor and sisterhood form the foundation of our sorority.
Established: March 27th, 1977
Colors: Green; Gray; White
Symbols: Talisman Rose; Peach Rose; M&Ms
Philanthropy: Kaely’s Kindness and Ronald McDonald House
Contact Us: Renata Simera, email@example.com
The purpose of the Inter-Greek Alliance shall be to act as the official representative and governing body for the members of the Daemen College recognized Greek organizations. The Inter-Greek Alliance will work to further the ideals of brotherhood and sisterhood, encourage harmony amongst the individual groups in the organization, promote philanthropy, and continue to encourage the growing mutual respect and camaraderie amongst the individual organizations. Furthermore, the Inter-Greek Alliance will serve as a support system for Greek growth, advocacy, and understanding on Daemen’s Campus.
Policies for Greek Organizations
This section is intended to guide to relevant sections of the Student Handbook for Greek Organizations.
If, after reading through this Handbook, you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Office of Student Affairs at (716) 839-8200. You can also contact the Dean of Students, Kerry Spicer or via phone at (716) 839-8519.
Student Handbook: Section 3: Student Activities
*Specifically: subsection titled "Greek Organizations"
- Additional requirements for Greek Organizations
- Academic Standards for Participation in Extracurricular Activities
- Student Organizations
Students who wish to participate in Greek Life must meet the following requirements:
- Current Daemen College Student
- Good academic standing (2.0 GPA or higher)
- Attend Rush Week events
- Attend one (1) recruitment seminar
Upcoming Recruitment Timeline
Greek Week is a celebration of our close knit Greek community at Daemen College. The week features events and volunteer opportunities hosted by the community. Events are open to all current Daemen students.
Rush Week is an opportunity for students to express interest and learn more about the recruitment process. Informal recruitment events will be held by each participating organization. Those who are interested in joining the Greek Life community should attend events during this week.
Bid Day is the final day of the recruitment process. Potential new members will receive formal bids to join chapters. Bid Day may be accompanied by organization specific bonding activities.