South Asian Greek Organizations
South Asian sororities and fraternities are a second home to college students who identify as South Asian or South Asian-American. The organizations host activities for their members, campus, and community, including community service and cultural events. While some of the sororities and fraternities listed also identify as Asian Greek organizations, they specifically recognize South Asian cultures and experiences. These organizations typically belong to a Multicultural Greek organization on their campus, where members can network and build friendships within their campus Greek life.
South Asian Sororities
Delta Kappa Delta (ΔΚΔ) - Founded on October 1, 1999, at Texas A&M University.
Delta Phi Omega (ΔΦΩ) - Founded on December 6, 1998, at the University of Houston.
Delta Theta Psi (ΔΘΨ) - Founded on January 14, 2002, at the University of Michigan.
Kappa Phi Gamma (ΚΦΓ) - Founded on November 8, 1998, at the University of Texas at Austin.
Sigma Sigma Rho (ΣΣΡ) - Founded on December 10, 1998, at St. John's University.
South Asian Fraternities
Alpha Iota Omicron (ΑΙΟ) - Founded on October 16, 1998, at the University of Michigan.
Beta Chi Theta (ΒΧΘ) - Founded on June 2, 1999, at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Beta Kappa Gamma (ΒΚΓ) - Founded on May 6, 1999, at the University of Texas at Austin.
Delta Epsilon Psi (ΔΕΨ) - Founded on October 1, 1998, at the University of Texas at Austin.
Delta Epsilon Sigma Iota (ΔΕΣΙ) - Founded on December 12, 1997, at the University at Buffalo.
Delta Sigma Iota (ΔΣΙ) - Founded on August 15, 2000, at Pennsylvania State University, University Park Campus.
Iota Nu Delta (ΙΝΔ) - Founded on February 7, 1994, at Binghamton University.
Sigma Beta Rho (ΣΒΡ) - Founded on August 16, 1996, at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
List last updated in August 2023. Please contact us if you have updated information!