Men's social organization founded on the core values of knowledge, virtue, and truth.
Alpha Chi Omega is a sorority here on campus and has been actively involved in campus activities. Since 1885, the members of Alpha Chi Omega have held wisdom, devotion and achievement in the highest regard.
Established in 1851, Alpha Delta Pi is committed to sisterhood, values and ethics, high academic standards and social responsibility.
Alpha Epsilon Phi is a Panhellenic national sorority that is dedicated to helping women come the best they can be.
Alpha Epsilon Pi believes in the guiding values that students previously gained from these families and give Jewish college men the vehicle to have the best possible college and fraternity experience.
Alpha Gamma Delta is a Women's Fraternity that centers around sisterhood, leadership and scholarship.
Tau Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. is dedicated to serving the campus and community of Indiana University through educational programming and creating positive interactions through the cultivation of sisterhood and support among women.
Alpha Omicron Pi - Beta Phi Chapter: A women's fraternity for those dedicated to character, scholarship, dignity, and college loyalty.
Gamma Eta was founded on March 29,1947 by seven men who shared the vision of the Jewels: Bro. Rosewell Bibb, Bro. WIlliam Bradley, Bro.Garret Cope, Bro. Henry George, Bro. Bert Larke, Bro. James Perry and Bro. Charles Williams at Indiana University.
As a chapter, Beta Tau strives to emanate what it means to be an Alpha Phi by our dedication to scholarship, service and leadership development.