First fraternity at Auburn: Sigma Alpha Epsilon (1878)
First sorority at Auburn: Kappa Delta (1922)
First NPHC fraternity at Auburn: Omega Psi Phi (1972)
First NPHC sorority at Auburn: Delta Sigma Theta (1974)
Number of fraternities currently at Auburn: 32 (28 IFC; 4 NPHC)
Number of sororities currently at Auburn: 19 (17 NPC; 2 NPHC)
Click here to view a timeline of Greek Life at Auburn University
Greek Conduct Report
The following organizations are suspended from recognition at Auburn University. They are not recognized and may not recruit or use university resources until their suspension is lifted and they return to campus under the direction of their inter/national headquarters with the permission of Auburn University.
Delta Sigma Phi (until December, 2021)
Sigma Alpha Epsilon (until March, 2019)
Sigma Phi Epsilon (until November, 2019)
Theta Xi (until August, 2019)
National Pan-Hellenic Council
Alpha Kappa Alpha (until April 18, 2018)
Kappa Alpha Psi (until April 23, 2018)
Multicultural Greek Council: None
View the Fall 2017 Conduct Report
Community Service and Philanthropy
Service to the community and support of philanthropic endeavors is a pillar of Greek organizations. The Auburn Greek community works hard to support the local community and national initiatives through both hours of hands-on service and monetary donations.
During 2017, Auburn’s Greek community donated over $700,000 to philanthropic efforts and performed 91,000 hours of service.
To view a list of agencies supported through the efforts of the Auburn Greek community, click here.
Campus Buildings Named in Honor of Auburn Greeks
In recognition of the significant contribution that members of the Auburn Greek community have made to the University, several buildings on campus are named in their honor. To view a list of buildings named after members of the Auburn Greek community, click here.
If you know of campus buildings named for members of the Auburn Greek community, please click here and let us know.
Does membership in a fraternity or sorority affect the retention and graduation rates of students? This was the question that was researched during the spring 2015 semester. Click here to view the research findings.
Last Updated: 3/13/2018