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Welcome To Fraternity & Sorority Affairs

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Thank you for visiting the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs website and welcome to Austin Peay State University! We are committed to enriching students’ collegiate experience and fostering a community of values-based organizations through a commitment to accountability, courageous leadership, and stewardship. For over 45 years, fraternities and sororities at Austin Peay have had a proud area of academic excellence, service to the community, and plays a significant role in the lives of hundreds of students and alumni. 

 Fraternity and Sorority Life also provides individuals with opportunities to engage with philanthropic/service events, leadership, diversity and social activities. In addition to fostering a sense of brotherhood and sisterhood, chapter members are encouraged to become active and assume leadership roles in other campus activities and organizations. Our chapters provide a variety of services to the Austin Peay community as well as the Middle Tennessee region including raising money for local and national charities and completing many hours of service to the campus and surrounding communities. Today, our community is comprised of 22 fraternities and sororities across three councils. With over 750 recognized members, our social fraternities and sororities account for over 8% of the total campus population.  

We encourage you to check out our website and the different sections to learn more about how you can get involved and be a part of the community that is focused on "Real People. Real Values. 

How has fraternity/sorority life impacted you?
Meet Celeste Malone

“Sorority life at APSU has impacted my life in many ways, such as opening doors for new opportunities and friends. Most of all, it has helped me grow into a better leader.” Celeste served as NPHC President, Editor-in-Chief of The All State, and Student Assistant in the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center. Celeste received Meningall Governors Cup at the Student Leader Awards in 2017. 

Meet Ari Ruiz

“For me, fraternity life means so much more than a pair of letters across my chest. They have proven to be the backbone of every success story in my undergraduate career, the foundation of my confidence at APSU, and most importantly the gateway to my dreams post degree.” Ari Ruiz serves as SOC President, Residence Hall Director, and serves as Vice President for Communications for the Southeastern Interfraternity Conference. 

Meet Carrie Taylor

“The sorority experience gave me the most impactful years of my life while in college by shaping me into the woman and leader I am today.” Carrie served as Panhellenic President, Executive Vice President for Alpha Delta Pi, Intern at Alpha Delta Pi Executive Office and Austin Peay's first Southeastern Panhellenic Association (SEPA) Conference Coordinator during her time as an undergraduate. Carrie received Sorority Woman of the Year and Madame Governor at the Student Leader Awards in 2017.