Go Greek at Tiffin University
Greek life at Tiffin University has increased in both the number of individuals who pledge and also in the number of organizations. There are currently three fraternities and three sororities, each adding their unique attributes, causes, and events to campus life. Each organization is required to participate in community service as well as host campus events and fundraisers, with many of these events becoming popular traditions at TU.
Alpha Iota is an international business sorority at TU where the sisters stress the importance of scholarship, loyalty, and cooperation among all members. The Alpha’s support and work with the American Red Cross and Autism awareness.
Interested? Contact the Alpha’s at email@example.com
This international business fraternity encourages scholarship, loyalty, and cooperation among its members. The Phis believe that "fraternity life is not the enjoyment of special privileges but an opportunity to prepare for wide and wise human service. Organizations the group supports include: Movember, Big Brother/Big Sisters and giving back to the community.
Interested? Contact the Phi’s at firstname.lastname@example.org
Founded in 1987, the Deltas encourage individuality while still coming together as one unified sisterhood. Sigma Delta Sigma advocates against domestic violence, hosts community breakfasts and promotes loving your insecurities.
Interested? Contact the Delta’s at email@example.com
Founded in 2009, the brothers of Theta Eta Omicron fraternity focuses on the spirit of brotherhood while celebrating the individuality of its members. The organization holds events in support of Kiwanis Manor, Hope for the Day (mental health education) and other Tiffin community events.
Interested? Conctact the Omicrons at firstname.lastname@example.org
Founded in 2010, the sisters of Zeta Pi Beta support St. Jude Children's hospital, Love your Melon and are very helpful in the TU community. Zeta is an accepting organization, priding themselves on being “individually unique, together complete.” They stress the importance of female empowerment, giving back and togetherness to all of their members.
Interested? Contact the Zeta’s at email@example.com
While the main purpose of Greek Council is to serve as the governing body over all Greek organizations, Greek Council has several other important purposes. Greek Council provides an open forum for all Greek members to discuss issues and help plan campus activities. Greek Council also promotes unity among all Greek members and organizations.
Four weeks of recruitment activities are held in the spring semester, starting the week after classes begin. The first two weeks of events include activities that are planned by Greek Council, while the second two weeks include activities that are planned by the individual organization. A formal Induction Ceremony is held at the conclusion of the four weeks to honor the new Greek members.
Greek Recruitment Eligibility
In order for a Tiffin University student to join a Greek organization, under the jurisdicition of Greek Council, he or she must meet the following eligibility requirements.
- The student must be a full-time student at Tiffin University.
- The student must have completed one semester of full-time academic work (15 hrs) at Tiffin University, not including a summer session.
- The student must have and maintain a 2.00 cumulative grade point average.
For more information about Greek Life at Tiffin University, please contact the Director of Student Engagement Wayne Kreis at 419-448-3353 or TUengage@tiffin.edu.