Social Events

Socials with Fraternities:

Each semester our chapter has a separate social/mixer with each fraternity on campus. The fraternities have a representative that works with our director of social events to plan an event that will be unlike any other. Each social has a different theme to ensure that members of both organizations enjoy their time together. Some examples of socials we've held are: Sigma Nu Shrimp Boil, Pi Kappa Phi Paint Wars, Kappa Sigma Shamrock Showdown and Kappa Alpha Movie Night Mixer. 

Socials are a phenomenal way for members of our chapter to meet the other members of Greek Life. Socializing and creating a better community is something that our chapter strives for and we achieve this through our social events.



At the end of fall semester our chapter holds an annual formal dance. Members are able to bring a date of their choice to this highly anticipated event. Wearing a long formal dress and men wearing a suit and tie is encouraged. 

Formal is a time for members to be rewarded for their hard work throughout the semester. A new tradition that is being formed is the theme of our formal: The Golden Anchor Ball.



Each spring semester ends with our Semi-Formal. Semi-formal is a more laid back atmosphere than formal and usually always has a different theme. Members wear semi-formal dresses and men wear button downs and pants.  

Again, this event is to reward our members after a long semester. It is a time to unwind and have supervised fun with their sisters and dates.