Fraternities at Wabash College
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Beta Theta Pi
Kappa Sigma
Lambda Chi Alpha
Phi Delta Theta
Phi Gamma Delta
Phi Kappa Psi
Sigma Chi
Theta Delta Chi
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Wabash College
Current Students
 
More than half of the students at Wabash live in the 10 national fraternities that have chapters at Wabash. All chapter houses are located close to campus, and all fraternities have their own dining plans and establish their own room and board rates. Study rooms and sleeping accommodations vary from house to house, though all fraternity houses have general common areas, computer rooms, and study rooms, and all have laundry facilities.
 
Wabash is in the process of constructing new or renovating all of the College-owned houses, part of the $30 million Fraternity Partnerships Campaign.
 
All 10 of Wabash’s national fraternities host open houses during Honor Scholarship Weekend and again during Orientation Week in the fall. These open houses are designed to allow fraternity men to get to know prospective members and for new students to get to know the fraternities.
 
Most Wabash fraternities also host summer rush events, which provide good opportunities to get to know brothers away from campus.
 
Fraternities across America have been criticized much of the last decade for poor behavior and low grades. At Wabash, we’re proud of our fraternities and the young men who live and learn in them. The fraternity chapters at Wabash help to develop in young men good study habits and provide countless opportunities for leadership and community service. Fraternity members also form relationships that endure long after graduation. Combined, Wabash’s fraternities boast grade point averages of 3.0 or higher and contribute hundreds of hours of community service each year.
 
Please review the various chapter websites, links for which can be found below. We think those sites — and conversations with Wabash fraternity men — will help educate new students about fraternity life and the entire fraternity rush process at Wabash. Click here to read a student and parent guide to Wabash fraternities.
 
Just as fraternities at Wabash are different than at many colleges and universities, each fraternity chapter at Wabash is distinctive from the others. We hope these web pages help you make an informed decision about whether to pursue Greek life or choose to live in a residence hall during your time at Wabash.