Wesleyan is home to seven different Greek letter organizations.  Each organization is unique and has its own personality.  Below you will find information about the current chapter president, the organization's crest, their website, and their mission statement.  Any additional questions can be directed toward the chapter president, whose email is provided.

Coeducational Societies

  • Alpha Delta Phi
    AlphaDeltCrest

    Current President:

    DJ Lemieux

    Email:

    dlemieux@wesleyan.edu

    Website:

    http://middletown.adps.org/

    Mission:

    In order to forge positive relationships between members, students, faculty, staff, the Wesleyan campus, and the Middletown community at large, the self-governing Middletown Chapter of the Alpha Delta Phi Society dedicates its resources to providing a safe, open, respectful, intellectual, and positive environment; promotes academic excellence, curiosity, and celebration of the arts; and strives to represent all niches of Wesleyan’s student body.

  • The Eclectic Society
    eclecticcrest

    Current President:

    JC Lunardini

    Email:

    jlunardini@wesleyan.edu

    Website:

    http://eclectic.wesleyan.edu/

    Mission:

    Eclectic is a coeducational society of resident and associate members committed to the promotion of independent thinking and creative expression.  We strive to continue the storied tradition of the Society of the past, both recent and further removed, through our dedication to intellectual and artistic achievement.  Our members plan, host, and staff a variety of events that aim to instill a stronger sense of community among Wesleyan students and faculty.  Eclectic’s artistic endeavors, be they those of individual members or the collective, meld the depth of academia with the freedom and ingenuity of youthful expression in order to provide a safe and exciting space for certain students who may not find themselves elsewhere on campus.  These endeavors – including but not limited to visual art, music, and film – are central to the Society’s role as a campus venue.  Eclectic’s members are also committed to the preservation of the architectural and structural integrity of Eclectic House, which is listed on the National and Connecticut Registers of Historic Places, and to the prevention of activities that are likely to impair the house’s integrity.  The Eclectic Society affirms this mission in tandem with the evolving passions and interests of its members.

Fraternities

  • Alpha Epsilon Pi

    Crest

    Current President:

    Josh Katz

    Email:

    jmkatz@wesleyan.edu

    Website:

    http://www.aepi.org/

    Mission Statement:

    We are the Jewish fraternity at Wesleyan University, although we welcome any members who display a desire and an ability to espouse our ideals. The brothers of the Alpha Psi Chapter are a diverse group of young men who are involved in a multitude of campus organizations including athletics, professional organizations, service groups, theater/film groups as well as music and religious groups. The fraternity enjoys participating in campus intramural sports as well as philanthropic and community service events. We also enjoy throwing parties. At any given time you can usually find brothers hanging out together playing music, studying casually, playing super smash, and living the life.

  • Chi Psi

    Crest

    Current President:

    Greg Lyon

    Email:

    glyon@wesleyan.edu

    Website:

    http://wesleyanchipsi.com/

    Mission:

    Chi Psi is a private fraternity of gentlemen devoted to the personal and collective needs of its members. A selective association of diverse individuals, Chi Psi is dedicated to the cultivation of a unique environment which instills a lifelong commitment to brotherhood.

    The mission of the Chi Psi Fraternity is to create and maintain an enduring society which encourages the sharing of traditions and values, respect for oneself and others, and responsibility to the university and community.

  • Delta Kappa Epsilon

    DKECrest

    Current President:

    Tucker Ingraham

    Email:

    tingraham@wesleyan.edu

    Website:

    http://www.dke.org/

    Mission:

    The true mission of Delta Kappa Epsilon (DKE) Gamma Phi Chapter at Wesleyan University is to bring young persons together to make lifelong friendships, accept roles of responsibility, and to maintain a standard of conduct in the highest order. This conduct coincides with the advancement and encouragement of intellectual excellence and of personal knowledge. The development of a spirit of tolerance and respect for the rights and views of others with dignity, self-respect, and moral basis. It is the responsibility of Delta Kappa Epsilon to provide an environment where these ideals can be discovered, formulated, and attained for the greater good of the Gamma Phi Chapter and of the entire Wesleyan University community.

  • Psi Upsilon Coeducational Fraternity
    Crest

    Current President:

    Nathan Johnson

    Email:

    ndjohnson@wesleyan.edu

    Website:

    http://psiuwesleyan.com/

    Mission:

    Encouraging diversity of thought, background, philosophy, and individual interest, we strive to maintain a safe space for the Wesleyan/Middletown community. We value self-governance, without which one cannot fully develop true leadership abilities. We promote the performance of art, intellectual discourse and the development of interpersonal relationships within our organization and feel it is our commitment to the community to foster these values with the use of our space and number; we are dedicated to providing a rich social life for students across the Wesleyan campus. And as always, we call on all members to work towards our credo of:
    Personal Responsibility
    Service to Others
    Pursuit of Wisdom
    Virtuous Character

Sororities

  • Rho Epsilon Pi
    RhoEpCrest

    Current President:

    Alix Liss

    Email:

    aliss@wesleyan.edu

    Website:

    http://rhoepsilonpi.wix.com/Wesleyan

    Mission:

    The mission of Rho Epsilon Pi is to cultivate the creativity, knowledge, and spiritual illumination of its members through a perpetual bond of friendship and sisterly affection to develop strong, passionate Women with a commitment to leadership, moral integrity, and community service for the betterment of the individual and the world.