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Professional Fraternity Council (PFC)

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The vision for Professional Fraternity Councils is the bringing together of Professional Fraternity Association (PFA) groups to collaborate and educate. More specifically, the purpose of the PFC is to promote and enhance professional fraternities on campus by serving as a cooperative forum for sharing ideas, information, experiences, and concerns, increasing the awareness of professional fraternities on campus; and creating a spirit of fellowship among students. PFCs exist to stimulate interaction among its member groups, its respective administration, and on-campus opportunities.

Syracuse University is home to 7 PFC chapters: 



Alpha Kappa Psi

Gender Inclusive Fraternity

ΑΚΨ

Alpha Kappa Psi's National Website

Founded in 1904, Alpha Kappa Psi Co-Ed Professional Business Fraternity has developed over 250,000 college students from around the world into principled business leaders. The Alpha Omicron chapter was re-chartered in the spring of 2011 at Syracuse University and is open to business-minded individuals of all majors. Our guiding principles and lifetime values have allowed us to make strides towards establishing ourselves as one of the leading student organizations on campus. Those who join this chapter follow a successful tradition of excellence that continues throughout college and into a future career. Our Brotherhood is comprised of a diverse group of high-quality students from all walks of life that are united together by their shared passion to grow and enhance their networking skills, professionalism, and leadership abilities both in the classroom and in the community.


Alpha Omega Epsilon

Sorority

ΑΩΕ

Alpha Omega Epsilon's National Website

Alpha Omega Epsilon is an international sorority that takes pride in being able to combine social, academic, and service qualities of other Greek societies into one organization. However, since we consider ourselves professional, we prohibit hazing of any form during our candidacy process.

We sponsor many types of charitable events, social events, and academic events. We are actively involved with Syracuse University and the local Syracuse community. We firmly believe that professional character is defined by a diverse range of qualities.

We are dedicated to the well being and success of our members. We pledge to learn from, teach, and love one another to better ourselves and those around us. By accomplishing these mighty tasks, we hope to prepare our members for the world ahead of them and to give them an edge above the competition.


Alpha Phi Omega

Gender Inclusive Fraternity

ΑΦΩ

Alpha Phi Omega's National Website

Alpha Phi Omega is a co-educational national service fraternity. Founded in 1925 in Easton, PA by Frank Reed Horton, the fraternity upholds the beliefs of leadership, friendship and service. Begun as a fraternity associated with the Boy Scouts of America (as it remains today), APO has grown for over 86 years to include 17,000 male and female student leaders on 361 college campuses across the country.


Delta Kappa Alpha

Gender Inclusive Fraternity

ΔΚΑ

Delta Kappa Alpha's National Website

Established March 16, 1936, Delta Kappa Alpha (ΔKA) is a National, Co-Educational, Professional Cinema Fraternity for cinematic arts students of character. As a National organization with over 75 years of history and alumni, our members are connected to the top cinema students from top cinema schools at universities such as USC, NYU, UCLA, Chapman, UT Austin, LMU, Columbia University, and many others. DKA is grounded in timeless personal and professional values and principles, and as an organization, our vision is to be recognized as the premier institute of upstanding entertainment industry leaders. Not exclusive to film studies majors, DKA welcomes men and women, undergraduates and graduates, who are dedicated to fostering lifelong character, collaborative and creative storytelling, ethical and productive business practices, philanthropic action, and fraternal bonds by and between students of the cinematic arts.


Delta Sigma Pi

Gender Inclusive Fraternity

ΔΣΠ

Delta Sigma Pi's National Website

Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.


Kappa Theta Pi

Co-Ed Fraternity

ΚΘΠ

Kappa Theta Pi's National Website

Kappa Theta Pi takes pride in being the first professional technology fraternity in the country. Our members learn a plethora of skills needed to stay knowledgeable about the tech industry, as well as a strong sense of professional development for future job positions.


Phi Sigma Pi

Gender Inclusive Fraternity

ΦΣΠ

Phi Sigma Pi's National Website

Phi Sigma Pi is a gender-inclusive fraternity based on a tripod of three ideals: the acquisition and dissemination of information and knowledge through scholarship, the application of professional skills and the fostering of leadership qualities by promoting and advancing the welfare of humanity, and the fostering of non-discriminatory, fraternal fellowship within Phi Sigma Pi's ranks.

Phi Sigma Pi has 4,949 active undergraduate brothers and 22,534 alumni. There are 97 collegiate chapters, 4 alumni chapters, and 6 alumni associations.

Phi Sigma Pi was founded on February 14, 1916 at Central Missouri State by E.L. Hendricks, C.A. Phillips, and C.H. McClure. The Fraternity became national in 1922, became an honor fraternity in 1966, and became co-ed in 1977.