Alpha Chi Omega is a national women's organization that enriches the lives of our members through lifetime opportunities of friendship, leadership, learning, and service within our community and nationally.
Alpha Delta Pi (ADPi) was founded as the first women’s sorority on May 15, 1851 in Macon, Georgia at Wesleyan Female College. Our Zeta Alpha Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi at CSUF has been on campus for 45 years and is actively involved on campus.
Alpha Epsilon Pi was founded to provide opportunities for the college man seeking the best possible Jewish and fraternal experience on campus.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority was founded on Wednesday January 15, 1908 on the campus of Howard University in Washington, DC. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. is the first sorority founded and Incorporated by Black women.
Beta Upsilon Delta is an organization which seeks to promote social integration between brothers without excluding any individual.
CSUF's first Asian-based sorority focusing on academic excellence, social networking, and ultimately becoming accomplished individuals while fostering the concept of teamwork through a strong sisterhood. We embrace diversity and welcome every ethnicity.
Delta Chi values four main characteristics which is promoting friendship, developing character, advancing justice, and assisting in a sound education. Our organization offers life-long knowledge, connections, and friendships.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority was founded on January 13, 1913 by 22 African American women at Howard University in Washington D.C. In 1930, the organization was incorporated as a private, non-profit organization to promote human welfare.
Delta Zeta Sorority was founded here, at Cal State Fullerton, in 1968. As a chapter, we strive to fulfill the ideals we were founded upon along with the four pillars: sisterhood, scholarship, leadership, and service.
A research institute that promotes the advancement and understanding in the science of earthquake engineering through the application of engineering principles to predict, construct, and improve the design and behavior of tall buildings in general