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Being a part of Greek Life is a very rewarding experience. Stockton's Greek community provides countless hours of community service and raises thousands of dollars for worthwhile philanthropies each year. The Basic Expectations of Greek Life are very important to review to gain an understanding of the culture and high standards of the Greek Life program at Stockton.

The following fraternities and sororities are recognized at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey:

Fraternities
Sororities
Alpha Chi Rho  Alpha Kappa Alpha
*Alpha Phi Alpha  Delta Delta Delta
Alpha Phi Delta  Delta Sigma Theta
Iota Phi Theta  Delta Zeta
Kappa Alpha Psi  Lambda Tau Omega
Kappa Sigma  Lambda Theta Alpha
Lambda Sigma Upsilon  Mu Sigma Upsilon
*Lambda Theta Phi *Sigma Gamma Rho
Omega Psi Phi **Sigma Sigma Sigma
*Phi Beta Sigma Zeta Phi Beta
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Zeta Tau Alpha
Tau Delta Phi  

*Currently Inactive

**Under interim suspension of recognition

 

Unfortunately, not all organizations have understood the goals of Greek Life, resulting in the loss of recognition of a handful of groups. If you are asked to join one of the unrecognized groups, we highly discourage you from doing so, as involvement with any unrecognized group is a direct violation of College policy.

Organizations Having Lost Recognition:

  • Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority
  • Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity
  • Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity
  • Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity 

Learn the Greek Alphabet & Terminology and Get Involved with Greek Life!


 

The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Hazing Policy


Sanctions at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

In cases of individual violators, appropriate student conduct action may be imposed as outlined in The Operational Manual for Fraternities and Sororities and the Stockton Student Handbook. In cases where organizations have been involved in such conduct, loss of privileges, temporary suspension of registration, or termination of registration may be imposed. The Student Code of Conduct is the College’s process for dealing with complaints within the community. Individuals and/or organizations may also be subject to the actions of local, state, or federal police agencies.