Statement on SAE
(Sigma Alpha Epsilon)
The University of New Mexico and the Headquarters of Sigma Alpha Epsilon do not recognize a chapter of SAE at UNM.

Statement on Hazing
UNM Fraternity and Sorority members take pride in being part of a community in which all members treat each other with respect. Activities which detract from the goal of fostering the personal and intellectual development of our students have no place in our community or campus. Hazing in any form by any student in the process of joining an organization poses a serious threat to the health and safety of our students and will not be tolerated. 

Greek Life Office

MSC 03 2210
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Physical Location:
Student Union Building
Rm 1018

Phone: (505) 277-4706

INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL (IFC)

CPH StudentsInterfraternity Council @ UNM

 

The Interfraternity Council is the governing body of the nationally recognized fraternity chapters at the University of New Mexico. The Interfraternity Council oversees 5 social fraternities providing programming and leadership opportunities within the Greek community.


The Interfraternity Council strives to address the issues that face all fraternities men. This governing council works on issues such as housing, health/wellness education, academic support, and chapter programming initiatives. IFC plans fraternity-wide community service projects (such as walk a mile in her shoes) and yearly recruitment events. Every other week members of the fraternity system and IFC meet discuss the future of the fraternity community. Officers are selected annually and help to provide a united perspective to campus administrators and outside constituents.


Alpha Tau Omega CrestAlpha Tau Omega

Common Name: ATO
Mailing Address: UNM Student Union Building #1018
Box #2
Albuquerque, NM 87131 
Chapter Website: Visit Website
National Website: Visit Website
Colors: Azure and Old Gold 
Local Founding Date: Spring 2009
National Founding Date:  Sept. 11, 1865
Recruitment Video: Coming Soon
Chapter Bio:  The Eta Kappa Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega is the only 5 Star Fraternity Chapter at the University of New Mexico, we pride ourselves on Leadership, Scholarship and Social service. Alpha Tau Omega is recognized across the country as the National Leadership Fraternity and we focus heavily on leadership development and Academic excellence. ATO has received recognition for the Highest GPA in the IFC since our colonization in Spring 2009. In the spring of 2011 we received or Charter from the National Board making our Chapter officially recognized as a Chapter. ATO is looking for strong willed individuals who seek to gain leadership skills, have high academic goals, help mold an organization, and build lasting friendships.

Kappa Sigma CrestKappa Sigma

Common Name: Kappa Sigs
Mailing Address: UNM Student Union Building #1018
Albuquerque, NM 87106 
Chapter Website: Visit Website National Website: Visit Website Colors: Red and Green
Local Founding Date: Spring 2010
National Founding Date:
December 10, 1869 Recruitment Video: Coming Soon
Chapter Bio:
Kappa Sigma has a long, rich history at the University of New Mexico, beginning in 1917 with the initial branching of our beloved Fraternity into the Albuquerque Main Campus. Since then, the Delta Zeta Chapter has seen many of its undergraduate members graduate and become successful contributors to both the state, and the nation abroad. Currently, Delta Zeta is in the process of re-colonizing, beginning a new adventure in high hopes of soon becoming the pride of this University, and reclaiming our spot on campus. Since colonization in February of 2010, Delta Zeta has grown to 25 Founding Fathers, and is closing in on our goal to gain a Charter, and soon afterwards a new Kappa Sigma Fraternity house. As the men of Kappa Sigma grow and maximize our potential in the upcoming 2011-2012 school year, we will strive to live by the Four Pillars laid forth by the Founders of our Brotherhood; Leadership, Scholarship, Fellowship and Service. The history of the Delta Zeta Chapter continues to be made daily, leaving an opportunity for undergraduates to leave both legacy, and tradition on the University of New Mexico campus that will remain for generations of Brothers to come.

Phi Delta Theta CrestPhi Delta Theta

Common Name: Phi Delt Mailing Address: UNM Student Union Building Student Activities Office
Albuquerque, NM 87131
Chapter Website: Visit Website
National Website: Visit Website
Colors: Azure and Argent
Local Founding Date: 1946
National Founding Date: Dec. 26, 1848
Recruitment Video: Coming Soon
Chapter Bio: Phi Delta Theta Fraternity was founded at Miami University in 1848 on the principles of friendship, sound learning, and moral rectitude. The New Mexico Alpha chapter at UNM was originally established in 1946.

Over 800 men were initiated at New Mexico Alpha throughout the chapter’s rich history. This in addition to the other 237,000 men on other campuses across North America makes up one of the largest alumni bases of any Greek organization. The networking opportunities through the organization are endless. This becomes paramount once you begin looking for jobs and internships. No matter what potential career you choose to pursue, there will be alumni in that field eager to offer assistance in any form.

Phi Delta Theta is currently looking for high caliber men to restore New Mexico Alpha to one of the best chapters in the nation.

Phi Gamma Delta CrestPhi Gamma Delta

Common Name: FIJI
Mailing Address: 1801 Mesa Vista NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Chapter Website: Visit Website
National Website: Visit Website
Colors: Royal Purple 
Local Founding Date: Oct. 22, 1966
National Founding Date: Apr. 22, 1848
Recruitment Video: Coming Soon
Chapter Bio: The Alpha Nu chapter of Phi Gamma Delta was established in 1966 at the University of New Mexico. The Fraternity of exists to provide and develop Leadership opportunities, promote Scholarship, and develop Friendships that are not for college days alone. It is our endeavor to support and exhibit our Five Values daily which are Friendship, Knowledge, Service, Morality, and Excellence. Are you ready to begin your journey and join us in promoting these values in your daily life and making life long friends? After all friendship is the sweetest influence. 

Pi Kappa Alpha CrestPi Kappa Alpha

Common Name: Pikes
Mailing Address: 700 University Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Chapter Website: Visit Website
National Website: Visit Website
Colors: Red and Old Gold
Local Founding Date: 1911 
National Founding Date: Mar. 1, 1868

Sigma Chi CrestSigma Chi

Common Name: Sigs
Mailing Address: Student Union MSC03 2210
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Chapter Website: Visit Website
National Website: Visit Website
Colors: Sea Blue
Local Founding Date: 1916
National Founding Date: June 28, 1855
Recruitment Video: Play Video
Chapter Bio: “Men join fraternities. Leaders of men join Sigma Chi.” -John Wayne

The Sigma Chi fraternity was founded on the principles of friendship, justice and learning. Born out of strife and aimed at bringing strength of values to young men, Sigma Chi has long been the preeminent leadership-based fraternity in the nation. Founded in 1855 at Miami University, we are one of the oldest and largest international fraternities in the world.

The Beta Xi Chapter of Sigma Chi is committed to providing the best possible experience and opportunities for its members. Founded in 1916, we have made for ourselves a long, rich history at UNM, striving to bring our values to the forefront of the student body, and establishing ourselves as leaders, both on campus and in the community. With this goal always in mind, we seek potential members by what we call the Jordan Standard. We admit no man to membership who is not believed to be:

  • A man of good character; 
  • A student of fair ability; 
  • With ambitious purposes;
  • A congenial disposition; 
  • Possessed of good morals; 
  • Having a high sense of honor; 
  • And a deep sense of personal responsibility
Sigma Chi, like most other fraternities, provides all the usual benefits of fraternity life. We have the largest fraternity property on campus, participate in intramural athletics, and help one another with studies. Additionally, due to our long-established presence on campus, we have one of the largest networks of alumni of any fraternity in New Mexico, which can ultimately lead to career advice, business contacts, and job placements. Prominent Beta Xi Chapter alumni in the Albuquerque area include Brothers Tom Popejoy, Bernie Butterfield, UNM Regents Raymond Sanchez and Don Chalmers, and past UNM Vice-President Marvin Johnson. We hope you consider joining our brotherhood and being part of the Sigma Chi legacy. We are confident that we can help make your UNM experience a more meaningful one. No matter what it is that you’re looking for, you’ll find it here, and we’ll help you find it in yourself.