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List of fraternities and sororities in the Philippines

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  • Greek Name – The Greek letters or other similar abbreviations for the collegiate organization
  • Greek Letters / Nickname – The Greek letters spelled out in English or other long form name for the organization followed by the group’s standard nickname
  • Founding – The date of formation for the organization (Philippine Founding date then International Founding date)
  • Founding Location – The location at which the first chapter of the organization was founded (Philippine Founding Location, then International Founding Location)
  • Fraternity, Sorority, or Frat. / Sor. – Indicator of whether the group is a Fraternity (Frat.), Sorority (Sor.), Linked Fraternity and Sorority (Frat. / Sor.) or single organization allowing members of both genders (Confraternity or other term)
  • Collegiate Partnered Group – Organization with ties at all schools at which the chapters exist. Often brother/sister group (ex. Tau Gamma Phi/Tau Gamma Sigma) or larger grouping (ex. Scout’s Royale Brotherhood / Sisterhood)
  • # of Colleges / International / National – # of Colleges if less than 10, National if more than 10. International here implies that the Organization in the Philippines has collegiate chapters outside the Philippines in the same legal entity.
  • International Affiliation – Contains both Information on connection with Collegiate organizations in other countries (often those using the same Greek letters in North America) and international alumni associations
  • SEC – Indicates if the organization is Registered (R), Reserved (V) or Not Registered (N) with the Securities and Exchange Commission (Philippines).(See http://iregister.sec.gov.ph/MainServlet?param=search)

Bold text== General fraternities and sororities ==

Greek Name↓ Greek Letters/ Nickname↓ Founding↓ Founding Location↓ Fraternity, Sorority, or Frat./Sor.↓ Collegiate Partnered group # of Colleges / International / National International Affiliation SEC↓
ΑΚP Alpha Kappa Rho
“Akhro / Skeptron”[1]
01973-08-08 August 8, 1973 University of Santo Tomas Frat. / Sor. International International Councils and Chapters in multiple countries R
AΝΩ Adamas Nu Omega
“Adamants”
01976-08-28 August 28, 1976 University of the East Fraternity / Sorority International International Alumni Groups N
ΡIΡ RHO IOTA PHI
“RIOT”
01990-11-13 November 13, 1990 South Western University Frat. / Sor. (Collegiate, High School, Community) International N
AΦΣ Adamas Phi Sigma
“AdasPhinians”[2]
01989-09-05 September 5, 1989 Cebu Frat. / Sor. National N
ΑΒ Alpha Beta
“Archedians”[3]
01990-08-21 August 21, 1990 Silliman University Frat. / Sor. International International Alumni Groups N
αβρ Alpha Beta Rho
“Knights of Alphans”
01983-09-21 September 21, 1983 Centro Escolar University Frat. / Sor. National
AIFS Abama International Fraternity and Sorority
“Abamans”
01976-06-06 June 6, 1976 Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Colleges Frat. / Sor. Guardians brotherhood/ karate-do/Libra association/ΣAΩ International International Alumni Groups / Crime Buster Association R
ΑΧΩ Alpha Chi Omega
“ACO”
02000-12-20 December 20, 2000 University of San Carlos Sorority National
ΑΧΥ-Σ Alpha Chi Upsilon – Sigma
“AlChiUS”
University of San Carlos, Cebu City Frat. / Sor. National Alumni members abroad N
Αcosθ Alpha Cosine Theta
“AlCoThanS”
01976-10-10 October 10, 1976 Mindanao State University (Marawi) Frat. / Sor. National N
ΑΔΣ Alpha Delta Sigma
“ADS”
01969-09-16 September 16, 1969 Adamson University Frat. / Sor. International 8 Jewels R
ΑΔΦ Alpha Delta Phi
“AlphaDelts”
01965-12-08 December 8, 1965 Silliman University Fraternity National R
ΑΗΥ Alpha Eta Upsilon
“Hangteenians”
01964-12-24 December 24, 1964(F)01965-02-11 February 11, 1965(S) University of Bohol, Tagbilaran City Frat. / Sor. AHY International International Alumni Groups V
ΑΓΦ Alpha Gamma Phi
“Unokelion”
01993-08-12 August 12, 1993 Western Leyte College Frat. / Sor. International International Humanitarian Service R
ΑΓB Alpha Gamma Beta
“Alphanians”
01972-12-19 December 19, 1972 Angeles University (San Fernando City) Frat. / Sor. National R
ΑΚΓ Alpha Kappa Gamma
“Gammakins”[4]
01959-12-28 December 28, 1959 Notre Dame University (Cotabato) Frat. / Sor. International GammaKins International Alumni Association/England 1921 R
ΑΚΩ Alpha Kappa Omega
“Akonians”
01970-02-22 February 22, 1970 Notre Dame of Marbel University Frat. / Sor. National International Alumni Groups N
ΑΚΦΟ Alpha Kappa Phi Omicron
“Adamans”
01948-12-04 December 4, 1948 Adamson University Frat. / Sor. International International Alumni Groups R
ΑΜΦ Alpha Mu Phi
“Anchorians”
01954-03-17 March 17, 1954 Philippine Merchant Marine Academy Frat. / Sor. International International Alumni Groups R
ΑΩΒ Alpha Omega Beta
“OhmBets”
01976-08-22 August 22, 1976 Central Mindanao University Frat. / Sor. National Collegiate Service International Alumni Association N
ΑΦΕ Alpha Phi Epsilon
“Epsilonians”[5]
01961-08-31 August 31, 1961 Notre Dame of Midsayap College Frat. / Sor. International International Alumni Association R
ΑΦΙΣ Alpha Phi Iota Sigma
“APIS”
01995-03-28 March 28, 1995 University of San Jose – Recoletos Frat. / Sor. Local None N
ΑΦΩ Alpha Phi Omega[6] 01950-03-02 March 2, 1950(F), 01971-12-18 December 18, 1971 (S) Far Eastern University Frat. / Sor. National Yes, Int’l Council with Alpha Phi Omega, USA R
ΑΦΥ Alpha Phi Upsilon
“Apsinians”
01975-09-10 September 10, 1975 University of San Carlos Frat. / Sor. International N
ΑΨΚ Alpha Psi Kappa
“Anchlusadian Knights”
01972-12-08 December 8, 1972 University of Mindanao Frat. / Sor. National No N
ΑΨΩ Alpha Psi Omega
“APsOnians” / “Psignets”
01980-09-09 September 9, 1980 Ateneo De Manila University Frat. / Sor. National N
ΑΡΟ Alpha Rho Omicron
“ARho”
01976-08-05 August 5, 1976 Philippine College of Criminology Frat. / Sor. Magic 5[g] International Magic 5 Brotherhood Association Incorporated N
αρΩ Alpha Rho Omega
“Rhocans”
01965-04-24 April 24, 1965 (F), 01969-12-22 December 22, 1969 (S) Silliman University Frat. / Sor. International RHOCANS Alumni Association
ΑΡΕ Alpha Rho Sigma/Epsilon
“Rhoans”[7]
01966-08-28 August 28, 1966 Silliman University Frat. / Sor. ΑΡΣ International No N
ΑΣ Alpha Sigma(Alay sa Sambayanan / Advocates of Scholarship)
“Masig”
01962-10-10 October 10, 1962 University of the Philippines Fraternity ΣΑ Sorority[citation needed], ΣΑN Sorority National Alumni Association N
ΑΣΕ Alpha Sigma Epsilon “Epsilonians” 01968-05-18 May 18, 1968 University of the Philippines Diliman/and to Ozamiz City Frat. / Sor. AΣE International Organization International Alumni Association [c] R
ΑΣΟ Alpha Sigma Omicron 01979-06-30 June 30, 1979 FEATI University Frat. / Sor. ΑΣΟ National Alumni Association R
ΑΣΩ Alpha Sigma Omega
“Sigmanians”[b]
01962-07-17 July 17, 1962 University of Cebu/Central Mindanao University/University of Mindanao/Mindanao State University Frat. / Sor. International Asian Student Organization N
ΑΓB Alpha Γamma Beta 01972-12-19 December 19, 1972 [angeles university]] Frat. / Sor. National N
ΑΣΩΦ Alpha Sigma Omega Phi
“ASOPhians”
01948-09-26 September 26, 1948 University of Mindanao Frat. / Sor. International Alumni Association V
ΑΣΚ Alpha Sigma Kappa
“Sigmans”
01975-12-24 December 24, 1975 Far Eastern University Fraternity ΑΣΚ/ΑΣΓ International(1975) International Sigmans Service Organization R
ΑΣΓ Alpha Sigma Gamma
“Sigmans”
01975-12-24 December 24, 1975 Far Eastern University Sorority ΑΣΚ/ΑΣΓ International(1975) International Sigmans Service Organization R
ΑΣΦΩ Alpha Sigma Phi Omega
“ASPOnians”[8]
01960-03-05 March 5, 1960 Notre Dame of Marbel University Frat. / Sor. ΑΣΦΩ International Alumni Association R
ΑΣΦ Alpha Sigma Phi
“Alphans”
01959-09-29 September 29, 1959[9] Central Mindanao University[9] Fraternity ΔΣΦ Sorority International Alumni Assocation of members abroad / Int’l Council with Alpha Sigma Phi, USA R(AA)
ΑΣΡ Alpha Sigma Rho
“ASiRhonians”, “Ambassadors” and “Alpha Sigs”
01952 1952 Silliman University, Cagayan De Oro [( phi chapter camiguin )] Frat. / Sor. 19 ASP 52 International Organization Ambassador’s, Asirhonians, Alpha Sig’s International R
ΑΤΩ Alpha Tau Omega
“ATO” / “Alpha Taus”
01968-08-15 August 15, 1968 University of Southern Philippines Foundation Fraternity National/International Overseas Alumni groups [d] R
ΑΘΩ Alpha Theta Omega 01968-11-27 November 27, 1968 Central Mindanao University Frat. / Sor. International International Alumni Groups N
ΑΘΩΣ Alpha Theta Omega Sigma 02002-08-04 August 4, 2002 (F), 02002 2002(S) Iligan City Frat. / Sor. National N
ΑΘΣ Alpha Theta Sigma
“AThetaS”
02008-09-11 September 11, 2008 Notre Dame of Dadiangas University Frat. / Sor. 4 Colleges / Universities No Relationship With ΑΘΣ, USA V
ΑΞΕ Alpha Xi Epsilon Society
“AXES”
01954-10-07 October 7, 1954 Xavier University Frat. / Sor. National International V
ΑΖΕΣ Alpha Zeta Epsilon Sigma 01995-07-31 July 31, 1995 University of San Carlos Frat. / Sor. National N
ΑΖΩ Alpha Zeta Omega
“AZzonians”
01969-08-10 August 10, 1969 Central Mindanao University Frat. / Sor. None International Alpha Zeta Omega Pharmaceutical Fraternity R
AC Artists’ Circle Fraternity (Fine Arts) 01972-05-22 May 22, 1972 (F)/ 01977 1977 (S) University of the Philippines Diliman Frat. / Sor. 2 Colleges No R
βΓρ BETA GAMMA RHO <> “βΣΤΑGAMMIANS” 01973-10-14 October 14, 1973 University of Santo Tomas Frat. / Sor. βΩΠ SORORITY 1973 International N
ΒΔΡ Beta Delta Rho
“Barons”
01978-07-23 July 23, 1978 Central Mindanao University International Academic Frat./Sor. none 50 national 1 USA Beta Alpha Rho, Inc. Iowa University, USA N
ΒΞΩ Beta Xi Omega
“BEXIOMS”
01968-08-18 August 18, 1968 Frat. / Sor. - ΒΚ
ΒΚ Beta Kappa
“Kappans”
“Brotherhood of Knights”
01970 1970 University of the Philippines Los Baños FFrat. / Sor. National R
ΒΦΥ Beta Phi Upsilon
“Upsideltans”
01966-03-25 March 25, 1966 Central Mindanao University Fraternity Lambda Phi Delta 1967 (ΛΦΔ) National UPSAPHIL, Inc. R
ΒΦΩ Beta Phi Omega
“Betanians”
01969-11-22 November 22, 1969 University of Cebu Frat. / Sor. International Barfly’s R
ΒΡΩ Beta Rho Omega
“Betans”[10]
01965-10-10 October 10, 1965 University of the Philippines Diliman Fraternity National No R(AA)
ΒΣ Beta Sigma
“Beta Sigmans”, “Betans” or “Brotherhood of Scholars”[11]
01946-07-14 July 14, 1946 University of the Philippines Diliman Fraternity Sigma Beta Sorority 1932 (ΣΒ) National Yes (Beta Sigma Fraternity, Federation of North American Chapters) R
ΒΣΑ Beta Sigma Alpha
“Betans”
01962-03-05 March 5, 1962 University of Southeastern Philippines Frat. / Sor. International
ΒΣΒ Beta Sigma Beta 01975-12-08 December 8, 1975 University of San Carlos Fraternity Tau Rho Lambda / Omega Beta Delta Alumni Association N
ΒΣΩΦ Beta Sigma Omega Phi
“Betans”
01968-10-10 October 10, 1968 University of Bohol Frat. / Sor. None International Alumni Association R
ΒΣΦ Beta Sigma Phi
“Betans” / “Betanites”
01965-12-17 December 17, 1965 University of Southern Philippines Foundation Frat. / Sor. None National Alumni Association. N
ΒΣΥ Beta Sigma Upsilon
“Upsilonians”
01959-02-16 February 16, 1959 University of the Visayas Frat. / Sor. National Alumni Association N
ΒΣΥΣ Beta Sigma Upsilon Sigma “BetaUpsians” 01992-01-15 January 15, 1992 Mindanao University of Science and Technology Frat. / Sor. ΒΣΥΣ International International International Alumni Groups R
CAPAZCEPA La Sagrada Cepa Fraternity & Sorority 01974-02-14 February 14, 1974 Silliman University Frat. / Sor. 2 Colleges No R
CRTEO Camarada Roommate Tau Epsilon Omicron 01979-12-16 December 16, 1979 West Visayas State University Frat. / Sor. 1 College No R
ΧΕ Chi Epsilon[12] 01974 1974 University of the Philippines Los Baños Sorority ΕΧ 2 Colleges No R
ΧΩ Chi Omega 01990 1990 University of San Carlos Sorority 2 colleges N
ΧΡΟ CRO Society 01993-09-22 September 22, 1993 Notre Dame of Dadiangas University Frat. / Sor. International Alumni Chapters R
CB Crime Buster Fraternity and Sorority
“CB”[13]
01962-09-21 September 21, 1962 Philippine College of Criminology Frat. / Sor. Magic 5[g] International Magic 5 Brotherhood Association Incorporated R
ΔΧΣ Delta Chi Sigma
“Dark Crime Society”
02003-06-26 June 26, 2003 Pateros, Metro Manila Frat. / Sor. Dark Societarian/Youth Societarian National National N
Lambda Upsilon Sigma
“Dagami”
01974-09-14 September 14, 1974 Central Philippine University Frat. / Sor. ΛΥΣ N
ΔГΒ Delta Gamma Beta
“DGBians”[14]
01961-02-27 February 27, 1961 University of the Visayas Frat. / Sor. DGBians Inc. International R
ΔΒΦ Delta Beta Phi 01962 1962 University of Eastern Philippines Sorority KΒΦ National N
ΔГΦ Delta Gamma Phi 02003-01-13 January 13, 2003 Laguna Chapter, Santa Rosa City Frat. / Sor. Δ National Delta Gamma Phi National Brotherhood N
Δ Delta International
“Deltans”
01961-10-24 October 24, 1961 University of Santo Tomas Frat. / Sor. Δ International International N
ΔΛΣ Delta Lambda Sigma 01946-04-05 April 5, 1946 University of the Philippines Diliman Sorority University-wide No R
ΔΦΕ Delta Phi Epsilon
“Delphian Society”
01985-08-05 August 5, 1985 University of San Carlos- Alpha xi Chapter Frat. / Sor. National
ΔΦΕ Delta Phi Epsilon
“”Epsilonians”
01975-10-08 October 8, 1975 Southwestern University (Philippines) Frat. / Sor. National Alumni Members R
ΔΦΟ Delta Phi Omicron
“Deltans”[15]
01964-02-14 February 14, 1964 Gregorio Araneta University Foundation Fraternity ΟΦΔ Sorority International[citation needed] Alumni Associations R
ΔΦΩ Au Fait Society 01988-08-04 August 4, 1988 University of San Carlos – Gamma Chapter Frat. / Sor. National Alumni Association N
ΔΠΟ Delta Pi Omicron 01966-09-01 September 1, 1966 University of the Philippines Diliman Sorority ΠΟ National No N
ΔΣΟΟΟ Delta Sigma Fraternity con Sorority 01975-09-07 September 7, 1975 (F), 01977 1977 (S) University of the East & Philippine College of Criminology Frat. / Sor. Magic 5[h] International Magic 5 Brotherhood Association Incorporated R
ΔΣΚ Delta Sigma Kappa
“Sigmans”
01977-08-27 August 27, 1977 Eastern Visayas State University Frat. / Sor. Group of Student Scholar International International Alumni Councils R
ΔΣΦ Delta Sigma Phi 01968-08-07 August 7, 1968 (F), 01977 1977 (S) University of the East & Philippine College of Criminology Frat. / Sor. Magic 5[h] International No relationship with Delta Sigma Phi of U.S.A. N
ΔΣΦ Delta Sigma Phi / Toxophi
“Deltans” / “Toxophians”
01964-01-12 January 12, 1964 Philippine Harvardian College Frat. / Sor. N
ΔΣΦ Delta Sigma Phi 01965-12-12 December 12, 1965[9] Silliman University[9] Sorority ΑΣΦ Fraternity [g] N
∆Σ-ΛΚ Delta Sigma Lambda Kappa 01978-06-16 June 16, 1978 (F) 01978-06-16 June 16, 1978 (S) University of the Visayas Frat. / Sor. ∆Σ-ΛΚ (Sigmanians) Sorority National National Alumni Association N
ΔΣΞ Delta Sigma Xi 01971-02-14 February 14, 1971 Manuel L. Quezon University Frat. / Sor. ΔΣΞ National International N
ΔΕΛ Delta Epsilon Lambda
“Deltans”
01968-08-29 August 29, 1968 University of the Visayas Frat. / Sor. International N
ΔЅF Delta Sphinx Family 01978-10-02 October 2, 1978 Ateneo de Zamboanga University Frat. / Sor. / Inc. National Alumni Members N
ΔΥ Delta Upsilon[16] 02004-06-22 June 22, 2004/ Disbanded Silliman University Fraternity International None- [g] N
DLX Domino Lux International[17] 01974-09-20 September 20, 1974 De La Salle University Frat. / Sor. International Manila, Philippines 1974 N
ΕΧ Epsilon Chi[18] 01964-10-02 October 2, 1964 University of the Philippines Diliman Fraternity ΧΕ 2 Colleges No R
ΕΣΒ Epsilon Sigma Beta 01988-01-11 January 11, 1988 Naga City Fraterntiy N
FΘΔ Fox Theta Delta
“Digammans”
1901(F) / July 29, 1977(S) Saint Joseph Institute of Technology, Butuan City Frat. / Sor. None International Digammans Council / International Alumni Groups R
Fraternal Order of Knights
“FrOKs”
01964 1964 Colegio de San Juan de Letran Frat. / Sor. 1 College No N
ΓΒΣ Gamma Beta Sigma“GamBets” 01975 1975 Xavier University Frat. / Sor. International N
ΓΕ Gamma Epsilon Fraternity
“Falcons”
01963-08-25 August 25, 1963 University of Santo Tomas Fraternity ΓΛΕ International Yes, Int’l Gamma Epsilon Canada R(AA)
ΓΚΦ Gamma Kappa Phi 01962-10-09 October 9, 1962 (F) / 01964 1964 (S) Holy Name University Frat. / Sor. ΓΚΣ N
ΓΚΡ Gamma Kappa Rho
“Gammans”[19]
01964-09-23 September 23, 1964 University of the Philippines Los Banos Fraternity ΣΓΛ (Sigma Gamma Lambda) International Int’l Alumni Association, Gamma Kappa Rho – Sigma Gamma Lambda Inc. [20] R
ΓΟΔΣ Gamma Omicron Delta Sigma[21]
“GODS”
01990-07-07 July 7, 1990 Mabolo, Cebu City Frat. / Sor. National/Collegiates Alumni Councils
ΓΛΕ Gamma Lambda Epsilon 01966 1966 Sorority ΓΕ International N
ΓΛΩ Gamma Lambda Omega 01952-12-12 December 12, 1952 Far Eastern University Frat. / Sor. National N
ΓΩΦ Gamma Omega Phi
“God United Youth Zion”
01992-01-31 January 31, 1992 GUYZ Alpha Chapter – Dipolog City
GUYZ Beta Chapter – NORSU Dumaguete City
Fraternity ΓΩΣ National
ΓΩΣ Gamma Omega Sigma
“God United Youth Zion”
01992-01-31 January 31, 1992 GUYZ Alpha Chapter – Dipolog City
GUYZ Beta Chapter – NORSU Dumaguete City
Sorority ΓΩΦ National
ΓΦΟ Gamma Phi Omicron
“GAPhO”
01966-08-17 August 17, 1966 Central Mindanao University Frat. / Sor. National Alumni members R
ΓΦΣ Gamma Phi Sigma
“Gammans”
01972-09-09 September 9, 1972 University of the Philippines Diliman Frat. / Sor. International N
ΓΦΣ Gamma Phi Sigma
“Trihedron”[22]
01976-08-14 August 14, 1976 University of Cebu, Main Campus Frat. / Sor. International R
ΓΠΕ Gamma Pi Epsilon
“Gammans”
01962-11-22 November 22, 1962 Central Mindanao University, University of Southern Mindanao Frat. / Sor. National International Alumni Groups N
ΓΣΕ Gamma Sigma Epsilon
“Groselex”
“Epsilonians”
01969-03-03 March 3, 1969 University of Santo Tomas Frat. / Sor. International Groselex Alumni International, Canada R
ΓΣ Gamma Sigma
“Scorpions”
“Red Scorpions”
01958-09-28 September 28, 1958 University of the Philippines Los Baños Frat. / Sor. International Alumni Association N
ΓΣΦ Gamma Sigma Phi
“Gammans”
01924-09-21 September 21, 1924 University of Santo Tomas Frat. / Sor. Gamma Sigma Phi N
ΓΣΠ Gamma Sigma Pi
“Guardians”
01966-02-14 February 14, 1966 University of the Philippines Diliman Fraternity UP Lambda Sigma Pi Sorority National Gamma Sigma Pi Alumni Association R(AA)
ΓΣΨ Gamma Sigma Psi 01977-10-08 October 8, 1977 University of the Visayas Frat. / Sor. International gammans alumni association R
UP Hamili “Suons” Chosen Ones UP HAMILI Brotherhood
“Suons”[23]
01965-04-16 April 16, 1965 University of the Philippines Diliman Fraternity Hamilia National International Alumni Chapters R(AA)
UP Hamilia “Suons” Chosen Ones UP HAMILIA Sisterhood
“Suons”[23]
01975-08-31 August 31, 1975 University of the Philippines Diliman Sorority Hamili National International Alumni Chapters R(AA)
ΙΦΟ Iota Phi Omicron
“Omicronians”
01970-08-18 August 18, 1970 Silliman University Frat. / Sor. National Alumni Association N
IOOF Independent Order of Odd Fellows Philippines
“Three Link Fraternity”
01985-08-23 August 23, 1985 in Philippines/01819-04-26 April 26, 1819 in Baltimore, Maryland Silliman University, Dumaguete City Frat. / Sor. IOOF Sor. One Collegiate Chapter in the Philippines Internationally affiliated with Independent Order of Odd Fellows N
ΙΧΣ Iota Chi Sigma
“Ironclad Stallion”
01992-08-13 August 13, 1992 Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan Frat. / Sor. ΙΧΣ sor. International SriLanka R
Fraternity
“Undefiables”
01993-07-12 July 12, 1993 Silliman University Frat. / Sor. National IUF National and International Council of Elders N
ΚΑΘ Kappa Alpha Theta
“Kappa Alphs”
“Thetas”
02003-01-07 January 7, 2003 Silliman University, Dumaguete City Sorority National
ΚΒΩ Kappa Beta Omega”KABO” 02007-09-14 September 14, 2007 Cagayan de Oro City Frat. / Sor. International No N
ΚΒΦ Kappa Beta Phi 01962 1962 University of Eastern Philippines Fraternity ΔΒΦ National N
ΚΕ Kappa Epsilon
“Kappa Epsilonians”[24]
01968-02-22 February 22, 1968 University of the Philippines Diliman Frat. / Sor. KΕ Sor., ΘΕ Sor., Aphrodite, Ladies’ Corp International N
ΚΓΦ Kappa Gamma Phi Manuel L. Quezon University Fraternity N
ΚΛΜ Kappa Lambda Mu (LAMBDANS) 01977-07-16 July 16, 1977 Mindanao State University, General Santos City(Mother Chapter) Frat./Sor.Air force Society. National Collegiate Service Fraternity and sorority None N
ΚΝΓ Kappa Nu Gamma 01977-03-27 March 27, 1977 Zamboanga del Sur Ormoc,city Catarman Northern Samar UEP Northern Samar cebu,city Frat. / Sor. National N
ΚΩΣ Kappa Omega Sigma 01968-09-26 September 26, 1968 University of the Philippines Diliman Fraternity ΛΩΣ National International / Intercollegiate (Philippines, Asia) N
ΚΡΚ Kappa Rho Kappa
“Kurukans”[25]
01970-06-24 June 24, 1970 Western Mindanao State University Frat. / Sor. LOCAL – (mostly in Zamboanga Peninsula only) None R
ΚΡΣ Kappa Rho Sigma
“KRhoz”
01988-09-21 September 21, 1988 Cebu City Frat. / Sor. International Alumni Association N
ΚΣ Kappa Sigma
“Kappa Sigs”
01988-10-21 October 21, 1988 University of San Carlos Fraternity ΧΩ National N
ΚΣ Kappa Sigma
“Kindred of Sages”
01985-11-30 November 30, 1985 University of the Philippines Fraternity ΚΔΣ National No relation and separate from above. R(?)
ΚΣΦ Kappa Sigma Phi
“Kappa Sigs”
02010-01-03 January 3, 2010 Zamboanga Frat. / Sor. National No relation of the two above N
ΚΣΘ Kappa Sigma Theta
“Kappa Sigs”
02005-10-16 October 16, 2005 Southwestern University Fraternity One chapter
ΚΘΔ Kappa Theta Delta
“Kapatid”
01985-08-18 August 18, 1985 Cebu Frat. / Sor. National N
νΣΦ Megalith Nu Sigma Phi (Megans Society)[26] 01963 1963/ 01972-09-21 September 21, 1972 Central Luzon State University/ Central Mindanao University Frat. / Sor. National MEGANS Alumni Association R
νΑΓΡ Nu Alpha Gamma Rho
“GAMMANS”
01963-03-18 March 18, 1963 Marikina, Metro Manila Frat. / Sor. Gammans63 National/International International Alumni Association R/V
Mona Lisa Fraternity & Sorority
“Mona Lisans” / “Monans”
01967-08-27 August 27, 1967 Silliman University Frat. / Sor. National Mona Lisa Alumni Association N
ΜΓΖ Mu Gamma Zeta
“Zetas”
01972-07-17 July 17, 1972 Mindanao State University Frat. / Sor. National National Alumni Groups N
ΜRB Mu Rho Beta
“Mr.B”
01973-08-28 August 28, 1973 Zamboanga City, Port Alma Bato Frat. / Sor. None International Muslim Association, International R
ΜΥΜΙΝΣ ΜΥΜΙΝΣ 02008-05-19 May 19, 2008 Notre Dame of Dadiangas University ΜΥΜΙΝΣ 2 University & 1 College International Muslim Minors Society Alumni Association N
ΝΚΒ Nu Kappa Beta
“Betans”[27]
01953 1953 University of Nueva Caceres Honor Sorority 1 College N
ΝΚΦ Nu Kappa Phi
“Phians”[28]
01952 1952 University of Nueva Caceres Honor Fraternity 1 College N
ΩΑ U.P. Omega Alpha
“Omegans”
01995 1995 University of the Philippines Los Baños Frat. / Sor. 2 U.P Campuses
(UPLB and UP Mindanao)
Alumni Association N
ΩΧΣ Omega Chi Sigma
“Atremo Circle”
01948-11-18 November 18, 1948 University of the Philippines Diliman Fraternity 27 Colleges / Universities Alumni Association N
ΩPΚ Omega Pelta Kappa
“Peltans
01965 1965 University of the Visayas Frat. / Sor. National / International Alumni Association of Members Abroad R
ΩΤΣ Omega Tau Sigma
“Omegans”
01906-12-09 December 9, 1906 University of the Philippines Diliman Frat. / Sor. International Alumni Association of Members Abroad R
ΩΦΔ Omega Phi Delta
“OmPhiDelts”
01990-02 February 1990 University of San Carlos Frat. / Sor. National Alumni Association of Members Abroad -[i] N
ΩPO Omega Rho Omicron
“Omegans”
01950-02-14 February 14, 1950 FEATI University Frat. / Sor. Colleges / Universities National / International Alumni Association in Abroad R
ΩΥ Omega Upsilon
“Upsilonians”
01994-09-14 September 14, 1994 Tarlac State University Frat. / Sor. National[citation needed] ΩΥ Alumni Association N
Order of DeMolay[29] 01919-03-18March 18,1919 Kansas City, Missouri Fraternal organization International Worldwide chapters V
Pan Xenia
“Pan Xenians”
01923-09-23 September 23, 1923 University of the Philippines Diliman Fraternity Adelfe Enu Crea International Pan Xenia International Professional Foreign Trade Fraternity R
ΦΑΕ Phi Alpha Epsilon Fraternity & Lambda Alpha Epsilon Sorority
“Supreme Epsilonians”
01953-02-23 February 23, 1953 Central Luzon State University National Service Fraternity & Sorority Phil’s., Inc. Colleges / Universities National Alumni Supreme Council (Philippines) International Alumni Council (Japan,Korea,Middle East,US & Europe) R[30][31]
ΦΒΚ Phi Beta Kappa December 5, 1776 claimed University of Santo Tomas Frat. / Sor. Claims relationship with Phi Beta Kappa of the US, however see below.[k] N
ΦΒΡ Phi Beta Rho 01962-06-24June 24, 1962 National University Fraternity Rho Beta Phi, Sor. International R
ΦГΣ Phi Gamma Sigma
“Spectrums”
01989-11-28 November 28, 1989 University of San Carlos Frat. / Sor. National N
ΦΔΑ UP Phi Delta Alpha
“PhiDeltans”
01957-07-17 July 17, 1957 University of the Philippines Diliman Sorority college none N
ΦΔΓ Phi Delta Gamma
“Gammans 1953″
01953-10-12 October 12, 1953 Cebu Institute of Technology Frat. / Sor. International & National University & College Yes, Phi Delta Gamma International R
ФІТ Phi Iota Tau 01946-02-14 February 14, 1946 FEATI University Frat. / Sor. National R
ΦКΣ Phi Kappa Sigma Women accepted Frat. / Sor. National NO relationship with Phi Kappa Sigma, USA and Canada. See Below. V
ΦΛΕ Phi Lambda Epsilon[13] 01965-03-08 March 8, 1965 Philippine College of Criminology Frat. / Sor. Magic 5[h] International Magic 5 Brotherhood Association Inc – [l] N
ΦΩΧ Phi Omega Chi,
“Phioxian”[32]
01990-12-19 December 19, 1990 University of San Carlos Frat. / Sor. Phioxian International Alumni Inc. National R
ΦΩΣ Phi Omega Sigma
“POSANS”
01968-08-24 August 24, 1968 Central Mindanao University Frat. / Sor. ΘΣΦ (Theta Sigma Phi) International Alumni Association of Members Abroad – [m] N
ΦΩΧ Phi Omega Chi,
“Phioxian”[33]
01990-12-19 December 19, 1990 University of San Carlos Frat. / Sor. Phioxian International Alumni Inc. International R
ΠΒ CRO Pi Beta International Brotherhood Inc.
“Cronians”
November 2, 1883 Notre Dame of Dadiangas University Frat. / Sor. XPO International Overseas Alumni chapters R
ΠΓΦ Pi Gamma Phi – Doskelion
“Doskelion”
01975-09-27 September 27, 1975 Francisco College, Manila Frat. / Sor. ΦΒΩ International R
ΠΟ Pi Omicron 01963-12-15 December 15, 1963 University of the Philippines Diliman Fraternity ΔΠΟ National No R
Roman Sigma
“Romanians”[34]
01969-10-29 October 29, 1969 Iligan Capitol College, Mindanao State University (Marawi) Frat. / Sor. International Nationwide Fraternity & Sorority Triangle Batch R
ΠΣ Pi Sigma
“Paragon of Scholarship”
01972-08-15 August 15, 1972 University of the Philippines Diliman Fraternity ΠΣΔ National R(AA)
ΠΣΔ Pi Sigma Delta
“Paragon of Self Development”[35]
01975-01-26 January 26, 1975 University of the Philippines Diliman Sorority ΠΣ National R(AA)
ΨΑΓΣ Psi Alpha Gamma Sigma “PSIAGSians” 01998-12-25 December 25, 1998 MV lapasan Ozamiz City Fraternity YAGS National N
ΨΣΦ Psi Sigma Phi
“SigmaPhians”
“PsiSigmaPhian”
01992-10-21 October 21, 1992 University of Iloilo / John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University Frat. / Sor. National International Alumni Chapters R
ΨΖΟ Psi Zeta Omicron
“Zepsomians”
01966-10-23 October 23, 1966 University of the Philippines Los Baños Sorority Group of Student Scholars/ZΨΟ International International Alumni Councils. -
ΡΒ Rho Beta 01982-03-20 March 20, 1982 Naga City Frat. / Sor. N
ΡΔΡ Rho Delta Rho 01990-09-22 September 22, 1990 Greenlanes, San Juan Frat. / Sor. (Collegiate, High School, Community) National Organization for Moral Regeneration (NOMORE) International N
RB Royal Butterfly
“Immortals”
02005-03-27 March 27, 2005 Samar College Fraternity / Sorority (Collegiate and Professionals) Local V
ΣΦΣ Sandigan Phi Solid
“Sandigan”
01980-09-18 September 18, 1980 Iloilo City Frat. / Sor. (collegiate and Community) Magic VII National / International SNDGN N
SCINTILLA JVRIS Scintilla Juris
“SJ”
01966-10-14 October 14, 1966 University of the Philippines Fraternity ASTRVM SCIENTIS Sor., STELLA JVRIS Sor. National/International N
Scouts Royale Brotherhood
“SRB”
01975-09-22 September 22, 1975 San Sebastian College Frat. / Sor. National / International International Alumni R
ΣΑ Sigma Alpha Sorority
“Alphans”
01964-10-24 October 24, 1964 University of the Philippines Sorority ΑΣ 2 Colleges No N
ΣΑΕ Sigma Alpha Epsilon Philippines
“SAE”
“Epsilonians”[36]
01966-09-09 September 9, 1966 Central Mindanao University Frat. / Sor. National International Alumni Community – [n]
ΣΑΝ Sigma Alpha Nu[37] 01980-07-16 July 16, 1980 University of the Philippines Diliman Sorority ΑΣ 3 Colleges No N
ΣAΩ Sigma Alpha Omega
“Abamans”
01976-08-14 August 14, 1976 Boracay island, Malay, Aklan Frat. / Sor. AIFS/Guardians brotherhood National International Alumni Groups R
ΣΒ Sigma Beta[38][39] 01932-02-14 February 14, 1932 University of the Philippines Diliman Sorority ΒΣ Fraternity National R?
ΣΒΡ Sigma Beta Rho
“Society for Better Relation”
“SBReans”
01962-04 April 1962 University of the Philippines Diliman Frat. / Sor. no Colleges and Universities National none – [o] N
ΣΒΣ Sigma Beta Sigma
“Skullions”
02009-04-11 April 11, 2009 Davao City Frat. / Sor. National N
ΣΔΦ Sigma Delta Phi 01931-02-24 February 24, 1931; Recognized 1933 University of the Philippines Diliman Sorority ΥΣΦ 2 Colleges No R(AA)
ΣΔΠ Sigma Delta Pi 01974-08-08 August 8, 1974 University of the Philippines Baguio Sorority ΣΚΠ Fraternity National N
ΣΚΠ Sigma Kappa Pi
“Samahan ng Kabataang Pilipino”
01968-09-01 September 1, 1968 University of the Philippines Diliman Fraternity ΣΔΠ Sorority National R(AA)
ΣΦ SIGMA PHI
“SPYMA”
01957-06 June 1957 Ormoc City Frat. / Sor. National R
ΣΛΝ Sigma Lambda Nu
“Society of the Lord Nobles”
01975-02-03 February 3, 1975 Mindanao State University Frat. / Sor. National R
ΣΛΟ Sigma Lambda Omicron 01989-08-16 August 16, 1989 University of the Philippines Diliman Fraternity ΑΣΡ Fraternity National N
ΣΛΦ Sigma Lambda Phi[40] 01948-03-03 March 3, 1948 Far Eastern University Fraternity, Sorority & Confraternity No International Alumni association of members abroad R
ΣΝ Sigma Nu 01991-08-15 August 15, 1991 Tarlac State University Frat. / Sor. National ΣΝ Alumni Association – [p] N
ΣΠ 01998-10-21 October 21, 1998 Central Philippine University Fraternity 1 College N
ΣΦ Sigma Phi 01986-08-27 August 27, 1986 Polytechnic University of the Philippines Frat. / Sor. (Social and Scholastic Fraternity) No National N
Strikeland Brotherhood / Sisterhood
“Ravens””
02005-06-13 June 13, 2005 Baguio City Frat. / Sor. No National Alumni members N
ΣΦΑΡ Sigma Phi Alpha Rho
“SpaRho”
“Order of the Royalist”
02005-06-18 June 18, 2005 University of Caloocan City Frat. / Sor. (Humanitarian and National Service) No Local N
ΣΡ Sigma Rho Philippines 01964 1964 Luzon / 01968 1968 Visayas / 01966 1966 Mindanao University of the Philippines Diliman & University of the Philippines Los Baños Fraternity Delta Lambda Sigma/Delta Sigma Rho National [u] -
ΣΘΦ Sigma Theta Phi 01968 1968 Central Mindanao University Sorority ΘΣΦ National No N
ΣΥ Sigma Upsilon
“Knights”
01973-08-16 August 16, 1973 Central Mindanao University Fraternity ΥΛ International ΣΥ-ΥΛ International R(ΣΥ-ΥΛ)
ΣΞ Sigma Xi Fraternity and Sorority
“Xians”
01976-09-26 September 26, 1976 Central Mindanao University Frat. / Sor. more than 26 Colleges and Universities [r] N
ΣΩΒ Rivulet Sigma Omega Beta
“Rivans”
01978-11-18 November 18, 1978 Pagadian City Frat./Sor. International R
TA Thris Amigos
“Thrigos”
02008-09-03 September 3, 2008 Palompon Institute of Technology Frat. / Sor.
ΤΑΩ Tau Alpha Omega
“Freeman”
01970-09-21 September 21, 1970 Central Mindanao University Frat. / Sor. International Alumni Council R
ΤΓΦ Tau Gamma Phi
” Triskelion’ Grand Fraternity/Sorority”
01968-10-04 October 4, 1968 University of the Philippines Diliman Fraternity/Sorority ΤΓΣ International R
ΤΓΣ Tau Gamma Sigma
Triskelions‘ Grand Sorority”
01969-01-17 January 17, 1969 University of the Philippines Diliman Sorority ΤΓΦ International International Alumni Organizations with ΤΓΦ R
ΤΜΚΦΣ Tau Mu Kappa Phi Sigma
“Tresmanos Kamarada”
01996-03-17 March 17, 1996 Iloilo City Frat. / Sor. None National None N
ΤΩΦ Tau Omega Phi 01982-10-25 October 25, 1982 Iligan, CDO & Cebu Chapters Frat. / Sor. ΤΩΦ 3 chapters None N
ΤΚΦΥ Tau Kappa Phi Upsilon Fraternity 01978-02-14 February 14, 1978 University of San Carlos Fraternity Taga Luyo Exclusive 5 National Colleges None N
ΤΩΜ Tau Omega Mu Fraternity and its Ladies’ Circle
“Omegans”[41]
01972-10-11 October 11, 1972 University of the Philippines Manila Fraternity None National None R
ΤΡΛ Tau Rho Lambda 01976-11-26 November 26, 1976 University of San Carlos Frat. / Sor. ΒΣΒ/ΩΒΔ National Alumni Association N
ΤΡΞ Tau Rho Xi
“Rhocsans”[42]
01962 1962 University of the Philippines Diliman Fraternity No N
ΘΕ Theta Epsilon Sorority 01973-12-06 December 6, 1973 / 01990-09-15 September 15, 1990 University of the Philippines Diliman/ University of the Philippines Los Baños Sorority Kappa Epsilon Fraternity National
ΘΚΡ Theta Kappa Rho Confraternity, Incorporated 01970-07-31 July 31, 1970 Far Eastern University Confraternity Sandigan Party Alliance, Sandugo Fraternity Alliance National R
ΘΡΒΣ Theta Rho Brothers / Sigma
“Thetarhonians”
01989-01-24 January 24, 1989 MATS College of Technology/ Davao City Frat. / Sor. TAA Council International International Thetarhonians Alumni Association (TAA) N
ΘΡΩ Theta Rho Omega
“Rhoans”
01978-11-15 November 15, 1978 University of Cebu Frat. / Sor. None National[citation needed] No N
ΘΣΩ Theta Sigma Omega
“Skylarks”
01975-06-19 June 19, 1975 Central Mindanao University Frat. / Sor. ΘΣΩ (SKYLARKS) International USA International Theta Sigma Omega (SKYLARKS) International Alumni: USA, Canada, Europe,Middle East,Thailand,China,Philippines R
ΘΔΦ Theta Delta Phi
“Thetans”
February 29, 1958 Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan Fraternity National N
ΘΣΦ Theta Sigma Phi
“Thetans”
01965-01-16 January 16, 1965 Central Mindanao University Frat. / Sor. ΣΘΦ (Sigma Theta Phi) / ΦΩΣ (Phi Omega Sigma) National N
√ΕΩ Trivial Epsilon Omega
“Teonians”
01994 1994 University of Mindanao Frat. / Sor. International N
UP Brotherhood of the Filipinos
“Pinoy55″[43]
01955 1955 University of the Philippines Diliman Fraternity UP Diliman only N
ΥΛ Upsilon Lambda
“Ulphans”[44]
01973 1973 Central Mindanao University Sorority ΣΥ International ΣΥ-ΥΛ International R(ΣΥ-ΥΛ)
ΥΦΩ Upsilon Phi Omega
“Uponians”
01985-10-25 October 25, 1985 University of San Carlos Frat. / Sor. International Alumni Council N
ΥΑΣ Upsilon Alpha Sigma
“Kamay ng Samahang Mapayapa”
“Kasama”
01968 1968 Silliman University Frat. / Sor. National No R
ΥΛΦ Upsilon Lambda Phi
“Upsilonians”
01970-02 February 1970 National University Frat. / Sor. International Collegiate Service
ΥΦΣ Upsilon Phi Sigma 01935-02-14 February 14, 1935 University of the Philippines Los Baños Frat. / Sor. National International Alumni Councils R
ΥΣΦ Upsilon Sigma Phi 01920-11-19 November 19, 1920 (Informally in 1918) University of the Philippines Manila Mother Chapter now in UP Diliman Fraternity R
UP SILAK Brotherhood[45] 01971-09-21 September 21, 1971 University of the Philippines Diliman Fraternity SILAB National International Alumni Chapters R(AA)
UP SILAB Sisterhood[46] 01973-02-11 February 11, 1973 University of the Philippines Diliman Sorority SILAK National International Alumni Chapters R(AA)
Validus Amicitia Brotherhood 01977-10-13 October 13, 1977 University of the Philippines Visayas Fraternity None International Alumni Chapters N
01972-07-27 July 27, 1972 University of the Philippines Diliman Frat. / Sor. Latagaw/Lamdag UP-wide International Alumni Chapters
WZ88 WEGGZ Zeta 01988-03-25 March 25, 1988 Masantol, Pampanga Frat. / Sor. National N
ΞΡΧ Chevrons Xirhochi 01998-12-24 December 24, 1998 St. Bernard, Southern Leyte Frat. / Sor. CHEVRONS BROTHERHOOD INC. National- 15 Community Based Council and 1 College Based Chapter None V
ΖΕ-ΑΛ Zeta Epsilon – Alpha Lambda 01931-08-17 August 17, 1931 Manuel L. Quezon University Frat. / Sor. International N
ΖΛΣ Zeta Lambda Sigma
“Zeta”
01989-09-27 September 27, 1989 University of the East Frat. / Sor. None 6 Colleges and University, 2 Communities None N
ΖΦΔ Zeta Phi Delta
“Zetans”
01969-11-04 November 4, 1969 Manuel L. Quezon University Frat. / Sor. ΖΦΔ Intercollegiate Brotherhood & Sisterhood International Chicago, Illinois, USA 1969 N
ΖΦΩ Zeta Phi Omega 01975-08-26 August 26, 1975 Pasonanca, Zamboanga City Frat. / Sor. LOCAL – (mostly in Zamboanga Peninsula only) None R
ΖΦΣ Zeta Phi Sigma
“Zetans”
01969-03-01 March 1, 1969 Viva Mabuhay Beach, Noveleta, Cavite Frat. / Sor. ΖΦΣ Intercollegiate Brotherhood & Sisterhood International USA R
ΖΨΟ Supreme Fraternity Zeta Psi Omicron
“Zepsomians”
01965-01-29 January 29, 1965 University of the Philippines Los Baños Fraternity Group of Student Scholars/ΨΖΟ International International Alumni Councils. N
ZePhYR Society International 01980-08-17 August 17, 1980 Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan Fraternal Society International Collegiate Zephs & Zephess International Alumni Zephs & Zephess R
ΓΔΦ/Θ Gamma Delta Phi/ Theta ΓΔΦ/Θ Gamma Delphians 01960-08-15 August 15, 1960 University Of Sto. Tomas Fraternity and Sorority None None None N

Philippines Fraternities and Sororiies table

  Name        = BΓΦ / Beta Gamma Phi / Betans , Philans
  Letters     = International Collegiate Services
  Founding    = { September 27, 1945 } lawyers & Doctors
  Location    = Far Eastern University Philippines
  Re-Founding = { December 16, 1957 } Intercollegiate Services
  Location    = University of East, Philippnes
  Type        = Fraternity and Sorority
  Partner     = International Allumni
  Span        = International
  Affiliation = Allumni Betans & Philans
  SEC         = R

[edit] Law fraternities and sororities

Greek Name Greek Letters/ Nickname Founding Founding Location Fraternity, Sorority, or Frat./Sor. Collegiate Partnered group # of Law Schools Internation Affiliation SEC
AEGIS JURIS Aegis Jvris Fraternity 1979 University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Civil Law Fraternity REGINA LEGIS et JVRIS Sorority R
AKRHO-SOL Alpha Kappa Rho – SKEPTRON order of Law February 12, 2006 Ateneo de Manila Law School Fraternity/Sorority Alpha Kappa Rho International Fraternity & Sorority 8 (ADMU,UST,UE,FEU,PUP,USC,USJR,USP) R
Aleitheia The Women of Aleitheia
“Aleitheian”
2006 Ateneo de Manila Law School Sorority 1 R
ΑΦΒ Alpha Phi Beta Fraternity -
UP College of Law[47]
October 1939 University of the Philippines College of Law Fraternity 1 none R
ΑΦΒ Alpha Phi Beta Fraternity -
San Beda College of Law[48]
March 16, 1969 San Beda College of Law Fraternity LLB 1 separate and distinct from above R
Aquila Legis Fraternitas Aquilae Legis[49] 1949 Ateneo de Manila Law School Fraternity 1 R
ΒΑΛ Beta Alpha Lambda
“Alphans”[50]
October 8, 1986 University of the East Frat./Sor. None 1 N
ΒΣΛ Beta Sigma Lambda Inc. “Brotherhood of Scholars and Leaders”- “BETANS” 1946 Far Eastern University Institute of Law Fraternity/Sorority 12 (National) R
ΔΛ Delta Lambda – UE College of Law April 17, 1987 University of the East College of Law Frat./Sor. 1 No R
ΕΣΛΦ Epsilon Sigma Lambda Phi, Inc. 1980 University of the East College of Law Frat./Sor. 1 No R
SCINTILLA LEGIS Fraternitas Scintilla Legis[51] February 1974 Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan College of Law Fraternity 5 N
ΛΑΛ Lambda Alpha Lambda
“League of Atenean Lawyers”
2007 Ateneo de Manila Law School Fraternity and Sorority 1 N
ΛΡΒ Lambda Rho Beta Fraternity[52] 1971 San Beda College of Law Fraternity ΛΡΣ 1 No N
ΛΡΣ Lambda Rho Sigma Sorority[53] 1984(?) San Beda College of Law Sorority ΛΡΒ 1 No N
LLB League of Lady Barristers 1989 San Beda College of Law Sorority ΑΦΒ 1 No N
LEGIS SANCTUM Fraternal Order of Legis Sanctum 2006 University of San Agustin College of Law Fraternity 1 No N
LEX AUGUSTINIANA Lex Augustiniana Sororitas 1986 San Sebastian College-Recoletos College of Law Sorority Lex Cervus Fraternity 3 No N
LEX CERVUS Lex Cervus Fraternity 1977 San Sebastian College-Recoletos College of Law Fraternity Lex Augustiniana Sororitas 3 No R
Lex Leonum Lex Leonum Fraternitas 1968 San Beda College of Law Fraternity 1 No R
LTFI Lex Talionis Fraternitas, Inc. September 29, 1969 San Beda College of Law Fraternity 2 No R[54]
μλ Monalisa Fraternity and Sorority 1967 Siliman International college service National No
ΜΚΦ The Noble House of MU KAPPA PHI 1948 Manuel L. Quezon University School of Law Fraternity / Sorority (4)National No R
PANTHERA Panthera Juris Fraternity/Sorority 2001 University of Southern Philippines College of Law Frat./Sor. 4(USPF,UV,UC,SWU) No N
PORTIA Portia Sorority “Portians” June 1933 University of the Philippines College of Law Sorority None 1 None R
REGINA IUSTITIAE Regina Iustitiae – Sorore Lex Atheneum[55] 2005 Ateneo de Manila Law School Sorority None 1 None N
REGINA LEGIS et JVRIS Regina Legis et Juris Sorority 1983 University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Civil Law Sorority Aegis Juris 1 No N
SILAW Samahang Ilocano-Law 2001 Saint Louis University School of Law Baguio City Frat./Sor CIASI 61892 INTERNATIONAL 3 N
ΣΡ Sigma Rho 1938 University of the Philippines College of Law Fraternity ΔΛΣ/ΛΣP 1 [o] R
SRJ Sororitas Reginae Juris 1982 San Beda College of Law Sorority 1 No N R
Tandu Legis Tandu Legis Fraternitas 1983 Xavier University Fraternity National No N
ΤKΦ TAU KAPPA PHI, Inc. 1948 Far Eastern University Institute of Law Fraternity 1 No R
ΤΛK Tau Lambda Kappa Fraternity/ Sorority, Inc. 1954 University of the East College of Law Fraternity/ Sorority
ΤOL Triskelion Order of Law[56] October 4, 2000[57][58] University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Civil Law[57] Frat./Sor.[59] Tau Gamma Phi Fraternity
and
Tau Gamma Sigma Sorority[60]
National[57] None R[57]
ΔΔΔ TRI-DELTA LEX FRATERNITY 1953 Manuel L. Quezon University School of Law Frat./Sor. 1 N
Utopia Fraternal Order of Utopia 1964 Ateneo de Manila Law School Fraternity 1 No R
Victoria Victoria In Lege 2009 Ateneo de Manila Law School Sorority 1 None N

[edit] Engineering fraternities and sororities

Greek Name Greek Letters/ Nickname Founding Founding Location Fraternity, Sorority, or Frat./Sor. Collegiate Partnered group # of Colleges/ International/ National International Affiliation SEC
AKRHO-SOE Alpha Kappa Rho-SKEPTRON order of Engineers 2006 University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Engineering Fraternity/Sorority Alpha Kappa Rho International Fraternity & Sorority R
ΒΕ Beta Epsilon
Brotherhood of Engineers[61]
August 23, 1929 University of the Philippines Diliman Fraternity 1 College Beta Epsilon Fraternity Alumni Association of America R
ΒK Beta Kappa
Brotherhood of Knights[62]
November 30, 1989 Technological Institute of the Philippines – Q.C. Fraternity/ Sorority R
ΒNE Beta Nu Epsilon Brotherhood of Noble Engineers July 6, 2005 University of the Philippines Los Baños Fraternity UPLB College of Engineering and Agro-Industrial Technology
ΔΕ Delta Epsilon September 27, 1967 Divine Word University of Tacloban Frat./Sor. National None R
EMC² Engineers and Men
for the College and
Country Fraternity
1969 UP College of Engineering Fraternity 1 College EMC² Fraternity Alumni Association R(AA)
ΕΣ Epsilon Sigma
“Sigmans/ Kiwowl”
July 31, 1957 (frat)/ Aug. 9, 1959 (sor) University of Mindanao (mother chapter) Frat./Sor. National Engineering and Architecture Exclusive N
ΓΣΠ Gamma Sigma Pi
“Guardians for Scientific Progress”
February 14, 1966 University of the Philippines Diliman Fraternity UP Lambda Sigma Pi Sorority National Gamma Sigma Pi Alumni Association R(AA)
KK Kappa Kappa 1948 University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Engineering Fraternity FRATOFCO College of Engineering None N
ΦΒΕ Phi Beta Epsilon (Philippines)[63] September 28, 1947 Central Philippine University Fraternity 4( UI/ USA/ WIT/ WVCST)[64] 3 University & 2 College Phi Beta Epsilon Fraternity International[65] R
ΣB Sigma Beta 1950 University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Engineering Fraternity FRATOFCO College of Engineering None R
ΣΕΦ Sigma Epsilon Phi (SEPHIANS)[66] December 13, 1987 Technological Institute of the Philippines- Q.C. Fraternity/Sorority College None R
ΣΞ Sigma Xi 1976 Central Mindanao University Fraternity and Sorority International Colleges and Universities None N
ΤΑ TAU ALPHA
“Tae Argonauts”
June 27, 1932 University of the Philippines Diliman Fraternity College of Engineering – UP Diliman campus only Tau Alpha Foundation Incorporated, Tau Alpha Overseas, Tau Alpha Australia R
TME Tau Mu Epsilon 1952 University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Engineering Fraternity FRATOFCO College of Engineering None N

[edit] Medical fraternities and sororities

Greek Name Greek Letters/ Nickname Founding Founding Location Fraternity, Sorority, or Frat./Sor. Collegiate Partnered group # of Colleges/ International/ National International Affiliation SEC
AKRHO – SOM Alpha Kappa Rho – SKEPTRON Order of Medicine September 5, 2005 University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Medicine and Surgery Frat./Sor. Alpha Kappa Rho “AKRHO” International Fraternity & Sorority R
αμσφ “Alpha Mu Sigma Phi Fraternity & Sorority December 15, 1959 Cebu Institute of Medicine Fraternity/Sorority 1 College R
ΒΣΦ Beta Mu Sigma, “Brotherhood of Medical Scholars” December 17, 1987 PLM College of Medicine Fraternity 1 College No R
ΓΒΕΦ Gamma Beta Epsilon Fraternity 01970-09-20 September 20, 1970 University of Santo Tomas College of Science Fraternity Mu Sigma Epsilon 1 College No N
ΜΣΦ Fraternity Mu Sigma Phi Fraternity October 1933 University of the Philippines College of Medicine Fraternity ΜΣΦ Sorority 1 College No R
ΜΣΦ Sorority Mu Sigma Phi Sorority August 27, 1934 University of the Philippines College of Medicine Sorority ΜΣΦ Fraternity 1 College No R
ΦΔΧ Philippines Frates de Cros International Inc. September 22, 1993 Southwestern University Cebu College of Medicine Frat./Sor. XPO National R
ΦΚΜ Phi Kappa Mu[67] August 1933 University of the Philippines College of Medicine Fraternity ΦΛΔ 1 College No R
ΦΛΔ Phi Lambda Delta[68] 1969 University of the Philippines College of Medicine Sorority ΦΚΜ 1 College No R
ΘΛΦ Theta Lambda Phi Sorority August 30, 1980 University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Medicine and Surgery Sorority ΦΣΓ Fraternity 1 College N
ΣΑΘ Sigma Alpha Theta, “Samaritans Medical Honor Society” September 18, 2007 Mindanao Sanitarium and Hospital College Frat./Sor. Admits General Social and Service Fraternity and Sorority Members National N
TOM Triskelion Order of Medicine Our Lady of Fatima University Frat./Sor. Tau Gamma Phi and Tau Gamma Sigma National R
ΥΣΡ Upsilon Sigma Rho 1977 University of Santo Tomas Confraternity National R

Note: International Affiliation indicates relationship with a similar fraternity and/or sorority existing at the same level of education in other countries.

[edit] Councils

Council↓ College/University/City↓ Founding Date↓
Fraternity Officers Council (FRATOFCO) University of Santo Tomas late 1960s[69]
University of Cebu Inter-Fraternity and Sorority Alliance[70] University of Cebu November 25, 1984
UP Barkadahan University of the Philippines Diliman
UPLB Inter-Fraternity Council University of the Philippines Los Baños
University of San Carlos Inter-Fraternity and Sorority Council University of San Carlos August 15, 1995
University of San Jose Recoletos United Fraternity and Sorority Council University of San Jose Recoletos
League of Organizations Roxas City April 2009
Council of Frat and Sor Mindano State University-Main

[edit] Relationship statements

a. ^ Alpha Phi Beta of UP Diliman has no legal/fraternal affiliation with the Alpha Phi Beta – San Beda College.
b. ^ Alpha Sigma Omega (SIOUX) 1976 has no legal/fraternal affiliation with Alpha Sigma Omega (SigmanianS) 1962.
c. ^ Alpha Sigma Epsilon of the Philippines has no legal/fraternal affiliation with Alpha Sigma Epsilon of the United States.
d. ^ Alpha Tau Omega of the Philippines has no legal/fraternal affiliation with Alpha Tau Omega of the United States.
e. ^ Alpha Theta Sigma AthetaS Grand Fraternity and Sorority-Philippines has no legal/fraternal affiliation with Alpha Theta Sigma Multicultural Fraternity, Inc.-USA.
f. ^ Delta Sigma Phi Sorority of the Philippines has no legal/fraternal affiliation with Delta Sigma Phi fraternity in the United States.
g. ^ Delta Upsilon of the United States and Canada considered the request for affiliation from the Delta Upsilon Fraternity in the Philippines and rejected it, leading to the disbandment of Delta Upsilon of the Philippines[71]
h. ^ Magic Five consists of Crime Buster, Phi Lambda Epsilon, Alpha Rho Omicron, Delta Sigma Phi and Delta Sigma Family.[72]
i. ^ Omega Phi Delta (OmPhiDelts) Founded 1990 in the Philippines has no legal/fraternal/sororal affiliation with Omega Phi Delta (Independent Sorority), Philadelphia, USA, founded on 2006[73]
j. ^ Phi Beta Epsilon (Philippines) has no legal/fraternal affiliation with Phi Beta Epsilon in Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA, USA.
k. ^ Phi Beta Kappa of the Philippines claims to be affiliated with Phi Beta Kappa in the United States, however Phi Beta Kappa of the United States denies this.[74] and has instituted legal action against Phi Beta Kappa of the Philippines.
l. ^ Phi Lambda Epsilon of the Philippines has no legal/fraternal affiliation with Phi Lambda Epsilon in the United States.
m. ^ Phi Omega Sigma of the Philippines has no legal/fraternal affiliation with Phi Omega Sigma at College of Wooster and in Phi Omega Sigma Christian fraternity at Missouri State University in the United States.
n. ^ Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity-Philippines has no legal/fraternal affiliation with Sigma Alpha Epsilon of the United States. Formal communication between the two organizations has occurred,[75] however SAE of the United States has not granted Sigma Alpha Epsilon of the Philippines permission to use any copyrighted or trademarked works such as the crest or the flag.
o. ^ Sigma Beta Rho of the Philippines has NO legal/fraternal affiliation with Sigma Beta Rho in the United States.
p. ^ Sigma Nu of the Philippines has no legal/fraternal affiliation with Sigma Nu of the United States.[76]
q. ^ Sigma Rho of the University of the Philippines at Los Baños has no legal/fraternal affiliation with Sigma Rho University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City.
r. ^ Sigma Xi “Xians” in the Philippines has no legal/fraternal affiliation to Sigma Xi scientific research international.
s. ^ Upsilon Sigma Phi 1918 has no legal/fraternal affiliation with Upsilon Phi Sigma Fraternity and Sorority 1935.
t. ^ Zeta Phi Omega Fraternity and Sorority 1975-Philippines has no legal/fraternal affiliation with Zeta Phi Omega Sorority in United States.
u. ^ Alpha Sigma Kappa 1975 Fraternity and Sorority of Philippines has no legal/fraternal affiliation with Alpha Sigma Kappa in Republic of China,California,Minesota,Taipe.
v. ^ Sigma Rho outside University of the Philippines

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  7. ^ Silliman University Rhoans
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FROM RHOU ETA DELTA to SIGMA XI 1976   Leave a comment

Sigma Xi
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Image:SXseal.gif

Founded September 26 1976 (1976-09-26) (age 34)
Central Mindanao University
Type Socio Economic Service Fraternity
Scope National / International
Motto Unity ’till they end…..
Colors Green, Yellow, Blue, Red
Symbol Torch Leaves Stars
Chapters (Colleges, Universities Chapters)
Headquarters Valencia City, Musuan, Bukidnon, Philippines
Homepage http://www.sigmaxi1976.org/

P A R T – I

THE HISTORY OF THE SIGMA XI FRATERNITY AND SORORITY

I – Introduction :

A. The Sigma Xi Fraternity and Sorority :

It is an organization of College student, can be observed in any Colleges or Universities where fraternity and sorority are existing and operating. This is an Intercollegiate Service Organization wherein you can find an intimate relationship among the members. An organization rich in possibilities for cooperation and mutual understanding, some people dislike frat. / Sor. Maybe because of the rites that they must undergo before they can be a member. Are rites really necessary? The answer is an absolute Yes. Rites make the fraternity / Sorority unique from other civic organization. It is not only a tradition but also one of the binding forces of the frat. / Sor. It is through this rites that you will learn to love and remember your fraternal brothers and sisters every moment of your life. It is through this rites that you will really know the real attitude and actuation of an individual seen under pressure. It will lead you to know every member totally, thus making it easy for one to adjust and understand each other.

Most of the students in the institution are away from home. They are hungry for brotherly and parental love. In case like this, fraternity comes in because a fraternal brother and sister is the substitute for sanguine brother and sister. Fraternity and Sorority can create a fine spirit of fellowship and sympathetic interest that compensate for the student longing for home life. You can turn to your fraternal brother and sister as openly as you turn to your real brothers and sisters and as well as your parents. This is only one aspect. There are still lots of things that makes a member happy and proud he is a frat man. There can really be no organization that can make a member fell he and she is a part of the organization.
B. 1. GOAL AND OBJECTIVES :
The long term goal of this organization is to help improve the quality of life of a College students by helping them increase their ability on how to deal with people, to interact with problems and for brotherhood and sisterhood.
OBJECTIVES:
A.) To promote brotherhood and sisterhood B.) To develop one’s personality C.) To grow and expand our responsibility towards society D.) To participate actively in community development in social and cultural activities E.) To plan, implement and coordinate self-help development project F.) To promote educational and cultural development; and G.) To promote Leadership
B. 2. ORGANIZATIONAL SET – UP :
This organization has a set of officers called Core Composed of 13 members in addition to the Secretary and Treasurer. The Core members have equal powers, different duties and functions, responsibility and obligation. Before the Core decide to do any activity or project, it must be agreed upon by majority of at least 9 members of the Core. (Article VI, Sec. 2 of Sigma Xi Constitution and By – Laws). A. THE MEMBERS OF THE CORE :

The following are the set of Officers :

a.) Grand Chancellor b.) Prime Chancellor c.) Sorority Head d.) Twister Frat / Sor. e.) Comptroller Frat. / Sor. f.) Holder of the key g.) Keeper of the Scroll h.) Historian Frat. / Sor. i.) Secretary j.) Treasurer

B. ADVISORSHIP :

In addition to the Core, are the advisers, Grand supreme as called. The functions of the adviser are shown in the Article X, Sec. 1 of the Sigma Xi Constitution and By – Laws.

The functions of the Junior / Senior advisers where in the same Article X, Sec. 2 of the Constitution of the Sigma Xi fraternity and Sorority.

II – HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF THE ORGANIZATION :

Formerly, the name of this Fraternity and Sorority is RHO ETA DELTA (PHΔ), originated in CM, Musuan, Bukidnon by the 14 founders on September 26, 1976 due to their enormous cooperation and leadership. The grand chancellor on this time is in the name of Bro. Dominador Galleto, registered agricultural Engineer at present. The prime chancellor is in the name of Bro. Elisio Hanoyan Jr.

In the date of foundation there was an additional member of three (3).

A. Founders Set of officers :

1. Grand Chancellor : Bro. Dominador Galleto 2. Prime Chancellor : Elisio Hanoyan Jr. 3. Keeper of the Scroll : Esterlito Taneo 4. Comptroller Frat. : Bro. Gideon Tapay Sor. : Sis. Edna Uba 5. Historian Frat. : Bro. Geronimo Basadre Sor. : Sis. Merlita Matulac 6. Holder of the key : Bro. Antonio Ydel 7. Twister : Bro. Felix Ninang 8. Secretary : Sis. Elsa Cocamas 9. Treasurer : Sis. Beberly Momo

MEMBERS

FRAT. SOR. Bro. Ruben Gomera Sis. Merly Poblador Bro. Alejandre Concha Sis. Concordia Lagnason Bro. Carlos Dumas (EXPELLED)

B. ORGANIZATIONAL THEME SONG :

The organizational theme song of this organization is Walk with Faith.

C. ORGANIZATIONAL WHISTLE :

The first organizational whistle was the prolonged note of Walk with Faith, followed by the first note of first of May and at present the first note of our theme song, Walk with Faith.

D. ORGANIZATIONAL APPLAUD IS CLAPPING THE HANDS 2X

     SIMULTENOUSLY (REPEAT 3X)

E. ORGANIZATIONAL TATTOO :

The Tattoo is found in the right hand forefinger ( Ξ ) symbol. Formerly under the RHO ETA DELTA, the tattoo is found on the base between the thumb and forefinger right hand ( ┐) symbol.

F. ORGANIZATIONAL DISTANCE SIGN :

The right hand up, palm close open.

G. ORGANIZATIONAL COLOR :

The color Blue simplify for good well. The color white simplify for sincerity of the members toward the organization.

H. THE ORGANIZATIONAL SEAL :

The first organizational seal was in the diamond style printed with blue, with present of the 14 stars which represent the 14 founders. But at present, it was changed.
THE CHANGING OF RHO ETA DELTA TO SIGMA XI :
It was on the second semester that the Rho Eta Delta was changed to Sigma Xi, due to the reason that ETAN as they called, sound unpleasant for the group. The meaning of Etan is the black short people. The Sigma Xi was known on December 17, 1976 when the pioneering batch were graduated, still under the leadership of Bro. Dominador Galleto.

They were 7 pioneering batch who graduated, they were Bro. Mario Salido, Bro. Roger Maghuyop, Bro. Antonio Paculan (resigned and was expelled from the group), Sis. Vergie Salapang, and Sis. Elsie Piamonte.

The meaning of Sigma Xi is “Unity of All Till They End” , it also follows that when there’s Unity, there is leadership will reign and then progress will result on the group, and known to be the Xians Family.

To summarize the meaning, that is Unity, leaves, left and right. These stands for the 14 persons responsible for the operation of this organization.

The light stands for education and knowledge; 092676 – the date when it was founded September 26, 1976; Stars surround – the members. Why it is round? Because it all will show Unity among the members.

THE IMPROVEMENT OF SIGMA XI :

A. The Composition of the Password :

It was on the leadership of Bro. Mario Salido when the password was obtained with the leadership of researching and cooperation of Bro. Ernesto Dahilan.

B. The Obtaining of the I.D. and the Revision of the Constitution and By – Laws :

The I.D. was also obtained this time under the leadership of Bro. Mario Salido with the aid of Bro. Carlos Malinao and Bro. Ernesto Dahilan in cooperation with Bro. Bobong CaseÑo and Bro. Ric Adem in Gamma Chapter, Cagayan De Oro City.

C. The Revision of the Constitution and By – Laws :

It was on February 28, 1979 that the Sigma Xi Constitution and By – Laws was revised.

D. The Recruitment of the Adviser :

On March 16, 1979 an adviser has been recruited and she accepted the position. She is Sis. Perla Lozano, at present Mrs. Perla L. Bogayong.
E. The Recognition of the Sigma Xi Fraternity and Sorority :

It was on March 2, 1980 that this Frat. / Sor. Was one on the recognized frat. / Sor. By the Office of the Student Affairs here in Alpha Chapter. A Certificate of Recognition was given to Bro. Mario Salido as acting grand Chancellor this time, by the University President (Dr. Isabelo S. Alcordo). Originally, Bro. Pepito Patayon was the Grand Chancellor and the Prime Chancellor was Bro. Gregorio Orboc.

F. The Project of the Organization and the Participation on the League of Recognized Student

    organization (1st Semester, 1980 – 1981)       :

On the same date / year of recognition, the Sigma Xi Frat. / Sor. Started to conduct campus project, that is beautification of the New Student Village (The front View) under the leadership of Bro. Reynaldo Britos as the Grand Chancellor for the School year 1980 – 1981, with the assistant of the Prime Chancellor Bro. Cornelio Jumawan Jr.

The Sigma Xi Frat. / Sor. is a member of the league of Recognized Student Organization here in CMU, Musuan, Bukidnon, Bro. Rene Britos was elected as the PRO on that organization.

G. The Composition of the History of the Sigma Xi Fraternity and Sorority :

It was on March 1, 1981 that the Sigma Xi Frat. / Sor. , history was composed by Bro. Roger Maghuyop as the Holder of the key / Scroll. All the information about the Sigma Xi Frat. / Sor. , events and activities were compiled by him.

III – THE EXTENSION OF THE SIGMA XI FRAT. / SOR. :

No organizations in this institution keep on steady, inspite of the fact that it always goes on changes. Changes on its movement and operation that makes the group useful to our society.

It is being compared to a flow of a river that goes from one place to the other. If the main source is still functioning, then there’s no reason that the river will not continue its flowing. The same through with the Sigma Xi Frat. / Sor. , as long as all Xians members is in normal condition and active in its operation, then its policy, principles and doctrines will continue spreading from generation to generation without expecting any other rewards from each members.

The first extension of the organization was on the first semester of the school year 1977, one of our Bro. in Alpha Chapter in the name of Bro. Ruben Gomera transfer to MIT, now University of Southern Mindanao, Kabakan, and North Cotabato to continue his study and there he was able to organized the Sigma Xi Frat. / Sor.

On the same year of 1977 second semester, another 2 CMU Xians members transfer to San Isidro College, Impalambong, Malaybalay, Bukidnon in the name of Sis. Concordia Lagnason and Sis. Merlie Poblador to continue their study and they have able to organized the Xians members in both San Isidro College and BSU (Bukidnon State College). Also in the same year, this said organization was also organized in Lecio de Cagayan, CCC, Xavier University and COC, Gamma Chapter, Cagayan de Oro City by one of our Bro. name Antonio Paculan, but at present he resigned and was expelled from the group.

On December 16, 1979, this Frat. / Sor. is existing in MU (Misamis University) Ozamis City organized by one of our Bro. named Daryl Quicoy to continue his studies there with the assistance of Engr. Dominador Galleto, an instructor on that institution. Also in the same date, it was organized there in Notre dame College, Marvel, South Cotabato; Magsaysay Memorial College, General Santos City; Lesium of Southern Philippines, Takorong, Sultan Kudarat and in University of Mindanao, Davao Chapter on first semester school year 1979.

In 1980, also organized in Mlang College, Mlang, and North Cotabato. In September 26, 1981 also operating in SAIT and AIT (San Agustin Institute of Technology and Alimarz Institute of Technology) Alpha Gamma Chapter, Valencia, Bukidnon. And also operating in NORMINAC (Northern Mindanao Agricultural College) and SJIT (Saint Joseph Institute of Technology), Butuan City. Also in Balingasag, Misamis Oriental (Saint Peters and Saint Ritas College). The extension of this Frat. / Sor. is not yet the end but it is unpredictable. In 1985 also existing in Southern Bukidnon Foundation Academy, Don Carlos, Bukidnon.

“Go on Xians Brothers and Sisters . . . Do the Best and God do the Rest“

“More power to all Xians Family. . . “
P A R T – I I

THE SIGMA XI FRAT. / SOR. AS A WHOLE :

What is Sigma Xi Frat / Sor?. :
A Sigma Xi Frat. / Sor. is a person whom you would want to have near when you are dying and whom spontaneously turn for help when you are in trouble, and whom you like to be with while you are living; and who is the first one to hear the good news when you have good fortune. Whose counsel you seek when you are perplexed, and whose congratulations you welcome when perplexity is solved. In whom you confide the secret you want no other living soul to know. Yet will never pray into your heart to discover wither there are any more secret to be revealed.
On whom you can lean when you heart aches, but who will never take advantage of your learning, who will get down on his knees besides you when you are down, and forget that he did so whom you’re on your feet again. On whose shoulder you can weep when you are sad and with whom you enjoy laughing when you are glad. Who has a tear on his cheek when you suffer and twinkle in his eyes when sunshine on you again.

Who has a pain in the tone when you’ve distress, and melody in his voice when your heart is gay, who admires you for your strong points, but loves you in spite of your weak ones. Who is proud of you when fortune favors you, but not ashamed of you when you fail. Who can extend a helping hand and lighten your load, without expecting any other reward than having had the privilege of so doing. Who say the best of you when everybody else is saying the worst. 1/ oh yes, that 1/ Contributed by Bro. Doming Acquitan.

What Does the Xians Members Need?

Every Xians individual has their own concept. We need for certain care wherein it will lead us to a real human being, since we are aiming to build a good human society. Those unnecessary events or happenings should be avoided so that if someone start doing wrong, it is now our time to advice him / her not to continue that habit

Reminding all Xians members, that asking for things for our good from the organization is a bad practice since we are not form just to take advantages from our co-members but we should develop our sense of understanding, love and perfection, so that generation before us will follow the good work of the former.

The Activities of the Xians Members :

Based on the different ideas / opinion contributed by the Xians members, we can formulate a certain activities wherein it needs for the participation of all members. There are lots of things we can do in order to establish a certain activities which is not contrary to the eyes of the public. Like for example in the participation of the Kilusang Sariling Sikap. We should make use of our vacant time in raising vegetables thru gardening or animal production and in the development of the Agro-forestry to support our immediate needs.

Organizational activities like recruitment of additional members, monthly meeting, recreational activities like party, and the celebration of our foundation day. Through the spirit of Bayanihan system, we can accomplish our activities on time.

The Objectives and Principles of the Sigma Xi Fraternity and Sorority and its Policy:

The objectives and principles of the Sigma Xi Frat. / Sor. , and its policy is discussed briefly in the Constitution and By – Laws of the organization for better understanding of the Xians Members.

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Social Network Research   Leave a comment

Social network analysis has been used in epidemiology to help understand how patterns of human contact aid or inhibit the spread of diseases such as HIV in a population. The evolution of social networks can sometimes be modeled by the use of agent based models, providing insight into the interplay between communication rules, rumor spreading and social structure.

SNA may also be an effective tool for mass surveillance – for example the Total Information Awareness program was doing in-depth research on strategies to analyze social networks to determine whether or not U.S. citizens were political threats.

Diffusion of innovations theory explores social networks and their role in influencing the spread of new ideas and practices. Change agents and opinion leaders often play major roles in spurring the adoption of innovations, although factors inherent to the innovations also play a role.

Robin Dunbar has suggested that the typical size of an egocentric network is constrained to about 150 members due to possible limits in the capacity of the human communication channel. The rule arises from cross-cultural studies in sociology and especially anthropology of the maximum size of a village (in modern parlance most reasonably understood as an ecovillage). It is theorized in evolutionary psychology that the number may be some kind of limit of average human ability to recognize members and track emotional facts about all members of a group. However, it may be due to economics and the need to track “free riders“, as it may be easier in larger groups to take advantage of the benefits of living in a community without contributing to those benefits.

Mark Granovetter found in one study that more numerous weak ties can be important in seeking information and innovation. Cliques have a tendency to have more homogeneous opinions as well as share many common traits. This homophilic tendency was the reason for the members of the cliques to be attracted together in the first place. However, being similar, each member of the clique would also know more or less what the other members knew. To find new information or insights, members of the clique will have to look beyond the clique to its other friends and acquaintances. This is what Granovetter called “the strength of weak ties”.

Guanxi (关系)is a central concept in Chinese society (and other East Asian cultures) that can be summarized as the use of personal influence. The word is usually translated as “relation,” “connection” or “tie” and is used in as broad a variety of contexts as are its English counterparts. However, in the context of interpersonal relations, Guanxi (关系)is loosely analogous to “clout” or “pull” in the West. Guanxi can be studied from a social network approach.[13]

The small world phenomenon is the hypothesis that the chain of social acquaintances required to connect one arbitrary person to another arbitrary person anywhere in the world is generally short. The concept gave rise to the famous phrase six degrees of separation after a 1967 small world experiment by psychologist Stanley Milgram. In Milgram’s experiment, a sample of US individuals were asked to reach a particular target person by passing a message along a chain of acquaintances. The average length of successful chains turned out to be about five intermediaries or six separation steps (the majority of chains in that study actually failed to complete). The methods (and ethics as well) of Milgram’s experiment were later questioned by an American scholar, and some further research to replicate Milgram’s findings found that the degrees of connection needed could be higher.[14] Academic researchers continue to explore this phenomenon as Internet-based communication technology has supplemented the phone and postal systems available during the times of Milgram. A recent electronic small world experiment at Columbia University found that about five to seven degrees of separation are sufficient for connecting any two people through e-mail.[15]

Collaboration graphs can be used to illustrate good and bad relationships between humans. A positive edge between two nodes denotes a positive relationship (friendship, alliance, dating) and a negative edge between two nodes denotes a negative relationship (hatred, anger). Signed social network graphs can be used to predict the future evolution of the graph. In signed social networks, there is the concept of “balanced” and “unbalanced” cycles. A balanced cycle is defined as a cycle where the product of all the signs are positive. Balanced graphs represent a group of people who are unlikely to change their opinions of the other people in the group. Unbalanced graphs represent a group of people who are very likely to change their opinions of the people in their group. For example, a group of 3 people (A, B, and C) where A and B have a positive relationship, B and C have a positive relationship, but C and A have a negative relationship is an unbalanced cycle. This group is very likely to morph into a balanced cycle, such as one where B only has a good relationship with A, and both A and B have a negative relationship with C. By using the concept of balances and unbalanced cycles, the evolution of signed social network graphs can be predicted.

One study has found that happiness tends to be correlated in social networks. When a person is happy, nearby friends have a 25 percent higher chance of being happy themselves. Furthermore, people at the center of a social network tend to become happier in the future than those at the periphery. Clusters of happy and unhappy people were discerned within the studied networks, with a reach of three degrees of separation: a person’s happiness was associated with the level of happiness of their friends’ friends’ friends.[16] (See also Emotional contagion.)

Some researchers have suggested that human social networks may have a genetic basis.[17] Using a sample of twins from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health, they found that in-degree (the number of times a person is named as a friend), transitivity (the probability that two friends are friends with one another), and betweenness centrality (the number of paths in the network that pass through a given person) are all significantly heritable. Existing models of network formation cannot account for this intrinsic node variation, so the researchers propose an alternative “Attract and Introduce” model that can explain heritability and many other features of human social networks.[18]

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