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Fraternities & Sororities: Long Island

Fraternity and Sorority Life

Fraternity and Sorority Life at our Long Island campus works with students, alumni, faculty, staff, parents, and other invested constituents to enhance the development of students through Greek membership. Our staff works with fraternity and sorority members to provide support alongside educational, cultural, and leadership development programs that meet their needs beyond the classroom.


Paul Ferrante
Assistant Director
Student Engagement

Inter-Fraternity Sorority Council (IFSC)

The Inter-Fraternity Sorority Council (IFSC) is the self-governing body of social fraternities and sororities at the Long Island campus. The council was established as the Greek Letter Council (GLC) in 2005 and was restructured in 2015 as IFSC. Its purpose is to serve as the primary representation of its member organizations to the New York Tech administration and community, promoting higher learning and academic growth, and to assist organizations in upholding their fundamental purpose and ideals. Email:

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Alpha Chi Rho

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Alpha Chi Rho is a national men's collegiate fraternity, whose purpose is to enhance the lifelong intellectual, moral and social development of our members through the guidance of their landmarks.


Delta Epsilon Psi

Delta Epsilon Psi brothers and logo

Delta Epsilon Psi is a national South Asian interest social and service fraternity, built upon the pillars of brotherhood, discipline, and commitment. The Revered Brothers of Delta Epsilon Psi also pride themselves on philanthropic efforts, especially through large events for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.


Iota Nu Delta

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Iota Nu Delta’s goal is to bridge the gaps in society— all while promoting South Asian cultural awareness. The brothers of Iota Nu Delta also strive to cultivate the ideals of Mind, Body, and Soul in their everyday lives.


Tau Kappa Epsilon

Tau Kappa Epsilon brothers and logo

Tau Kappa Epsilon's vision is to create lifelong relationships that enhance all aspects of life. Tau Kappa Epsilon’s purpose is to contribute to the advancement of society by following their cardinal principles of love, charity, and esteem.



Kappa Phi Gamma

Kappa Phi Gamma sisters and logo

Kappa Phi Gamma is a nationwide South Asian interest sorority open to women of all descents. Their sorority is based on eight principles: character, leadership, scholarship, sisterhood, service, womanhood, culture, and self.


Sigma Sigma Rho

Sigma Sigma Rho sisters and logo

Sigma Sigma Rho provides service within the South Asian community on campus, while promoting and enriching the appreciation of the morals and pillars that the sorority is founded on. The Distinguished Sisters of Sigma Sigma Rho strive to embody their pillars of Sisterhood, Society, and Remembrance.