Fraternities & Sororities
Forget what you learned from GRΣΣK or Animal House.
The fraternities and sororities at Widener are loaded with campus leaders who do well in school, make the world a better place, and continue to make the university proud.
There are many benefits to going Greek. All of the Widener organizations provide leadership opportunities, a dynamic network through other students and alumni, and a close-knit campus community that exists even after one graduates.
Members of Greek-letter organizations have a strong presence on campus and an even stronger one nationally. Fraternal organizations provide great mentoring opportunities and resources, as well as scholarships and job leads.
- Alpha Tau Omega
- Kappa Sigma
- Phi Delta Theta
- Pi Lambda Phi
- Tau Kappa Epsilon
- Theta Chi
- Alpha Kappa Alpha
- Delta Phi Epsilon
- Phi Sigma Sigma
- Sigma Sigma Sigma
- Zeta Phi Beta
Order of Omega
If you are interested in an organization that is not currently on campus, please email the Office of Student Life at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will answer your questions.
Dean Fred Akl
Professor Fred A. Akl, dean of the School of Engineering, discusses his work with NASA during the STS-63 and STS-71 space shuttle missions.
At the Health Annex
Lynn Freda, a nurse and graduate student in Widener's Family Nurse Practitioner master's program, talks about her experiences working with Dr. Shirlee Drayton-Brooks, associate professor at the School of Nursing.
Dr. Marina Barnett
Dr. Marina Barnett, associate professor in the Center for Social Work Education, talks about the leadership qualities she sees in her students. Also, Dr. Barnett gives an amazing Widener rallying cry. Check it out!
Catherine Rawlings '14
Catherine Rawlings, a junior from West Chester, Pa., talks about why she participates in the AmeriCorps Community Fellows program at Widener.
Dr. Jeannette Wyatt
Assistant Professor Jenny Wyatt discusses the work and impact of the Widener Center for Violence Prevention.
Dr. Nadine McHenry
Associate Professor Nadine McHenry talks about the importance of exposing teacher candidates to schoolchildren from different contexts.
The 1821 Experience
In this pre-orientation program, you will explore how multiculturalism adds to the college experience and connect with other students on campus.
This multi-day backpacking trip, led by members of the Outdoor Adventure Club, offers incoming Widener students a chance to build self-confidence and a social network of like-minded students on campus while having fun in the Appalachian Mountains.
This student life leadership program, Enhancing Leadership Experience Via Activities, Training, and Engagement, aka ELEVATE, allows you to build or hone your leadership skills with learning tracks for emerging student leaders.
The Oskin Leaders program inspires and equips Widener undergraduates to courageously leverage their passion and leadership skills to create significant, positive change.