Local & Independent Organizations

 

LOCAL GREEK ORGANIZATIONS

Baylor is also home to several Greek organizations that are unique to Baylor University. At one time, all of Baylor's Greek organizations existed as "local social clubs." Today a number of Greek organizations have chosen to remain local. Baylor's Local Greeks are not members of a governing council. These organizations are unique in their missions - to serve Baylor University. They are similar to other Greek organiztions with their emphasis on scholarship, service to others, leadership and friendship.

How to Join: Engage with our local and independent fraternities and sororities through Connect to discover events and information sessions they hold throughout the year. 

 

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Kappa Chi Alpha (Sorority)
Nickname: KXA
Local Founding: Baylor University, 1990
Colors: Forest Green, Burgundy, Ivory
*Visit Kappa Chi Alpha's Website.

Status: Active

 

KOT Crest

Kappa Omega Tau (Fraternity)
Nickname: KOT
Local Founding: Baylor University, 1960
Colors: Navy Blue and White
*Visit Kappa Omega Tau's Website.

Status: Probation

 

Phi Chi Crest

Phi Kappa Chi (Fraternity)
Nickname: Phi Chi
Local Founding: Baylor University, 1988
Colors: Navy Blue, Green, and White
*Visit Phi Kappa Chi's Website.

Status: Active


 

INDEPENDENT NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

These national organizations do not hold membership in one of the four Baylor Greek councils.While operating separate from a council, these chapters are active members of the Baylor Greek Community.

 

Sigma Phi Lambda, Theta Chapter (Sorority)

Nickname: Phi Lamb
National Founding: University of Texas at Austin, 1988
Colors: Red & White
*Visit Sigma Phi Lambda's national website.

Status: Active