Alpha Delta Pi, or ADPi, was established at WCSU in 1990. ADPi is an international sorority, with over 159 collegiate chapters across the United States and Canada. Their main philanthropic focus is the Ronald McDonald House Charities. One event that ADPi is known for is their annual “Bingo Night” where 100% of the proceeds are donated.
Delta Gamma Phi, or Dgphi, was established at WCSU on May 7th, 1990. Delta Gamma Phi is a local organization founded at WCSU which means we can only be found here at western! Our motto is “individually unique, together complete”, which is something we all hold close to our hearts. The motto goes to show that we all have different stories and backgrounds but, in the end, we all come together like pieces to puzzle. We are a strong group of women who all hold our sisterly bond close to our hearts and love giving back to the community. Delta Gamma Phi has two philanthropies, Ann’s Place and NORD. Ann’s Place is a nonprofit support center that provides a variety of services to individuals with cancer and their family members.
Kappa Chi Alpha, or KXA, was established on November 28th, 1988 at WCSU. KXA is one of two local sororities at WCSU, meaning it is unique to only our campus. Kappa Chi Alpha’s main philanthropic focus is Dream Come True of Western Connecticut. One of KXA’s main fundraisers is their annual Jail & Bail Fundraiser at Homecoming where students and alumni can donate to “lock up’ others until more money is fundraised for them to leave.
Sigma Delta Tau, or Sig Delt, was established at WCSU on March 25th, 2012. Sig Delt works with many philanthropies including, Prevent Child Abuse America, Jewish Women International, the Sigma Delta Tau Foundation and Women for Women International. They also have an Adopt A Street location in Danbury where they help pick up litter. One event that Sig Delt is known for is their annual “Bid it to Win it” Fall Basket auction for Prevent Child Abuse America.
Sigma Chi was established at WCSU in 1988. Sigma Chi is a national fraternity with organizations across the United States. Their main philanthropic effort is Huntsman Cancer Institute. Every year, they create a week long competition called “Derby Days” where anyone can sign up with a team and compete, with all proceeds being donated to Huntsman Cancer Institute.
Tau Kappa Epsilon, or TKE, was established at WCSU on May 1st, 1993. TKE is a national fraternity with chapters all across the United States. Their main philanthropic efforts are towards Saint Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Every year, TKE hosts their annual “TKE Jump-A-Thon” where brothers jump on trampolines set up on campus night and day to spread awareness and funds.