Greek Life

Fraternity/Sorority Accountability

Occasionally, the University is presented with information calling into question a fraternal organization's compliance with University and/or Governing Council policies. Western Illinois University takes any and all alleged violations of Federal, State, and Local Laws as well as University and Governing Council Policy seriously. The Office of Student Activities, Office of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Retention Initiatives, and the Fraternity/Sorority Community have mechanisms in place for such instances.

Reporting an Incident

Recent Accountability History

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Semester/Year Organization
Fall 2017 Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity, Inc.
Spring 2017 Tau Kappa Epsilon
Spring 2016 Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity, Inc.
Spring 2017 Tau Kappa Epsilon
Fall 2015 Pi Kappa Phi
*Recent Accountability History reflects incidents within the last three academic years

Dormant Organizations

Some organizations choose to cease operations for a number of reasons. Some of these may include a sustainable number of active/initiated members, lack of interest on the part of the active/initiated members in maintaining the organization, and/or lack of volunteer support for an undergraduate chapter.

The following list of organizations are considered Dormant Organizations as they ceased operations at Western Illinois University in good standing.

Organization Letters Former Council Dormant Since
Alpha Omicron Pi ΑΟ Π PHC 1986
Alpha Tau Omega ΑΤ Ω IFC Fall 1999
Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. Ι Φ Θ UGC Fall 2012
Lambda Chi Alpha Λ ΧΑ IFC February 1999
Phi Rho Eta Fraternity, Inc. ΦΡ Η UGC June 2013
Sigma Kappa Σ Κ PHC May 2011
Sigma Nu ΣΝ IFC November 2000
Zeta Tau Alpha Ζ ΤΑ PHC 1979

Unrecognized Organizations

Some organizations once recognized fraternities or sororities Western Illinois University may attempt to continue to operate despite having lost recognition from the University and/or their Inter/National Organization. Any operation of these groups is considered underground activity, is against university policy, and is not sanctioned by the Office of Student Activities. These organizations have had their recognition revoked by the institution or their National Organization for various reasons. These organizations have in almost all cases also had their charter suspended or revoked by their inter/national organization because they were not upholding fraternal values and were engaging in risky behaviors that endangered the members and other students.

Individuals attempting to operate under the disbanded organization’s name, will be subject to disciplinary action through the Office of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Retention Initiatives. When an organization loses recognition, official notice is given to active members of the organization and the fraternity and sorority community. The University will maintain a relationship with the Inter/National Organization, and should both parties agree, the organization may be reinstated a a later agreed upon date.

The following is a listing of Unrecognized Fraternity/Sorority Organizations:

Organization Letters Former
Alias(es) Unrecognized
Beta Phi Pi
Fraternity, Inc.
Β Φ Π UGC   December 2014
Delta Chi Δ Χ IFC D-Chi January 2005
Delta Sigma Phi ΔΣΦ IFC Delta Sig 2014**
Delta Sigma Theta
Sorority, Inc.
ΔΣΘ UGC Deltas April 1998
Kappa Alpha Psi
Fraternity, Inc.
ΚΑΨ UGC Kappas December 2015**
Phi Beta Sigma
Fraternity, Inc.
ΦΒ Σ UGC Sigmas November 2012
Phi Kappa Theta ΦΚΘ IFC   May 2006
Phi Sigma Kappa ΦΣΚ IFC   November 2002**
Pi Kappa Alpha ΠΚΑ IFC Pikes 2014
Sigma Tau Gamma ΣΤ Γ IFC S-T-G April 2011
Organizations denoted with a ** are currently under a disciplinary sanction. Contact Fraternity/Sorority Life at for additional details.