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LaneSig 03-20-2019 03:39 PM

Congratulations to Alpha Epsilon Pi on being chartered at the University of Tennessee!

Kappa Delta Rho has been closed by the University of Detroit-Mercy. Closure is due to violations of student conduct code.

PKT4LIFE 03-22-2019 09:29 PM

Theta Phi Alpha has closed their Gamma Xi chapter at UV-Wise due to national policy violations.

LaneSig 03-27-2019 11:04 AM

Alpha Chi Omega has announced that they will be recolonizing at the University of Rhode Island in Fall '20.

LaneSig 03-28-2019 03:16 PM

Congratulations to the following groups on receiving their charters:

Phi Delta Theta- Stockton University(NJ)

Theta Chi- California State University-San Marcos

PKT4LIFE 03-30-2019 12:43 PM

Delta Chi at Indiana University has been suspended for hazing.

LaneSig 04-01-2019 04:39 PM

Alpha Sigma Alpha has announced that they will colonize at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College(GA) in Fall '19.

carnation 04-01-2019 04:45 PM

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Originally Posted by LaneSig (Post 2465355)
Alpha Sigma Alpha has announced that they will colonize at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College(GA) in Fall '19.


YAYYY! Go Stallions!!!!

navane 04-03-2019 09:33 PM

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Originally Posted by LaneSig (Post 2465355)
Alpha Sigma Alpha has announced that they will colonize at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College(GA) in Fall '19.

Interesting. It looks like this campus has one Agricultural sorority, Sigma Alpha. ASA will be the first NPC on campus.

Xidelt 04-03-2019 11:15 PM

ABAC is kind of a unique situation. They've been open for NPC groups to come on for a few years. The school transitioned from a 2 year to a 4 year college a few years ago. Most of the students major in something related to agriculture. It's in a small town in rural south Georgia. I wonder if the location of the school and lack of alumnae in the area made groups hesitant to colonize.

navane 04-03-2019 11:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Xidelt (Post 2465396)
ABAC is kind of a unique situation. They've been open for NPC groups to come on for a few years. The school transitioned from a 2 year to a 4 year college a few years ago. Most of the students major in something related to agriculture. It's in a small town in rural south Georgia. I wonder if the location of the school and lack of alumnae in the area made groups hesitant to colonize.


Well, I note that there is a chapter of ASA at Valdosta State University an hour to the south; so, maybe it's do-able. Best wishes to ASA!

carnation 04-04-2019 09:52 AM

I think there might be some odd competition between ASA and Sigma Alpha. Many girls might want to do both.

carnation 04-04-2019 09:58 AM

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Originally Posted by Xidelt (Post 2465396)
ABAC is kind of a unique situation. They've been open for NPC groups to come on for a few years. The school transitioned from a 2 year to a 4 year college a few years ago. Most of the students major in something related to agriculture. It's in a small town in rural south Georgia. I wonder if the location of the school and lack of alumnae in the area made groups hesitant to colonize.

I expect that the recent transition of 2-year (which is still the majority of the programs) to 4-year was a major stumbling block. Plus a lot of the students are nontraditional and might not be interested in Greek life.

Xidelt 04-04-2019 11:40 AM

I didn't know there was an ASA chapter at Valdosta State. That makes it a great choice for ABAC! It will be great to have another chapter close by the colony. Glad to see ABAC growing!

LaneSig 04-05-2019 01:16 PM

Alpha Chi Omega has announced that they will colonize at Augusta University(GA) in Fall '19.

PKT4LIFE 04-05-2019 04:09 PM

Question? Has a NPC extension bulletin been issued in the past months?


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