Sororities


Kappa Beta Gamma

Kappa Beta Gamma is an international sorority based on sisterhood, charity, scholarship and loyalty. Kappa Beta Gamma wants to build up our sisters and to be strong women and leaders and form friendships that will last a lifetime. Being an international sorority, we have the ability to meet women from all over the United States, creating a friendship without borders. We strive to do all of these things while also helping our community and our campus through community service work. Have questions about Kappa Beta Gamma? Email President Allyssa Rueth or Advisor Lynn Niemi and follow Kappa Beta Gamma on Instagram.

Chapter Snapshot
  • Colors: Blue & Gold
  • By the Numbers: 40 members
  • Crest/Symbol: 5 pointed star and Jermain the Lion
  • Requirements: 2.0 GPA or above, community service hours and required study hours
  • Philanthropic Organization: Special Olympics (national) Big Brothers Big Sisters (local)​


 

Pi Beta Phi

Pi Beta Phi has worked to support and empower our sisters since 1867. In the century and a half since, more than 300,000 women have proudly worn our golden arrow. Through a lifelong membership experience rooted in timeless values, we promote friendship, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service — ensuring each member has the support of sincere friends and the inspiration to achieve her goals. Our legacy of philanthropic service, innovative member programming, premier events and leadership development programs help our sisters become Friends and Leaders for Life. Email the Pi Beta Phi Wisconsin Epsilon Chapter for more information, or follow them on Instagram and Facebook.

Chapter Snapshot
  • Founded: 2021
  • Colors: Wine & Silvery Blue
  • By the Numbers: 28 sisters
  • Crest/Symbol: Golden Arrow & Carnation
  • Philanthropic Organization: Read > Lead > Achieve


 

Psi Theta Nu

Psi Theta Nu is the first gender-inclusive and multicultural sorority at UW-Green Bay. We are dedicated to getting involved in our community through service and education programs that tackle social justice issues. Our mission is to provide our sorors with the tools and knowledge to support empowerment of multicultural women, creating lifelong leaders who strive to create social just and cultural competence. Questions about Psi Theta Nu? Contact President Faith Klein or Advisor Megan DuFrane-Groose for more information or follow Psi Theta Nu on Instagram and Facebook.

Chapter Snapshot
  • Founded: 2017
  • Colors: Black & Burgundy
  • By the Numbers: 18 sorors
  • Crest/Symbol: Black Panther & Red Rose
  • Requirements: 20 hours of volunteer work per academic year, maintain a 2.5 GPA or above, and follow and uphold member bylaws
  • Philanthropic Organization: YWCA​


Theta Eta Alpha

We are a new sorority that was established in 2018. We are a service-based sorority who strives to get over 40 hours of community service per member each semester. Our members strive for academic excellence as well as our minimum GPA is 2.5. Theta Eta Alpha members are passionate about wanting to change the community and making UWGB a better place. Have a question about Theta Eta Alpha? Contact President Destiny Kudelko or Advisor Lindsey Lecus, follow Theta Eta Alpha on Instagram, or email Theta Eta Alpha.

Chapter Snapshot
  • Founded: 2018
  • Colors: Pink and Green
  • By the Numbers: 22 members
  • Requirements: 40 hours of volunteer work during the academic year, follow and uphold Theta Eta Alpha's constitution with dignity, and maintain 2.5 GPA or above.
  • Philanthropic Organization: Golden House Domestic Abuse Program and Shelter

 

Zeta Omega Tau

Zeta Omega Tau was the first successful sorority on the UWGB campus and was founded in 1988. We are a local, community service based sorority that wants our members to be dedicated to serving our campus and community. We want our members to reach their personal, educational, and career goals and we believe that no goal is out of reach. Friendships and bonds formed in our sisterhood are cherished for life. Questions about Zeta Omega Tau? Contact President Kirstynne Hock or Advisor Nicole Kurth for more information, or follow Zeta Omega Tau on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok.

Chapter Snapshot
  • Founded: 1988
  • Colors: Navy Blue and Silver
  • By the Numbers: 54 members
  • Crest/Symbol: Bonded by Friendship
  • Requirements: 20 hours community service per semester, attend Zeta Omega Tau social/fundraising/PR and wellness events, maintain 2.0 GPA or above.
  • Philanthropic Organization: House of Hope​