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List of fraternities and sororities in France

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List of fraternities and sororities in France

This is a list of social France.
Fraternity/Sorority Chapter City University
Sigma Thêta Pi ΣΘΠ Alpha Grenoble Université Joseph Fourier
Sigma Thêta Pi ΣΘΠ Alpha Grenoble Pierre Mendès-France University
Sigma Thêta Pi ΣΘΠ Delta Amiens University of Picardie Jules Verne
Sigma Thêta Pi ΣΘΠ Epsilon Bordeaux University of Bordeaux
Sigma Thêta Pi ΣΘΠ Eta Dijon University of Dijon
Sigma Thêta Pi ΣΘΠ Gamma Lyon Lumière University Lyon 2
Sigma Thêta Pi ΣΘΠ Gamma Lyon Université Jean Moulin
Sigma Thêta Pi ΣΘΠ Zeta Nancy University of Nancy
Zeta Lambda Zeta ZΛZ Alpha Bordeaux University of Bordeaux
Zeta Lambda Zeta ZΛZ Delta Nantes University of Nantes
Zeta Lambda Zeta ZΛZ Gamma Amiens University of Amiens

See also

External links

  • Sigma Theta Phi International Fraternity
  • Zeta Lambda Zeta International Sorority
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