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List of fraternities and sororities in Puerto Rico

Don Luis A. Ferré member of ΦΣΑ; some of the most prominent people in Puerto Rico belong to fraternities and sororities

This is a list of social Concilio Interfraternitario Puertorriqueño de la Florida, the five fraternities that are members of the CIPFI are also members of the "Concilio Interfraternitario de Puerto Rico"'along with the two oldest Puerto Rican sororities, those five fraternities and two sororities are considered as being the strongest.[1]


The following list is sorted by 'Founding date':
Fraternity Nickname Founding date Type Scope Organization
Phi Eta Mu (ΦHM)* Phi Etas 1923 university international fraternity
Mu Alpha Phi (MAΦ)* Mu 1927 university international sorority
Eta Gamma Delta (HΓΔ)* Etas 1928 university international sorority
Phi Sigma Alpha (ΦΣΑ)* Sigmas 1928 university international fraternity
Mu Iota Alpha (MΙA) 1936 non-collegiate local sorority
Nu Sigma Beta (NΣB)* Nu Sigmas 1937 university international fraternity
ACACIA (FJA) Acacistas 1938 high school and university national fraternity
Alpha Beta Chi (ABX)* Alpha Betas 1941 university international fraternity
Phi Delta Gamma (ΦΔΓ)* Phi Deltas 1942 university international fraternity
Phi Epsilon Chi (ΦEX) Phi Epsilon 1943 university international fraternity
Zeta Mu Gamma (ΖΜΓ) Zetas 1943 high school local fraternity
Joy Seekers Sorority (JSS) Joys 1952 high school local sorority
Phi Delta Sigma (ΦΔΣ) Phi Delta Sigma 1953 university national fraternity
Alpha Omicron Sigma (AOΣ) Omicrones 1957 university national fraternity
Delta Phi Delta (ΔΦΔ) 1957 non-collegiate local fraternity
Rho Omicron Rho(POP) Rhomicrones 1957 university national fraternity
Zeta Phi Beta (ZΦB) Zetas 1957 university national fraternity
Phi Delta Kappa (ΦΔK) Kappas 1958 high school local sorority
Phi Zeta Chi (ΦZX) Phi Zetas 1958 university international fraternity
Phi Eta Sigma (ΦHΣ) 1959 high school local fraternity
Delta Phi Theta (ΔΦΘ) Los Deltas 1961 university national fraternity
Zeta Phi Sigma (ΖΦΣ) Zetas 1965 university national sorority
Eta Phi Zeta (HΦΖ) Las Etas 1969 university national sorority
Rho Omicron Chi (POX) Las Chi 1970 university local sorority
Delta Phi Eta (ΔΦH) Las Deltas 1982 university national sorority
Nu Delta Sigma (NΔΣ) Nu Deltas 1983 university national sorority
Lambda Phi Sigma (ΛΦΣ) 1986 university national fraternity
Rho Omicron Sigma (POΣ) Las Rho 1986 university nacional sorority
Alpha Sigma Upsilon (ΑΣΥ) Upsilones 1990 university national fraternity
Eta Sigma Alpha (HΣA) 1990 university national sorority
Sigma Phi Chi (ΣΦX) 2001 university local fraternity
Sigma Epsilon Chi (ΣEX) Epsilonas 2003 university nacional sorority
Phi Lambda Omega (ΦΛΩ) 2006 university national sorority
Sigma Delta Nu (ΣΔN) 2007 university local sorority
Lambda Nu Mu (ΛΝΜ) Lambdas 1991 High school local fraternity

* - Indicates a member of Concilio Interfraternitario de Puerto Rico (Inter-Fraternity Council of Puerto Rico)

See also


  1. ^ Shokooh Valle, Firuzeh (March 9, 2005). "Cada vez menos los grupos reconocidos".  

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