Fraternity / Sorority

Delta Nu

The Movers and Shakers of Dickinson College since 1971.

Contact: Johanna Fleming

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity

To create better men and to hold ourselves to higher standards when compared to other men on campus.

Contact: William Morisseau

Interfraternity Council

To represent its Member Chapters to the Dickinson College Community To advise it Member Chapters in Fraternity Operations To adjudicate disagreements between its Member Chapters To organize and execute recruitment

Contact: Riley Dickson

Kappa Alpha Psi

Achievement in every field of human endeavor.

Contact: Aaron Pannell

Kappa Alpha Theta

Yesterday, today, and tomorrow Kappa Alpha Theta exists to nurture each member throughout her college and alumnae experience to offer a lifelong opportunity for social, intellectual, and more growth as she meets the higher and broader demands of mature life.

Contact: Larissa Albright

Kappa Kappa Gamma

Kappa Kappa Gamma is an organization of women, which seeks for every member throughout her life bonds of friendship, mutual support, opportunities for self-growth, respect for intellectual development, and an understanding of an allegiance to positive ethical principles.

Contact: Elizabeth DeTour

Kappa Sigma Fraternity Beta-Pi Chapter

From the Kappa Sigma Fraternity National Website ( Mission The Fraternity should complement and enhance the educational mission of the host institution. The Fraternity is committed to fostering a close cooperative partnership with all colleges and universities where its chapters exist. The Fraternity should promote academic achievement and assist each member to achieve his academic potential. By helping members adjust to the college environment, we can help them pursue their degree goals. Co-curricular activities can be as valuable as the classroom experience; hence, the Fraternity should promote involvement in all aspects of campus life. The Fraternity should promote the ideal of Brotherhood. The creation of lifelong friendships is a primary benefit of Fraternity membership. The Fraternity fulfills the need of students to belong to an extended family and frequently provides the opportunity to enhance those personal relationships through group living situations. As Brothers, our members have an obligation to have a caring concern for the welfare of our members. Brotherhood is a lifetime commitment; therefore, we should encourage strong alumni-undergraduate relationships for the mutual benefit of the students and the alumni. The Fraternity should actively contribute to the personal growth and development of its members. We teach young men social skills that will benefit them throughout their lifetime. The multitude of leadership opportunities available through the Fraternity prepares members for success in their chosen careers. Chapters should organize well-rounded programs and strive for excellence and quality in all undertakings. The Fraternity should promote ethical behavior and decision-making. The lessons taught from Fraternity ritual should be incorporated into the daily lives of the members. Kappa Sigmas are expected to act as gentlemen at all times, and the Fraternity must demand the highest standards of personal conduct. The Fraternity should instill a sense of responsibility and integrity. The dignity of all persons shall always be respected The Fraternity should encourage service to others. Members, individually and collectively, should work toward the betterment of their campus and community… and in so doing contribute to the betterment of themselves.

Contact: Nathan Detwiler

Panhellenic Council

The purpose of the Panhellenic Council is to assist collegiate and alumnae chapters of the member groups, to cooperate with colleges and to foster interfraternal relationships. Its mission is to support its womens' fraternities by promoting values, education, leadership, friendship, cooperation, and citizenship.

Contact: Georgia Streitman

Phi Delta Theta

Phi Delta Theta was organized with the cardinal principles in mind: The cultivation of friendship amongst its members, the acquisition of a high degree of mental culture on an individual level, and the personal attainment of a high standard of morality. This organization continues to operate under these principles and seeks to spread friendship, sound learning and moral rectitude across the campus of Dickinson College.

Contact: Joshua Singer

Pi Beta Phi

The mission of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women is to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service.

Contact: Kaitlin Soriano
Contact: Kaitlin Soriano

Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority Inc.

The purpose of Sigma Lambda Gamma is primarily one of promoting standards of excellence in morality, ethics, and education. The Sorority shall serve to better serve the needs and wants of all people by disseminating information about the diverse culture, which we all share. Finally the Sorority shall maintain respect for the views of others through this valuing, thereby enhancing our understanding of one another, and thus bettering our community, our country, and the world.

Contact: Jessica Ceballos

Language Interest

American Sign Language Club

To provide a space to learn and practice American sign language and to increase awareness about deaf culture.

Contact: Jarrett Bordner

French Club

To encourage students to explore the Francophone cultures

Contact: Caitlin DeFazio

German Club

The main purpose of this organization shall be to increase the awareness of and appreciation for German culture on the Dickinson College campus, as well as providing a forum for the discussion of things such as German politics and way of life. It will therefore function as unique among the College’s many clubs, as no other organization has taken the many aspects of German culture and society as its main focus. It will prove to be a valuable asset to the Dickinson community, in not only making the spectrum of clubs more diverse, but also coalescing with Dickinson College’s mission to think globally and engage the world.

Contact: Peter Hechler

Il Circolo Italiano

Organize events and activities to promote the usage and awareness of the Italian language and culture.

Contact: Ashton Fiucci

Russian Club

We aim to promote learning of Russian history, language, and culture on Dickinson's campus through interactive activities aimed at Russian learners and non-Russian students alike.

Contact: Anh Nguyen

Media Group

Dickinson Science Magazine

To inform, educate and inspire students with campus-wide and global science news, research, and opinions. To provide a process for students to publish peer-reviewed research and participate in editing processes.

Contact: Gloria Hwang


Record Dickinson's yearly history through the students eyes by designing and assembling the Dickinson yearbook and making it available to students, parents, administration and alumni for purchase.

Contact: Imani Beard
Contact: Tyler Richey-Yowell
Contact: Eileen Shen

Red Devils Television (RDTV)

Red Devils Television Network is a student run broadcast organization. Formed in November 2011, the professionally managed, student network functions to provide a new outlet for entertainment for the Dickinson community. RDTV will strive to capture the eye of Dickinsonians and change the way students view media on campus. We hope to provide a new and exciting experience for both students and faculty. With the help and collaboration of organizations all over campus it is sure to be a success. Be sure to tune in and watch!

Contact: Sarah Archer-Days


To promote underrepresented music, public affairs, the Carlisle community, and to be the Voice of Dickinson College.

Contact: Mollie Kramer
Contact: Nancy Rouse
Contact: Aditya Royyuru

the square

the square strives to provide an alternative news outlet for a number of student interests; such as the arts, literature, and social justice issues.

Contact: Danielle Collette