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Greek Towers 

Greek Towers

Babson College provides the opportunity for recognized fraternities and sororities to apply for special interest housing. These organizations are housed in Keith and Canfield Halls.

Current Communities

Alpha Epsilon Pi

Community Manager: Philip Dunay​

Advisor: Steven Shapiro

Alpha Epsilon Pi, the Global Jewish Fraternity, was founded to provide opportunities for a Jewish man seeking the best possible college and fraternity experience. We have maintained the integrity of our purpose by strengthening our ties to the Jewish community and serving as a link between high school and career. Alpha Epsilon Pi develops leadership for the Global Jewish community at a critical time in a young man’s life.

 

Chi Omega

Community Manager: Katherine Wood

Advisor: Jennifer Ellis

Chi Omega is the largest women’s fraternal organization in the world. With 240,000 initiates and more than 170 collegiate chapters, all ChiOs are united as they stand by six purposes: friendship, high standards of personnel, sincere learning and creditable scholarship, participation in campus activities, career development, and community service.

 

Kappa Kappa Gamma

Community Manager: Nina Velic

Advisor: Laurie Krigman​

One of the oldest national sororities, Kappa’s golden key, fleur-de-lis and coat of arms represent friendship rooted in a tradition of high standards. Kappa promotes, through its standards, a broad college experience including scholarship and intellectual development, cultural growth, leadership, and philanthropy.

 

Sigma Kappa

Community Manager: Kelly McCarthy

Advisor: Cathy Manning

Sigma Kappa is the oldest sorority on campus, and all Sigmas are committed to the principles of Sigma Kappa which is to unite its members in a bond of sincere friendship for the development of character and the promotion of social, literary, and intellectual culture while at the same time striving for high standards of achievement—scholastically, socially, and spiritually.