Fraternity Symbols

Related Categories: Sorority Symbols   

Alpha Phi Omega: National Service Fraternity
In the early days of our Fraternity our Founders chose recognizable objects that would be representative symbols of the spirit of our guiding principles of Leadership, Friendship and Service. They selected items of historical and traditional value and notability.

Delta Sigma Phi
The piece of jewelry that most people refer to as the "fraternity pin," is actually the badge of Delta Sigma Phi. The first Fraternity badge was depicted in an engraving in the 1905 Penn State Yearbook. The badge was diamond-shaped and featured the name of the Fraternity vertically written in Greek letters.

Fraternities and sororities -
Fraternities and sororities (from the Latin words frater and soror, meaning "brother" and "sister" respectively) are fraternal social organizations for undergraduate students. In Latin, the term refers mainly to such organizations at colleges and universities in the United States, although it is also applied to analogous European groups also known as corporations.
List of social fraternities and sororities   

Emblems of the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity
The emblems and insignia of Lambda Chi Alpha serve not only as symbols of our fraternal identity, but as a sort of Ritual incarnate, everyday reminders of our ideals.

Kappa Kappa Psi
National honorary band fraternity.