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    Gamma Zeta Alpha (Gammas)


Nine men who felt a need to provide more options for Latino men to choose from founded the Kappa Chapter of Gamma Zeta Alpha Fraternity, Inc. on June 11, 2000 at UC Santa Barbara. Because there is a need for visibility of the Latino culture and heritage, these men felt that the establishment of this fraternity would serve as an outlet for Latino men to connect with. The Kappa chapter at UCSB recognizes and upholds the original principles that this fraternity was founded upon, which are academic excellence, community service, and the maintenance of the Latino culture.

   Pi alpha phi


Pi Alpha Phi is recognized as the first Asian-American nationwide interest fraternity. Our chapter is build on five pillars: brotherhood, leadership, academic excellence, Asian awareness, and philanthropy. These pillars are the foundation of being a gentleman of Pi Alpha Phi. Our success in athletics, academics and community service provide for a greater college experience. We are recognized as one of the newest cultural fraternities on campus and we invite you to just us and make history.


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As Theta Nu Kappa, we are a group of young men who feel we can improve the standards and norms of the community by embracing diversity and emphasizing academic excellence. As a brotherhood, we strive to promote significant positive changes for all people regardless of race, gender, or economic status within any community we find ourselves in. Our purpose is to be an instrument for the type of change we wish to see. Together, we are confident in our ability to promote the vision we have, as Theta Nu Kappa, in order to transform young men into the leaders of tomorrow.

Zeta Phi Rho


Zeta Phi Rho promotes academics, community service, and a sense of strength and unith within each of the members' brotherhood and respect for each person in the chapter and community.