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Please only submit sites pertaining to Acacia International Fraternity and its members.
Acacia is an international men's fraternity that was founded on May 12, 1904 at the University of Michigan as a fraternity for Masons. Although its membership is now open to anyone, each chapter still maintains strong ties with the local Mason chapter. Acacia is unique as it is the only international greek fraternity that has chosen a greek word for its name rather than a combination of greek letters. Acacia is from the greek word "akakia," meaning "everlasting."
Please submit only sites pertaining to Alpha Chi Omega or its members to this category.

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Alpha Chi Omega is a national women's organization founded at DePauw University in 1885. The women's organization has over 170,000 members located throughout the world. There are 132 collegiate chapters on college and university campuses throughout the United States and near by, 200 alumnae chapters.

Individual chapter listings should include the fraternity/sorority name, the school, and the chapter name. The location (city and state) should be at the beginning of the description, followed by the site description. For example:

Title: Alpha Delta Phi - College or University - Chapter Name

Description: This describes the website and should note distinguishing features found on the site without the use of hype, personal pronouns, or repetitive terms.

For example:
Title: Alpha Beta Gamma - Union College - Delta Chapter
Description: In Schenectedy, NY. Chapter history, news, calendar of events, and a virtual tour of the chapter house.

The Alpha Delta Phi fraternity was founded in January of 1832 at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York.

This category offers links to sites for and about the fraternity and its chapters.

Part of the Alpha Delta Phi International, Inc., sharing the heritage, traditions, and history of the Alpha Delta Phi which dates back to 1832. In 1992 the Alpha Delta Phi divided into two separate and self-governing organizations: the Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity with twenty-eight chapters and the Alpha Delta Phi Society with six chapters. The basic difference between the two organizations is that the Society has a "home rule" membership policy that welcomes co-educational chapters, while the Fraternity's constitution limits membership to males.

Alpha Delta Pi is the first secret society for women, founded in 1851.
Sites with content related to Alpha Gamma Delta collegiate chapters, Junior Circles, and Alumnae Chapters or Clubs will be accepted for this category.
Alpha Gamma Delta is an International Women's Fraternity (more commonly referred to as a sorority) founded in 1904, dedicated to academic excellence, leadership development, high ideals and sisterhood. Alpha Gamma Delta is a member organization of the National Panhellenic Council, an umbrella organization of 25 other women's fraternities/sororities.
Please submit only links for or related to Alpha Omega Alpha chapters.
Chapters of Alpha Omega Alpha Sorority.
Please submit collegiate and alumnae chapter sites to the appropriate sub category. Submissions should be listed as:

Organization - School - Chapter Designation


Organization - City, State/Province Abbreviation - Chapter Designation (if there is one) for alumnae chapters.

Women's fraternity founded in 1872 at Syracuse University.
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