For the first time since 1994, the Greek Life office and Panhellenic Council
are undergoing the final stages of adding a sorority to SEMO. Three sororities, Delta Zeta, Alpha Omicron Pi and Alpha Phi, will be on campus Tuesday/today through Thursday to present their cases for being the latest addition to Southeast. At 4 p.m. each day, there will be a campus-wide presentation from one of the sororities in Glenn Auditorium. Rising numbers within each Panhellenic chapter on campus are a main reason for the new sorority on campus. The average chapter size for sororities is 106 members, up from an average of 80 two years ago. Director of Greek Life, DeAnte Smith tells KZIM KSIM why students want another sorority.
The new sorority will be announced in May and will play an active role in the fall 2016 formal recruitment.