Greek Life

Since 1863, Pacific University has been home to Greek-letter organizations. Greek Life at Pacific is made up of local sororities, fraternities, and a diaternity all of which are governing by the Greek Senate. The four pillars of Greek Life at Pacific are scholarship, friendship, service, and leadership. It is through these pillars that we work together as community to embrace our members, the university, and extended community.

Pacific University Greek Senate

The Pacific University Greek Senate (PUGS) is an organization formed by representatives of Pacific's sororities, fraternities, and a diaternity at Pacific. You can follow PUGS on Instagram @pugreeksenate.

President | Brady Cassidy,
VP of Recruitment | Sara Muller
VP of Finance | Lillian Mickson
VP of Programming | Charlotte Crow
VP of Communications | Pearl Turner
VP of Inter-Greek Relations | Nilyssa Walker
Advisor | Jason Feiner,

Alpha Kappa Delta

Members of AKD support one another as friends for life and further womanhood, tolerance, and camaraderie among the women of this and other sororities. Members of AKD shall work towards the betterment of the community with the Greek Life pillar of service in mind through the practice of its chosen philanthropy work for the cause of children, including our philanthropy Centro Cultural de Washington County. The members of AKD never stop learning from every experience in life.

President | Selina Haines,
Advisor | Denise Gieserbs,

Delta Chi Delta

The Deltas are service-oriented Greek chapter for LGBTQIA+ folks and allies. The term "diaternity" means transcending boundaries, and as such we welcome people of all gender identities to join us. Our core values are equity, authenticity, loyalty, and service, meaning that we actively support each other and our community, ensure that every member's needs are met, and provide a safe space for member self-expression and identity formation. We also pride ourselves on our good vibes and wholesome memes.

President | Oliver Berglund,
Advisor | Michelle Lawrence,

Phil Lambda Omicron

The Phi Lambda Omicron chapter values siblinghood, respect, open-mindedness, kindness, academic excellence, and loyalty. We create a sense of community on campus, and give a support system to new and returning members. We are loyal, respectful, and kind to our siblings, and are open-minded to one another and our differences. Our legacy of academic excellence ties into our original roots as a literary society, and its memory of our siblings before us.

President | Brady Cassidy,
Advisor | Angela Surratt,

Pi Kappa Rho
Co-Ed Fraternity

Pi Kappa Rho is an all-inclusive co-ed fraternity, campus-oriented group of students and therefore: The Pi Kappa Rho Fraternity seeks to create a community of students focused on strength, positivity, humor, and philanthropy; to support them in finding a sense of belonging, and to facilitate bonds that will last a lifetime through the power of social gathering, play, and camaraderie.

President | Taylor Heinemann,
Advisor | Denise Giesbers,

Theta Nu Alpha

The Theta Nu Alpha Sorority values are empowerment, kindness, personal growth, and respect. Theta Nu Alpha members live by the mottos of being "True to the end" and "Never leave a sister behind." Members of Theta Nu Alpha work for the cause of women empowerment, including our philanthropy.

President | Riley Christmas,
Advisor | Becca Ellenbecker,

The Order of Omega, Rho Omega Chapter
Greek Honor Society

Order of Omega members are selected from the highest achieving members (must be a sophomore, junior, or senior to apply) at each institution where a chapter has been chartered. To date, over 580 chapters have been chartered throughout North America with almost 300,000 members initiated since 1959.

The Order of Omega is the premier leadership honor society of members of Greek-letter organizations. Order of Omega recognizes members who have exemplified high standards in the areas of scholarship, leadership, involvement within their respective organization and within the Greek, campus, and local community. Members share the common goal of recognizing the many outstanding student leaders at their institution.

President | Lexzi Caso,
Advisor | Jason Feiner,


Contact Us

Jason Feiner (he/him) | Assistant Director, Conferences & Events
503-352-1556 |