We've heard of some pretty strange fraternity/sorority names around here. Usually their name is an acronym for something, or spells something out when you read the names of the Greek letters. Some of them exist only on gag fliers, others are active social groups. Who knows, in 20 years, they might be spread throughout campuses across the world. Or wind up being recycled.

  • I Eta Pi, created by Rachel Zissel and friends there was a flyer in the Aggie dispenser outside of 1100 Social Science for the longest time. - Actually this sorority, though tongue-in-cheek, does have active members and events, and even regular exchanges with "real" fraternities. For instance, on 2007-01-20, they officially hosted an 80s party.
  • Rho Omicron Omicron Rho - POOP
  • Iota Delta Beta
  • Beta Epsilon Sigma Tau
  • Phelta Thi, (although its letters aren't strictly greek) sighted in Tercero K Building 2001-2002
  • Thelta Omegacron Pfi (whose rush flyer advertised "Free Beer!").
  • Kappa Epsilon Gamma (K.E.G.)
  • Kappa Kappa Kappa Tri-Kappa the South has!
  • Beta Sigma Sigma Gamma (BEER)
  • Chi Chi Chi go tri-chis! naughtiest sorority of them all
  • Omega Omega Omega, a milennialist fraternity. Very little is known about them, apart from their motto: "Because Doomsday Happens."
  • Sigma Tau Alpha Beta- Stab. Originally believed to have been founded by disgruntled freshmen who were at a frat party as an excuse to steal beer.
  • Beta Tau Upsilon - Better Than U (Upsilon is a little pushing it though)
  • Omega Beta Theta Sigma (O.B.T.S)
  • Nec Rho Omicron - Fictional Fraternity in the Aggie comic of the same name.
  • Delta Alpha Kappa - pronounced "DAC," An ongoing (though often maligned) joke from Davis Anime Club.