Greek Life



Greek Council

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About Greek Life

Welcome to Greek Life at Belmont Abbey College! We have an active Greek system with three sororities (Tau Kappa Delta, Alpha Sigma Pi, and Epsilon Sigma Alpha) and one fraternity (Kappa Sigma). Greek organizations at the Abbey offer students the opportunity to enhance their college experience in a unique environment. Our Greek organizations plan a number of activities throughout the year, such as the annual Halloween Carnival and Christmas at the Abbey, two events which reach out to local children. Greek Life also hosts the Winter Formal, which is open to all students. Most importantly, each organization supports a philanthropy through fundraising, community service, and awareness events. Formal recruitment for the sororities fraternities are held in both the fall and spring semester.

For more information, contact The Office of Student Life 704-461-6724.

Thinking about Greek life?

Potentials must register with the Office of Greek Life to be eligible for a bid.

Recruitment Requirements: Must have a 2.2 cumulative Belmont Abbey GPA.

Joining a fraternity or sorority is a large time commitment. You should be sure that you are able to commit to each aspect of the organization, including education, philanthropy, chapter events, and social events. Fraternities and sororities aren’t like clubs, in that you can’t quit because you want to. You should read everything carefully that you are asked to sign!

Kappa Sigma

Aaron White

Aaron White


Kappa Sigma

Kappa Sigma Fraternity’s mission is to always follow these four pillars: Scholarship, Fellowship, Leadership, and Service. Through Scholarship, each Kappa Sigma is committed to promoting academic achievement and assist each member in achieving their academic potential. Through Fellowship, the creation of lifelong friendships is a primary benefit of Fraternity membership. As Brothers, our members have an obligation to have a caring concern for the welfare of our members. Through Leadership, We teach men social skills that will benefit them throughout their lifetime. The multitude of leadership opportunities available through the Fraternity prepares members for success in their chosen careers. Kappa Sigma Fraternity should instill a sense of responsibility and integrity. The dignity of all persons shall always be respected. Through Service, Members, individually and collectively, should work toward the betterment of their campus and community and in so doing contribute to the betterment of themselves. Every Kappa Sigma Fraternity embodies these traits.

President, Aaron White:

Sigma Alpha

Aspen, President of Sigma Alpha

Aspen Dillard


Sigma Alpha

Sigma Alpha Fraternity was founded on August 26, 1995 after branching off of Pi Kappa Phi who was founded on Belmont Abbey campus on April 26, 1969.

Mission Statement: A diverse group of individuals coming together to create a virtuous and humble community.

Our foundation is based on brotherhood, chivalry, and instilling a better sense of community involvement. Along with creating a more diverse and inclusive group of individuals, we strive to equip our brothers with the skills necessary to become contributing members in society by offering them opportunities to grow through leadership positions, mentorship from older, more experienced brothers, and campus and community involvement that can’t be offered through non-greek organizations. Our organization contributes to two different philanthropic organizations over the course of a school year. We raise funds for Habitat for Humanity and the Lymphoma Society in the Fall and Spring respectively. Our organization offers the opportunity to branch out and expand social networks through the use of our expansive alumni network in the Charlotte N.C. area and across the nation.

President, Aspen Dillard:

Tau Kappa Delta

Brette Linkenhoker


The purpose of Tau Kappa Delta Sorority is to promote the ethical, cultural and social development of its members. Its purpose shall also be to grow not only socially, but also in friendship as well as sisterhood. President ( Brette Linkenhoker ) :

Epsilon Sigma Alpha

Formerly known as Delta Chi Zeta, the newly national Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority has brought leadership and service to Belmont Abbey Greek Life. ESA is good friends, good works, and good times. Members create activities and support causes that allow them to surround themselves with welcoming, positive people who enjoy making a difference and having fun together. ESA offers members the assistance and support to succeed confidently and impact the world in a positive way. Its main purpose is to inspire leadership and service by bringing people together. The chapter is dedicated to academic excellence as well as uniting women in bonds of friendship and sisterhood. Through service work and fundraisers for St. Jude Children’s Hospital and various local charities, ESA members work together to better the community as well as themselves. President (Claudia Baeza) :

Alpha Sigma Phi

Hayley Russell


Alpha Sigma Pi Sorority “The Alpha Sigma Pi sorority was founded at Belmont Abbey College in the spring of 1988. We are a social and service sorority that is also involved in various campus wide events. The sisters are involved in the philanthropic community and are a close partner with Holy Angels. Pie a Pi is one event Alpha Sigma Pi holds in the spring where all the money raised goes to the Holy Angels. The sisters of Alpha Sigma Pi maintain a close relationship with their brothers of the Sigma Alpha fraternity. Above all else, Alpha Sigma Pi cherishes a strong tradition and an even stronger sisterhood that has contributed to keeping them active at Belmont Abbey for over two decades. We are always eager to find strong, young women to share in the memories, service and sisterhood that Alpha Sigma Pi has to offer.” President (Hayley Russell) :

Greek Council

Members of the BAC Greek Council have established a Constitution as the governing document for all Greek Organizations. In the Summer of 2010, a complete overhaul of Greek Life was made to help guide it back to the college’s root in Benedictine ideals.

Greek Council Contact, President Jillian Culbertson :

BAC Greek Council Constitution

Jillian Culbertson,

Jillian Culbertson
Greek Council President