Fraternity & Sorority Life Organizations

Fraternity and Sorority Life Leaders of Social Awareness (FSLSA)

FSLSA is an organization dedicated to constant and continuous education regarding social awareness. FSLSA takes a proactive approach to inform the community about awareness of issues related to alcohol, drugs, mental health, sexual assault prevention, and diversity. The organization serves not only members of the fraternity and sorority life community, but the entire student, faculty, and staff population of the university.

2016-2017 Executive Board

President: Tricia Busch
Vice President of Administration: Hayden Calvin
Director of Diversity Awareness: Sadie Friedrich
Director of Drug and Alcohol Awareness: Ryan Goetter
Director of Sexual Assault Prevention: VACANT
Director of Mental Health Awareness: Madyson Koehn
Director of Marketing: Cameron Schaefer
Advisor: Andrew Whitney
Follow FSLSA on Twitter

 

 

 

 FSLSA

 

Order of Omega

Order of Omega consists of only the top 3% of Fraternity and Sorority members, based on GPA, leadership, inter-fraternal relations, and community service. The organization meets monthly and holds two community service projects a semester. Monthly meetings bring in speakers to talk about preparation for the future and life after college. To learn more, visit Order of Omega.

2017 Executive Board

President: Drew Geer

 

 

Order of Omega

Phi Sigma Upsilon

Phi Sigma Upsilon (formerly Junior Greek Council) is a leadership and training program for new members of Missouri State fraternities and sororities. Many different speakers visit the council to talk about anything from money, to risk management, or even program planning. New members also learn from the various workshops that take place ranging from parliamentary procedure to event planning.

If you are interested in joining Phi Sigma Upsilon, please contact Cassidy Cunningham or Andrew Whitney, Fraternity and Sorority Life Council Specialist.

2016 Phi Sigma Upsilon Executive Board

President: Cassidy Cunningham

Secretary: Sydney Ladendecker

Director of Community Relations: Olivia Henson

Director of Programming: Payton Devine

Treasurer: Austin Schroeder

Director of Recruitment: VACANT

 

 

 Phi Sigma Upsilon

Rho Lambda

The Alpha Omicron chapter of Rho Lambda was established at Missouri State on January 27, 1981. The purpose of the organization is to recognize women who are members of Panhellenic Association sororities, for their contribution to the council itself and to their own sorority as well. The Greek letters RHO LAMBDA stand for PANHELLENIC LEADERSHIP, respectively. Those who are leaders light a torch in the darkness for others to follow, and the flame is the symbol of Rho Lambda. 

 

The purpose of Rho Lambda is to honor those women within Panhellenic who have exhibited the highest qualities of leadership and service to Panhellenic and their sorority. They are women who have furthered the ideals and principles of the Panhellenic system throughout their years of sorority affiliation.

 

The colors of Rho Lambda are crimson and gold. The pin is a broken triangle with a crimson inset bearing the Greek leaders Rho Lambda in gold. Visit the official website of Rho Lambda at www.rholambda.org.

 Rho Lambda