Greek Life Partners


The purpose of this partnership is to recognize and cultivate outstanding ethical leadership within Greek organizations serving the campus of Clemson University. Our Greek Partners are campus leaders who exemplify ethical leadership and have an outstanding commitment to service. This partnership aligns with the mission of the Rutland Institute for Ethics which aims to encourage ethical decision-making amongst the Clemson community as the foundation for personal and professional success.

Beta Upsilon Chi, Alpha Eta Chapter

beta-upsilon-chi.logoMission: Beta Upsilon Chi, a National Christian Fraternity, exists for the purpose of establishing brotherhood and unity among college men based on the common bond of Jesus Christ. They are a lifelong brotherhood of committed Christian men seeking the bonds of brotherhood and unity in Christ through the avenue of a social fraternity on a college campus.

The Alpha Eta chapter of Beta Upsilon Chi at Clemson University began in the spring of 2012. A group of men began to hold informational meetings in Martin Hall to find other men with the common goal of establishing BYX at Clemson. Once a solid group began to form, they were in continuous prayer as to whether it was God’s will for BYX to be established at Clemson. On August 19, 2012, the founding fathers of Clemson BYX were initiated, with the purpose of establishing brotherhood and unity based on the common bond of Jesus Christ.

Beta Upsilon Chi hopes to serve and bring awareness to the Rutland Institute for Ethics. They look forward to working with the Rutland institute for Ethics to help Clemson students think more deeply about good decision-making and encourage ethical discussion.

Contact for more information about Beta Upsilon Chi, Brothers Under Christ Fraternity.

 Delta Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.

deltaphilambdalogoMissionDelta Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. advocates for Asian awareness, empowers women leaders through its values-based programs, and forges Everlasting Sisterhood through diverse shared experiences. Their vision is that Delta Phi Lambda will be the Sorority that is recognized by universities and among the greater fraternal community for its progressive initiatives that aim to develop women into strong, independent leaders.

Delta Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. is a 501(c)(7) non-profit organization that advocates Asian awareness and empowers women to lead through values-based programs and Everlasting Sisterhood. Delta Phi Lambda’s national philanthropy is osteoporosis education and prevention, emphasizing the importance of promoting healthy lifestyles and behavior in young women. Founded in 1998, Delta Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. has grown to 25 undergraduate chapters in 11 states spanning the Southeast, Midwest, and the Northeast.

By partnering with the Rutland Institute for Ethics, Delta Phi Lambda hopes to help improve the Clemson community for the better. The sisters of DFL understand that in order to have a positive impact on Clemson University, the entire Greek Community has to work together ethically and morally. Their hope is that their partnership with RIE allows them to reach more people and help improve the Clemson community as a whole.

Contact Delta Phi Lambda and meet their officers here!