A photo of the crowd at the Dec. 2022 Fraternity & Sorority Life ceremony. On Dec. 9, 2022, Lafayette College hosted the first annual Fraternity & Sorority Life award ceremony. This ceremony was created to highlight the work put in by chapters over the 2022 year.

Fraternity and sorority communities still have work to do in order to combat the stigma around themselves and the Lafayette FSL community is taking incredible steps to do just that and positively impact the College and the student experience.

Congratulations to all the winners.

Chapter Awards:
~ Excellence in Recruitment/Intake & Retention Award: Alpha Gamma Delta & Delta Upsilon
~ Excellence in Safety & Wellness Award: Alpha Phi & Chi Phi
~ Excellence in Campus Involvement Award: Alpha Gamma Delta & Delta Tau Delta
~ Excellence in Member Development Award: Delta Gamma and Phi Kappa Psi
~ Excellence in Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Award: Pi Beta Phi & Delta Upsilon
~ Excellence in Community Service & Philanthropy: Pi Beta Phi & Zeta Psi
~ Excellence in Scholarship Award: Kappa Kappa Gamma & Delta Tau Delta

Individual Awards:
~ Program of the Year: Yard Show (Huitaca Chapter of Mu Sigma Upsilon Sorority, Inc.)
~ Chapter Advisor of the Year: Kristin Anderson (Pi Beta Phi) & Jerry Blakeslee – (Chi Phi)
~ Outstanding Scholar Award: Jordan Lam (Pi Beta Phi) & Neloy Kundu (Phi Kappa Psi)
~ Community Builder Award: Emma Chen (Alpha Phi) & Will Garvin (Chi Phi)
~ Emerging Leader Award: Maya Byrne (Delta Gamma) & Noah Katz (Phi Kappa Psi)
~ New Member of the Year: Molly Nylund (Kappa Kappa Gamma) & Zach Freiheiter (Delta Tau Delta)
~ President of the Year: Ry Stratton (Kappa Kappa Gamma) & Nick Tufano (Delta Kappa Epsilon)
~ Chapter of the Year: Kappa Kappa Gamma & Delta Tau Delta

In order to receive these awards, members of the community had to nominate recipients, and their award applications were reviewed by a group of 32 campus staff, headquarters staff, and industry professionals that have contributed positively to the fraternal movement from across the country, and representing the NIC, NPC, NPHC, NALFO, NMGC, and NAPA fraternal organizations.

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