(Zeta Chapter). Fraternity, National.
||Kappa Kappa Kappa.
Changed name to Kappa Chi Kappa in 1992. Changed name back to Kappa
Kappa Kappa in 1995. Fraternity, Local.
||Alpha Delta Phi
(Dartmouth Chapter). Fraternity, National. Formed by members of Gamma
Sigma Society, now defunct. Became Alpha Delta in 1969. Fraternity,
||Delta Kappa Epsilon
(Pi Chapter). Fraternity, National. Became Storrs House in 1970.
||Zeta Psi, (Psi
Chapter). Practically ceased to exist in 1863. Revived in 1871. Discontinued
in 1873. Revived in 1920. Derecognized permanently by the College in May
2001. Fraternity, National.
||Phi Zeta Mu.
Fraternity, Local. Became Eta Eta Chapter of Sigma Chi National
Fraternity in 1893. Became The Tabard House in 1960. Coed House,
||Sigma Delta Pi.
Changed name to Vitruvian in 1871. Became Alpha Omega Chapter of
Theta Pi in 1889. Was local from 1961-62. Fraternity, National. Dissolved
||Theta Delta Chi
Deuteron Chapter). Fraternity, National.
||Phi Delta Theta.
Fraternity, National. Became Phi Delta Alpha in 1960. Fraternity,
Local. Derecognized "indefinitely" by the College in March 2000. (Can apply
for recognition in Fall 2002.)
||Beta Psi. Absorbed
in 1896 by Phi Kappa Psi. Became Phi Sigma Psi in 1967 (Fraternity,
Local). Changed name to The Panarchy in 1990. Changed name to Phi
Psi/Panarchy in 1991. Coed, Local. Became the Panarchy "undergraduate
society" and disaffiliated from the CFS system in 1993.
a local society. Became the Chi Chapter of Chi Phi in 1902. Became
in 1968. Rejoined Chi Phi in 1981. Became Chi Heorot in 1987.
||Delta Tau Delta
(Gamma Gamma Chapter). Became Bones Gate in 1960. Fraternity, Local.
Delta Beta Chapter of Sigma Nu in 1907. Became Sigma Nu Delta
in 1960. Rejoined Sigma Nu in 1985. Fraternity, National.
||Phi Gamma Delta
(Delta Upsilon Chapter). Fraternity, National. Became Phoenix in
1965. Dissolved in 1971.
||Chi Tau Kappa.
Became New Hampshire Alpha Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon in 1908.
||Phi Sigma Kappa
(Tau Chapter). Became Phi Tau in 1956. Coed House, Local.
(Gamma Epsilon Chapter). Formed by a local organization, Beta Gamma,
which was organized for the express purpose of becoming a chapter of Kappa
Sigma. Became Kappa Sigma Gamma in 1981. Litigation by the Kappa
Sigma Fraternity forced them to change to Chi Gamma Epsilon in 1987.
National. Dissolved in 1908.
||Gamma Delta Epsilon.
Local society disbanded in 1912. Revived in 1921. Became Kappa Chapter
of Phi Kappa Sigma in 1928. Merged with Phi Nu Chapter of Alpha
Chi Rho in 1935 to become Gamma Delta Chi. Fraternity, Local.
||Omicron Pi Sigma.
Became New Hampshire Alpha Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon in 1909.
Sigma Theta Epsilon in 1967. Rejoined Sigma Phi Epsilon
in 1981. Fraternity, National.
||Lambda Chi Alpha
(Theta Zeta Chapter). National. Dissolved in 1932.
||Sigma Tau Omega.
Became Delta Sigma Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega in 1924. Dissolved
||Alpha Chi Rho
(Phi Nu Chapter). National. Merged with Phi Kappa Sigma in 1935 to become
Delta Chi, but was reborn in 1956 as Phi Nu Chapter of Alpha Chi
Rho. Became Alpha Chi Alpha in 1963. Fraternity, Local.
||Epsilon Kappa Phi.
Became Dartmouth Chapter of Delta Upsilon in 1926. Became Foley
House in 1966. Dissolved in 1981.
||Theta Chi Fraternity
(Alpha Theta Chapter). Broke with Theta Chi over a racial clause in the
National constitution and became Alpha Theta in 1953. Coed Fraternity,
||Pi Lambda Phi (Pi
Chapter). Fraternity, National. Dissolved in 1972.
Became Alpha Eta Chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi in 1928. Fraternity,
National. Dissolved in 1936.
||Sigma Alpha Mu
(Sigma Upsilon Chapter). Fraternity, National. Dissolved in 1935.
||Tau Epsilon Phi.
Fraternity, National. Became Harold Parmington Foundation in 1969.
Changed name to Delta Psi Delta in 1981. Coed, Local. Dissolved
||Alpha Phi Alpha
(Theta Zeta Chapter). Fraternity, National.
Sorority, National. Became Sigma Delta in 1988. Sorority, Local.
||The faculty of Arts
and Sciences votes 67-16 in favor of a proposal to abolish fraternities
and sororities at the College. (The proposal is tabled by the Board of
||Kappa Kappa Gamma.
||Alpha Chi Omega
(Zeta Mu Chapter). Sorority, National. Became Xi Kappa Chi in 1990.
Sorority, Local. Considered affiliation with Phi Mu National Sorority
in 1993. Dissolved by Dartmouth Panhellenic Council in 1993.
||Kappa Alpha Theta.
Sorority, National. Became Epsilon Kappa Theta in May 1992. Sorority,
||The College announces
that Greek organizations must comply with a set of "minimum standards"
in order to receive the privileges and services associated with College
recognition. Each organization receives annual Minimum Standards reviews
to ensure that they meet or exceed these standards.
||Alpha Kappa Alpha.
group. Became Delta Sigma Theta in 1985. Sorority, National.
||Delta Delta Delta.
||Delta Phi Epsilon.
Sorority, National. Became Pi Sigma Psi and dissolved soon after
Became a chapter of Delta Gamma in 1986. Rescinded national charter
in 1997 and became Zeta Beta Chi. Sorority, Local. Announced plans
to dissolve in December 1998.
||The "Wright Report"
recommends that the influence of fraternities and sororities on campus
social life be reduced. Out of this report comes the decision to delay
Rush from the spring of freshman year to spring of sophomore year (this
would later be adjusted to sophomore winter and then sophomore fall, then
sophomore winter again.)
||Kappa Alpha Psi.
||Kappa Delta Epsilson.
Formed by Dartmouth Panhellenic Council to replace Xi Kappa Chi. Sorority,
||A second "undergraduate
society" named Amarna is granted temporary recognition by the College
in January. In March the society is given permanent recognition and control
of a College owned house. Several of the founders of Amarna are former
members of single-sex fraternities and sororities.
||Delta Pi Omega
granted provisional recognition by Dartmouth. Announced national affiliation
with Alpha Xi Delta in the same year and leased the unoccupied Beta
Theta Pi chapter house. Sorority, National.
Lambda (La Unidad Latina). The College's first historically Latino
fraternity. Fraternity, National.
||President Wright and
the Trustees announce a "Residential and Social Life Initiative" to improve
campus life. Statements made in subsequent interviews suggest that the
College may require all single-sex fraternities and sororities to go coed
but this is later denied. A series of committees are formed to prepare
proposals for the Trustees to consider.