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Our Chapters

About Our Organization

As well as being an undergraduate society, we are also part of a tight national organization comprising 11 undergraduate chapters, numerous alumni organizations around the world, and a national educational institution (SAEF, the St. Anthony Educational Foundation), among others.

Our undergraduate chapters include the following:
  • Alpha: Columbia University (New York, NY)
  • Delta: University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Epsilon: Trinity College (Hartford, CT)
  • Iota: University of Rochester (Rochester, NY) 
  • Theta: Princeton University (Princeton, NJ)
  • Kappa: Brown University (Providence, RI )
  • Xi: University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill, NC)
  • Phi: University of Mississippi (Oxford, MS)
  • Upsilon: University of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA)
  • Sigma: Yale University (New Haven, CT)
  • Tau: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, MA)

Each chapter of St. Anthony Hall has its own distinct traditions, activities, and general identity - making our active undergraduates a diverse group. As students matriculate, they become a part of our broader alumni network both online and in the real world. No St. Anthony Hall sister or brother is ever too far from other St. As. Alumni organizations exist to ensure that all alumni are kept in touch, and that the undergraduates have a range of alumni to support and counsel them. Other graduate clubs and associations ensure that alumni not near a chapter can still participate in social and networking events.

Once a year we meet to discuss the business of the fraternity; but, more importantly, to let members from all over the country learn from each other for a few days. When not in session, our national officers oversee the national staff in Ithaca, New York, to ensure the smooth functioning of the National and its various components and to attempt to provide such support to local chapters and alumni groups as those autonomous chapters and groups request.