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National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations

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National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations
NALFO
Facts
Established 1998
Members 16
Continent North America
Country United States
Organization type Trade association

The National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO) is an umbrella council for 16 Latino Greek Letter Organizations established in 1998. The purpose of NALFO is to promote and foster positive interfraternal relations, communication, and development of all Latino fraternal organizations through mutual respect, leadership, honesty, professionalism and education.

History

Established in 1998, the National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations, set out to become the uniting force for Latin-based fraternities and sororities. Latino organizations had developed in different parts of the United States in their early years, and this created difficulties for the organizations to find information on their peer groups in an effort to come together. As a result, two different umbrella organizations evolved, the ConcÌlio Nacional de Hermandades Latinas, which primarily consisted of fraternities and sororities on the east coast, and NALFO which primarily consisted of fraternities and sororities that originated on the midwest/west coast. In the winter of 2001 the two groups merged under the NALFO name and made history in developing one umbrella organization for all Latin-based fraternities and sororities.

Member organizations

Organization Name Greek Letters Type Founding Date University Active Collegiate Groups Initiates Alumni Associations Joined NALFO
Alpha Pi Sigma ΑΠΣ Sorority March 10, 1990 San Diego State University 16 October 2001
Alpha Psi Lambda[1] ΑΨΛ Co-ed Fraternity February 11, 1985 Ohio State University 46 3600+ 1998
Chi Upsilon Sigma ΧΥΣ Sorority April 29, 1980 Rutgers University 73 9 October 2000
Gamma Phi Omega ΓΦΩ Sorority April 17, 1991 Indiana University 22 4 1998
Gamma Zeta Alpha[1] ΓΖΑ Fraternity December 3, 1987 Chico State 22 1998
Kappa Delta Chi ΚΔΧ Sorority April 6, 1987 Texas Tech University 74 4000+ 25 January 2001
Lambda Alpha Upsilon[1] ΛΑΥ Fraternity December 10, 1985 SUNY Buffalo 20 6 1998
Lambda Pi Chi ΛΠΧ Sorority April 16, 1988 Cornell University 29 11 April 2000
Lambda Pi Upsilon ΛΠΥ Sorority November 6, 1992 SUNY Geneseo 19 8 April 2000
Lambda Sigma Upsilon[2] ΛΣΥ Fraternity April 5, 1979 Rutgers University 80 6 October 2003
Lambda Theta Nu[1] ΛΘΝ Sorority March 11, 1986 Chico State 44 1998
Lambda Upsilon Lambda ΛΥΛ Fraternity February 19, 1982 Cornell University 71 14 September 1999
Omega Phi Beta[1] ΩΦΒ Sorority March 15, 1989 SUNY Albany 54 14 1998
Phi Iota Alpha[2] ΦΙΑ Fraternity December 26, 1931 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 82 October 2003
Sigma Iota Alpha ΣΙΑ Sorority September 29, 1990 SUNY Albany, SUNY Stony Brook, SUNY New Paltz, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 44 January 2001
Sigma Lambda Upsilon[1] ΣΛΥ Sorority December 1, 1987 SUNY Binghamton 43 18 1998

Former Member organizations

Some other organizations have at one time been affiliated with NALFO.

Organization Greek Letters Type Membership Start Membership End Reason for Membership End
Alpha Rho Lambda[1] ΑΡΛ Sorority 1998 October 2006 Removed due to non-participation & insurance requirements.[3]
Beta Lambda Delta[4] ΒΛΔ Fraternity September 1999 October 2004 Removed due to defunct status.[3]
Gamma Alpha Omega ΓΑΩ Sorority October 2000 2016 Reasons unknown.
Lambda Theta Alpha ΛΘΑ Sorority January 2001 Winter 2014 Reasons unknown.
Lambda Theta Phi[2] ΛΘΦ Fraternity October 2003 Winter 2014 NALFO's increasing regulatory nature (i.e. Hazing, GPA requirement, and Membership criteria, etc.).
Nu Alpha Kappa[1][2] ΝΑΚ Fraternity 1998 December 2008 None given.[5]
Omega Delta Phi[1][2][6] ΩΔΦ Fraternity 1998, June 2001 June 2000, December 2008 None given.[5]
Sigma Delta Alpha[4] ΣΔΑ Fraternity April 2005 May 2006 Removed due to non-participation & insurance requirement.[3]
Sigma Lambda Alpha ΣΛΑ Sorority December 2011 December 2015 Reasons unknown.
Sigma Lambda Beta[2] ΣΛΒ Fraternity October 2003 March 2010 Left due to NALFO's increasing regulatory nature (i.e. Intake, GPA and Membership criteria, etc.) and SLB's increasing multicultural membership.[7][8]
Sigma Lambda Gamma ΣΛΓ Sorority January 2001 May 2010 Left due to a desire for autonomy and due to SLG's increasing multicultural membership.[9]
Sigma Lambda Sigma ΣΛΣ Sorority September 1999 October 2004 Removed due to defunct status.[3]

See also

  • List of Latino Greek-letter organizations
  • List of social fraternities and sororities
  • Concilio Interfraternitario Puertorriqueño de la Florida
  • National APIDA Panhellenic Association
  • National Multicultural Greek Council
  • National Pan-Hellenic Council
  • National Panhellenic Conference
  • North American Interfraternity Conference
  • Racism in Greek life
  • References

    1. ^ a b c d e f g h i Founding Member of NALFO.
    2. ^ a b c d e f Member of the North American Interfraternity Conference.
    3. ^ a b c d "NALFO National Website – Documents". Archived from the original on 2011-07-27. Retrieved 2011-02-02.
    4. ^ a b Associate member of NALFO.
    5. ^ a b "NALFO membership update" (PDF). Retrieved 2011-02-21.[permanent dead link]
    6. ^ ODPhi withdrew from NALFO in June 2000 in order to join the Latino Fraternal Council. When LFC disappeared on June 2001, ODPhi rejoined NALFO. However, 7 years later, ODPhi decided to once again end its membership.
    7. ^ "SLB's NALFO membership status". Retrieved 2011-02-21.[permanent dead link]
    8. ^ "Sigma Lambda Beta President Sam Centallas explains leaving NALFO". Retrieved 2010-03-06.
    9. ^ "SLG's NALFO membership status". Archived from the original on 2015-09-21. Retrieved 2011-02-21.

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