African-American Fraternal & Sororal Association (AAFSA)

The African-American Fraternal & Sororal Association (AAFSA) is the governing body of the historically Black Greek Letter Organizations at Stanford. It is an opportunity for the various members to come together to create a yearly program schedule while serving as an open forum for collaboration.

William Wagstaff, Co-President
Taryn Sanks, Co-President

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Xi Beta Chapter

In 1908, at Howard University in Washington D. C., Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority became the first organization of its kind established by and for Black women, providing emotional, intellectual, and social support for college women. One Hundred years later, the tradition continues and has expanded.

Anna-Alycia Tucker, President

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Nu Sigma Chapter

On the Stanford campus the Nu Sigma chapter was founded in 1978. It continues the national tradition of tight fraternal bonds, ground-breaking innovation, and service to the African-American community and humankind as a whole. The chapter brothers can frequently be seen together throughout campus - at cultural events, parties and community service events.

Olutosin Sonuyi, President,

Wade Morgan, Vice President,

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Omicron Chi Chapter

The Omicron Chi Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was chartered in 1983. It is a city-wide chapter encompassing women from Stanford University, Santa Clara University, and the College of Notre Dame. Since Omicron Chi's inception, the women of the chapter have involved themselves in projects that help empower and uplift the African American community.

Kadesia Woods, President,

Quadeera Jackson, Vice President,

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc., Lambda Nu Chapter

The Lambda Nu chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, In. was chartered in 1983 on Stanford and Santa Clara campuses to uphold the Fraternity's fundamental purpose of Achievement. We focus our pursuits on advancing a strong tradition of Excellence, Service, and Brotherhood, as we sculpt the leaders of the next generation and uplift our fellow man. Through our various local and national programs, we create an environment that not only strengthens the bonds within the African American community but provides a foundation for progress. 

Christian Beauvoir,

Jerome Sanders, Vice President

Omega Psi Phi Inc., Alpha Mu Chapter

It is the mission of the Alpha Mu Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. to provide a brotherhood for which men of similar ideas and backgrounds can grow and serve the local community and enrich society as a whole by implementing and supporting Omega's mandated programs and upholding the cardinal principals. 

D'Shai Hendricks, President,

Lawrence Melton, Vice President,


Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., Beta Tau Chapter

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. was founded on January 9, 1914 on the campus of Howard University by 3 young enterprising African American college men. The Beta Tau chapter was originally a Bay Area wide chapter. The chapter was rechartered in October 2004. The Beta Tau chapter of Phi Beta Sigma continues to faithfully perpetuate composite growth and progress as a True Brotherhood, dedicated to Culture for Service and Service for Humanity.

Michael Thomas,President

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., Xi Delta Chapter

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. was founded on November 12, 1922 in Indianapolis, Indiana by seven educators. The Xi Delta Chapter was founded on the Stanford Campus in March 2009. Through scholarship, sisterhood, and service we strive to better serve our community.

Sydney Tomlin, President