“You cannot see brotherhood; neither can you hear it nor taste it. But you can feel it a hundred times a day. It is the pat on the back when things look gloomy. It is the smile of encouragement when the way seems hard. It is the helping hand when the burden becomes unbearable.” - Peter E. Terzick


How do I sign up?
During the beginning of each semester, Rush Week provides potential new members with the opportunity to sign up. Fliers can often be found around campus during this time with Rush Week Schedules and recruitment chair contact info.
Will being in a fraternity affect my schoolwork?
As we are all students we understand this is the #1 reason we are all here. Academic excellence is our priority, so we see to it that our operations are accommodating of our brothers’ academic needs.
What are the benefits of Greek Life?
Greek life provides students with unique leadership opportunities within our non-profit organization. Our alumni support provides networking opportunities for career guidance, and our philanthropy gives us an opportunity to give back to our community and to help those in need.
How long is rush?
Rush week is about a week long during the beginning of each semester.

Why Lambda Chi?

Founded in 1918, the Alpha-Xi Zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha at the University of New Hampshire is the oldest continuously recognized fraternity by the university. Our main philanthropy, Feeding America, raises millions of pounds of food for many people who are food insecure in our state and country. Other local community service efforts include volunteer work at the University's Browne Center, Waysmeet, cleaning of Seabrook Beach each semester, and many other smaller projects throughout the semesters.


When you need someone to talk to, you will always find a brother who genuinely cares about you. Our Chapter is full of brothers that study a variety of majors offered at UNH. It is not uncommon to find upperclassmen who are ready and willing to mentor underclassmen, whether it may pertain to academics, leadership, or career advice. Here at Lambda Chi we strive for academic achievement and personal excellence.


Lambda Chi Alpha was the first fraternity to abolish pledges when associate membership replaced pledging in 1972. Since that time, associate members have had full and equal rights in the chapter, including voting privileges and the ability to hold office, attend all meetings and functions, and wear the letters and regalia of the Fraternity. The Fraternity replaced pledge education with fraternity education, which dictates ongoing education for all members throughout their university years.


In a very real sense, the Fraternity creates a family relationship among its members. It aims to bring together a group of young men who will be congenial, loyal, and helpful to one another during some of the best years of their lives-the college years. Thus Lambda Chi Alpha offers its members the nearest possible equivalent to home that can be found on the college campus, and these close ties often bind men in friendships for life.

Contact us at lambdachialphaaxz@gmail.com for any additional questions.

To view the 2018 Lambda Chi Rush Schedule, click here