Please join us on March 2nd, 2018 to honor the Texas A&M Greek community at the 2018 Greek Former Student Network Greek Awards Banquet. The Aggie Greek Awards Banquet is a unique way to recognize outstanding members of the Greek Community.
If you are unable to attend the banquet, but would still like to make a donation to the Greek Former Student Network, please visit the link below.
Listed below are the winners in the past years of the Aggie Greek Awards Banquet:
President’s Award for Outstanding Greek Ambassador (Nomination Only)
The President’s Award for Outstanding Greek Ambassador is given to a fraternity or sorority man or woman who not only has maintained high academic achievement but has also served as an outstanding ambassador for the fraternity and sorority community at Texas A&M. The individual who receives this award embodies all Aggie core values and is an excellent example of philanthropy, campus involvement, service, educational achievement and leadership to his or her chapter.
(2012) Matthew Runkel ’12 – Kappa Alpha Order
(2013) Hudson Hoyle ’14 – Pi Kappa Alpha
(2014) Paige Krafka ’15 – Alpha Delta Pi
The Fraternity Man of the Year Award is presented to a man who has made a significant impact on his chapter, the fraternity and sorority community and Texas A&M University. The award honors a current student who is a role model within his fraternity and a respected leader in the community, has a strong academic record, and pledges to live their lives similar to their fraternal values.
(2012) Hudson Hoyle ’14 – Pi Kappa Alpha
(2013) Blake Harris ’13 – Sigma Phi Epsilon
(2014) Ariaan Modder ’15 – Alpha Phi Alpha
The Sorority Woman of the Year is presented to a woman who has made a significant impact on her chapter, the fraternity and sorority community and Texas A&M University. The award honors a current student who is a role model within her sorority and a respected leader in the community, has a strong academic record, and pledges to live their lives similar to their fraternal values.
(2012) Morgan Greco ’14 – Pi Beta Phi
(2013) Sterling Knapp ’14 – Kappa Alpha Theta
(2014) Bethany Nolan ’15 – Zeta Tau Alpha
The Texas A&M Fraternity and Sorority Advisor of the Year Award recognizes two advisors for their extraordinary commitment to mentoring and guiding Greek Life students. This individual carries out the Aggie core value of selfless service so that his or her students can flourish and succeed. The award honors advisors whose dedication goes beyond what is required by the university in order to better serve students. Two recipients for this award will be selected; one fraternity advisor and one sorority advisor.
Sorority Advisor of the Year
(2012) Kara Comte ’00 – Delta Zeta
(2013) Heather Sauber ’99 – Alpha Delta Pi
(2014) Liesl Wesson ’92 – Pi Beta Phi
Fraternity Advisor of the Year
(2012) Mike Belt ’80 – Sigma Chi
(2013) David Homer – Kappa Alpha Psi, Nu Alpha Chapter
(2014) Amy Lloyd – Sigma Phi Epsilon
MGC Chapter of the Year Award
(2013) Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc. Beta Eta Chapter
(2014) Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Beta Epsilon Chapter
NPHC Chapter of the Year Award
(2013) Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Pi Omicron Chapter
(2014) Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity
The Excellence Award is given to those organizations that show outstanding merit—it is presented to one sorority and one fraternity. Winners show a commitment to upholding superior standards by maintaining a high chapter GPR, recruiting outstanding new members, or making a tangible difference in the community. The awarded chapters show that their organization upholds the values of excellence upon which Texas A&M was founded and makes them stand out above the rest.
(2012) Zeta Tau Alpha & Beta Theta Pi
(2013) Chi Omega & Pi Kappa Alpha
(2014) Chi Omega
“An Aggie does not lie, cheat or steal. Nor tolerate those who do.” Any Aggie would recognize this as the Aggie code of honor, to which students strive to live during and after their time at Texas A&M. Any Aggie would also know that such a high moral standing can often be compromised and it is tempting to stray from it in favor of an easier path.
The Integrity Award honors a chapter who did not stray, even if the path they chose instead was more difficult—this group of Aggies could have taken the easy path but instead upheld the Aggie Code of Honor with respect. This chapter is honored as a role model for upholding the high ethical standard which Texas A&M expects of all its students.
(2012) Alana Frailey ’13- Alpha Kappa Alpha
(2013) Kappa Delta
(2014) Chi Omega
The Leadership Award recognizes a chapter whose leadership has impacted, transformed and improved fraternity and sorority life and Texas A&M University. This chapter embodies the Aggie core value of leadership and uses their ability to empower and inspire others. The award honors a chapter that is dedicated to leading the Greek community in a positive and purposeful way.
(2012) Ejikeme “E.J.” Obukwelu ’13 – Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity
(2013) Pi Kappa Alpha
(2014) Kappa Delta
The Loyalty Award is presented to a chapter that demonstrates allegiance to Texas A&M University and the fraternity/sorority community. The chapter bears a moral character that aligns with its fraternal values and empowers its members to be ambassadors of the Aggie Network—true to each other as Aggies can be.
(2012) Rachel E. Thornburg ’12- Alpha Delta Pi
(2013) Delta Gamma
(2014) Kappa Kappa Gamma
The Respect Award is presented to a chapter that demonstrates unwavering regard and support for Texas A&M University, its mission and values. This group has earned respect by their appropriate use of powers and privileges, thereby promoting the merits and accomplishments of the fraternity and sorority community. The organization is highly regarded by other chapters for demonstrating a friendly and caring attitude towards others.
(2012) Mark Lutz ’13- Beta Theta Pi
(2013) Delta Gamma
(2014) Delta Gamma
The Selfless Service Award is presented to a chapter that has demonstrated selfless service above and beyond the expected chapter philanthropies. This group has shown dedication to the betterment of others to have a significant impact on the community. The chapter must have demonstrated exceptional leadership skills in motivating and coordinating groups of volunteers, devoted great time and effort to the advancement of volunteerism, or shown deep commitment of voluntary action to address community needs.
(2012) Lucretia Stanfield ’13, Alpha Kappa Alpha
(2013) Delta Kappa Delta Sorority, Inc.
(2014) Kappa Kappa Gamma
The Outstanding Community Relations Award is presented to a chapter that achieves excellence in the areas of public relations, campus organization involvement, campus leadership, considerable involvement off campus and innovative outreach to former students. This chapter is devoted to building a strong and positive relationship between their organization, their former students, Texas A&M University and the Bryan-College Station community.
(2012) Award not given
(2013) Kappa Kappa Gamma
(2014) Alpha Phi Alpha