Acacia Fraternity - The Ohio State University

Acacia Fraternity was founded in 1904. It is the only social fraternity that uses a Greek word instead of Greek letters. Our Founding Fathers wanted to distinguish us from the other fraternities and believed that the meanings of the word Acacia accurately represented the ideals of our fraternity.

We highly encourage you to become a member of the Greek community at Ohio State and especially a member of our chapter. We want you to consider joining Acacia, but we also realize that you must also make the right decision for yourself. We are confident that Acacia can be the right fraternity for you.

As men of Acacia we hold ourselves to higher standards both academically and socially. We hold many events throughout the year such as 7 Days of Service and Night on the Nile, as well as participating in many more philanthropic and social events with other members of the Ohio State community.

Address:
166 E. Woodruff Ave.
Columbus, OH 43201

Website:
acacia.org.ohio-state.edu

Email:
acacia.osu@gmail.com

President:
Andrew McGowan
andrew.k.mcgowan@gmail.com
(513) 349-4710

Head of Recruitment:
Terrence Banks
banks.324@osu.edu
(216) 272-0332