Acacia is unique among men's college fraternities. With a Greek word for their name instead of the typical two to three Greek letters found in other organizations, Acacia offers a membership experience that is similarly unique.
Acacia Fraternity begins the re-chartering process of their LSU chapter this Fall with the recruitment of their re-founding Fathers. Since originally chartering at LSU in 1956, over 1,700 members have joined our ranks in pursuit of Virtue, Knowledge and Truth.
Built upon these principles, members serve their communities, pursue academic and professional success, and enjoy lifelong Acacia brotherhood. After being dormant on campus for the past three years, members who join Acacia Fraternity have an opportunity to create a culture and start a new chapter in the story of Acacia Fraternity at LSU.
Acacia is currently in the process of a $2.2 million capital campaign to remodel and refurbish the existing chapter house. Acacia also will be providing scholarships.
Membership in Acacia provides numerous benefits to members, from learning practical skills in leadership and organizational management to making lifelong friends and professional contacts to consideration of the esoteric knowledge sought by the learned men of all ages. Membership is open to all collegiate males not affiliated with another general social college fraternity.
If you are an outstanding young man seeking to better yourself personally, to become a leader on your campus and in the world, to find success in your professional endeavors, to form lifelong friendships with men of high character, and to serve those around you, then Acacia is the fraternity for you.
University of Michigan
LSU Chapter: 1956
Symbols & Colors
Symbols: 3-4-5 Right Triangle of the First Quadrant
Colors: Black and Old Gold
LSU Student Union
Baton Rouge, LA 70803