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Lambda Sigma Upsilon Latino Fraternity

Our founding fathers were men who believed that the minority population at colleges and universities were not getting the attention they so desperately needed to advance their academic successes. With this notion, they created Lambda Sigma Upsilon to act as a support group for minorities, as well as provide a family away from home. As proof to this, our founders developed 4 Goals that would embody the purpose of Lambda Sigma Upsilon.

The 4 Goals that would embody the purpose of Lambda Sigma Upsilon are:

Academic excellence – Ensuring that our brothers earn their degree is a main focus. We believe that our brothers will go beyond the extra mile to ensure that all academic goals are achieved.
Cultural awareness and diversity – Lambda Sigma Upsilon maintains a strong emphasis on cultural awareness. We do not go by a typical “Greek” system (Alpha, Beta, etc.); rather we let each new chapter create its own identity, ensuring that their legacy is passed down. The diversity of the fraternity is very evident amongst our brotherhood. Over 40 countries are represented in Lambda Sigma Upsilon, thus making us one of the most diverse fraternities in the country.
Brotherhood – We are proud of our unique and diverse brotherhood. Brotherhood provides a sense of family away from home while also helping individuals gain a new perspective on college life. Brotherhood also provides various networking opportunities with individuals who share common interests.
Being role models to students of institution of higher education and the community at large – Lambda Sigma Upsilon is well known for its service to the campus community and the community-at-large.

We, the brothers of Lambda Sigma Upsilon Latino Fraternity, Inc., strongly believe that many individual and collective successes can be achieved through the efforts of a culturally diverse brotherhood of college and university men who, through close association with each other, maintain honesty, commitment, respect, and trust.
The maintenance of these qualities is nurtured in large part through the diversity of culture and through self-awareness and self-respect. Among the results of actions taken in these states of being are the promotion of friendship and Brotherhood, the development of individual character, the advancement of justice and opportunity, and the acquisition of soundness and excellence in education.


Special Events/Accomplishments
The Pantheon Chapter of Lambda Sigma Upsilon Latino Fraternity Incorporated at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College was established on October 27, 2012. Though it is fairly a new fraternity on campus, the chapter has done various local events such as Time Management and Professionalism Workshops, a Welcome Back Dinner each semester for its brothers and possible interests, charity events to help fund HIV/AIDS research, Study Group activities during finals, Toy Drive, and Upsilon Week to name a few. This semester, the fraternity started off strong by helping students move-in during Welcome Week. A future activity for the following month to look forward to is during Hispanic Heritage and the Fiesta del Pueblo where brothers will perform a step and stroll presentation. Make sure to attend to see why we are the national step and stroll champions.

Some nationwide projects include charity sports games, AIDS Walks, NetAid Global Campaign for Education, the American Red Cross Remembers September 11th Campaign, MercyCorps for Haiti, Keep a Child Alive and most recently the “Live Safe Campaign”.

Requirements to pledge

  • Must be officially recognized as an Associate Member of Lambda Sigma Upsilon
  • Must have a minimum of a 2.5 GPA
  • Must serve a minimum of 10 hours of community service prior to the pledge educational process
  • Must serve a minimum of 10 hours of library hours prior to the pledge education process
  • Must have attended at least 2 official meetings of the Associate Members of Lambda Sigma Upsilon prior to pledging.
  • Must have attended and participated in at least 1 fund raiser thrown by the Associate Members of Lambda Sigma Upsilon
  • Must have attended and participated in at least 1 community service event thrown by the Associate Members of Lambda Sigma Upsilon
  • Required paperwork includes: Academic transcript, Professional Resume, Community Service Log, Academic Log, and Signed “Code of Membership” Form

Lambda Sigma Upsilon

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24th Annual Mr. ABAC

The Family and Consumer Sciences Club would like to invite all campus clubs and organizations to enter contestants in this year’s contest. Clubs may sponsor more than one contestant. Mr. ABAC will be held on Monday, April 6, 2015 at 7:00 P.M. in Howard Auditorium. Sponsor’s agreement, entry fees, typed contestant’s information sheets, & contestant’s class schedule must be turned in to the Dr. Sewell in Bowen 205 by 3:00 P.M. on Wednesday, March 4, 2015.

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New Technology for Nursing Program

From tablets to Telehealth, the nursing students at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College are incorporating the latest technology into their preparations for Registered Nurse licensure.

The application deadline is Feb. 15 for the 2015 summer term of the One Year R.N. Nursing Program, May 15 for the 2015 fall term Generic Track Nursing Program, Aug. 15 for the 2016 spring term One Year R.N. Nursing Program, and Sept. 15 for the 2016 spring semester Generic Track Nursing Program.

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Sanctioned Truck & Tractor Pull

The Agricultural Engineering Technology Club at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College will host a truck and tractor pull March 5-7 at the ABAC Pull Track.  The events on March 5-6 will begin at 7 p.m. and on March 7 at 6 p.m.  This is the first sanctioned truck and tractor pull at the college since the 1980s.

New to the truck and tractor pull will be the Southern Pullers Association Super Modified pulls on March 6-7.  Admission for each night is $15 for adults, $10 for children 6-10 years of age, and free to children five and under.

For more information on the AET Truck and Tractor Pull, contact AET President Brittany Gunter via e-mail at


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