Chapter (Affilitation)Dates Wesleyan (NFCC) 1833-1928, 1955-1961 Union (NFCC) 1901-1923 Dartmouth (NFCC) 1902-1908 Brown (NFCC) 1900-1912 Middlebury (NFCC) 1903-1925 Norwich (NFCC) 1903-1929 Colgate (independent) 1904-1955 Dickinson (independent) 1904-1955 Amherst (NFCC) (independent) 1906-1910, 1931-1933 Tufts (NFCC) 1906-1931 Randolph-Macon College (independent) 1908-1967 Williams (independent) 1909-1951 Ohio State (independent) 1910-1913, 1958-1960 North Dakota State (independent) 1910-2004 Syracuse (NFCC) 1911-1918 Colby (NFCC) 1912-1918 Massachusetts State College (NFCC) 1912-1921 West Virginia (NFCC) 1912-1925 Wabash College (NFCC) & (AACC) 1912-1932 Connecticut State College (NFCC) 1913-1918 New Hampshire State College (NFCC) 1913-1918 U. of Washington, Seattle (NFCC) 1913-1918, 1954-1955 Vermont (NFCC) 1913-1918 Hobart (NFCC) 1913-1921 Allegheny (NFCC) 1914-1917, 1949-1952 Carnegie Institute of Technology (NFCC) 1914-1929 Case-Western Reserve (NFCC) 1914-1926 St. Lawrence (NFCC) 1916-1930 Whitman College (independent) 1916-1932 Denison University (AACC) 1917-1969, 2017 (interest group) Ohio University (AACC) 1919-1921 University of Rochester (AACC) 1920-1926 Hillsdale College (AACC) 1920-1924 Ohio Wesleyan (independent) 1920-1930 Wittenberg College (coed) (AACC) 1920-1933, 1954-1955 Shepardson Club at Denison (coed) 1920-1951 Simpson College (AACC) 1920-1935 Vanderbilt (independent) 1922-1923 Rensselaer (independent) 1922-1931 University of Louisville (independent) 1922-1923 University of Akron (AACC) 1923-1931 Bucknell College (AACC) 1923-1925 Knox College (AACC) 1923-1933 DePauw University (AACC) 1924-1937, 1954-1955 Des Moines College (independent) 1924-1926 Ohio Northern (independent) 1924-1929 Muskingum College (independent) 1924-1926 University of Cincinnati (AACC) 1924-1963 Iowa State (AACC) 1925-1936 Colorado State (AACC) 1925-1956 Trianon Cincinnati (coed) 1925-1968 Bowling Green (independent) 1926-1931 Trianon Butler (coed) 1926-1974 Penn State (AACC) 1929-1938 Denver (independent) 1929-1931 Trianon Miami (coed) 1929-1940 Monmouth (independent) 1930-1931 Purdue (AACC) & (ACC) 1930-1937, 1990-2000 Colorado Teachers (AACC) 1931-1948 Minnesota (independent) 1931-1955 Kentucky State (independent) 1932-1934 Trinity (independent) 1932-1933 Oklahoma (independent) 1932-1935 Baldwin-Wallace (independent) 1932-1937 Ball State (independent) & (ACC) 1932-1933, 1992-2000 Adrian (AACC) 1936-1964 Kent State (AACC) 1948-1961 Davidson (independent) 1955-1957 Indiana (coed) (ACC) 1909-1929, 1989-2012, 2017 (interest group) Purdue-Calumet (coed) (ACC) 1989-1995 Vincennes (ACC) 1989-1991 Eastern Michigan (coed) (ACC) 1993-2006 University of Michigan (coed) (ACC) 1996-2002 Indiana State (coed) (ACC) 1998-2002, 2016 (interest group) Indiana U. Purdue U. Indianapolis (coed) (ACC) 2003-2011, 2017 (interest group)
There may be many more unaffilliated Commons Clubs at other colleges of which we know little. Both the NFCC and AACC were very active in trying to create chapters. They distributed literature and information about the Commons Club movement all across the country. We will update this list as we gain further information.
Shepardson Club was a "sister" organization to the Commons Club. The women of Shepardson College which merged with Denison University formed the Club with the help of the AACC chapter at Denison. The Shepardson Club continued to share participation in many collegiate events over the years with the Denison Chapter.
 Trianon was a “sister” organization to the Commons Club at the University of Cincinnati, in 1925, when Dean Josephine P. Simrall and a group of female students, inspired and encouraged by the Cincinnati Commons Club created the Campus Club. Next, in November 1926, several women at Butler University formed a Campus Club on their campus. Then, in the spring of 1929, thirty-seven female students at Miami University formed the Miami Girl’s Club. Members of the three clubs convened the first National Convention on December 28 and 29, 1929, to form Trianon sorority. Trianon adopted the following creed: “Trianon, Trianon, in you we do believe. We believe in your work, your success, your ideals. We believe that to every girl who claims you, you are a light that leads the way to friendship, work and healthy fun. We believe in your organization, born in the spirit of independence and incorporating the high ideals of democracy, friendship, scholarship and service. (emphasis added) And so, to you we come with grateful hearts, thankful for the torch you have given us to bear, for friends to cherish, tasks to do, and traditions to carry on through the years. O, Trianon, in you we do believe.” These ideals were almost identicle to the Commons Club ideals of "Democracy, Service, Brotherhood and University First" and the groups shared participation in collegiate events many times over the years with the Cincinnati chapter.