Sorority and Fraternity Chapters
Our sorority and fraternity community is home to around 60 social sororities and fraternities, each one a member of one of six governing councils, or the Affiliate Leadership Circle. This community aims to promote leadership, academic success, to give back to the community, to build strong bonds of siblinghood, and develop a diverse and inclusive community.
Sorority and Fraternity Life created the Community Standards program to clearly communicate and record administrative, operational, and participation expectations for all chapters. The Sorority and Fraternity Life Community Standards program status is separate from any university conduct process and outcome for individuals or organizations. Good standing is reported at beginning of each semester and reflects outcome of the prior semester program.