Greek Life

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Fraternity and Sorority StudentsGo Greek! Joining a Greek organization is an excellent way to meet people, get acclimated to campus life, gain important leadership skills, have fun, and establish life-long friendships. The fraternities and sororities on our campus have various origins, including historically Latina(o) and historically African-American beginnings.

While individual Greek organizations are not funded by the Associated Students, Inc., their activities and events are often supported through co-sponsorships with the Office of Student Life and student groups.

View our List of Fraternities and Sororities

Greek 101

Each semester, new members of sorority and fraternity organizations are required to attend Greek 101. The program includes information on risk management, resources, policy and procedures, event planning, involvement, living your values and offers new members the opportunity to hear information that challenges them to accept the responsibilities of being a member of our Greek community.


Want to register your Greek organization?

The following forms and guides are available for download if you want to start or register your organization. If you have any questions, please stop by our office or call (310) 243-2081.