Talk to Students in:
Talk to students who are:
Talk to students in who are active in:
Academic fraternities are often co-ed groups of students (both male and female) from an academic department. Joining these, members gain networking opportunities, and often participate in programs and activities associated with their academic area. They may also gain a stronger sense of feeling of family and connection to the university through networking and social activities.
Honor fraternities are often co-ed. These fraternities can encompass multiple academic departments or be specific to one academic department. Membership generally requires outstanding scholarship, leadership, and service to the community and the department. Members gain leadership and service experience, while expanding their knowledge and connection to the university.
Service fraternities are often co-ed groups of students (both male and female) dedicated to conducting service and engaging in civic activities on-campus and in the community. Members develop valuable leadership skills, network with community and non-profit leaders, and feel a sense of family within the organization.
Social fraternities and sororities are single-sex organizations. While they do focus on the social aspect of college life, they are extremely comprehensive in the experiences they give to members, including community service, academic support, leadership development, and networking with alumni and university officials. These organizations often give members a “home away from home” at the university, and focus on life-long membership.