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Fraternity and Sorority Affairs


Welcome to the Fraternity & Sorority Affairs page.

NGLA 2008

I.F.C. & P.H.C. officers at N.G.L.A.


The mission of the Fraternity and Sorority Affairs program is to provide support, programs, and services for students affiliated with general fraternities and sororities, which help them to achieve their academic goals and aid in their personal growth and development. The efforts of the Center for Leadership & Involvement will emphasize scholarship, service, leadership, involvement, diversity, community building, self-governance, lifelong membership, and will challenge each undergraduate member to incorporate the ideals expressed in the ritual of their fraternity or sorority into their daily lives.

Clarion University's Fraternity and Sorority Community represents more than 250 students who are affiliated with 14 different Greek-letter organizations. Currently, there are seven fraternities and seven sororities officially recognized by the University.

Membership in a fraternity or sorority is much more than just a social outlet or something you "do" while you are in college. Fraternities and sororities are values based organizations that promote scholarship, service, leadership, and friendship. The bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood forged during the undergraduate years last a lifetime and numerous volunteer opportunities exist within these organizations that allow for active involvement as an alumnus.

Joining a Greek letter organization is like anything else in life, you will only get out of it what you put into it. However, if you treat your membership seriously and take advantage of the opportunities that Greek affiliation provides, the rewards can be limitless and the benefits can last a lifetime. If you would like more information about affiliating with one of Clarion University's fraternities or sororities, please feel free to contact the Council Advisors.