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Fraternities & Sororities



How to Join a Fraternity or Sorority

Fraternities and Sororities offer many opportunities for students to be involved in a growing community that includes four sororities, four fraternities, two governing councils, two all-Greek honor societies, and a programming board that creates events such as Greek Week and Anti-Hazing Week. Students in fraternities and sororities develop a strong foundation for a life built on leadership, service, scholarship, and fellowship.

The men and women of the UAFS Greek community are bound by common interests, values, and goals. Members average more community service hours, raise more philanthropic dollars, and provide more leadership opportunities than any other student organizations at UAFS. We hope that you will understand why every student, regardless of age, background, or history, should consider becoming a member of a fraternal organization. Check us out, and find out how to decide which chapter is right for you.


Upcoming Events:

Go Greek Information Night: August 24, 2015, 7:00 p.m., Campus Center Reynolds Room
Learn about all of our organizations and get your questions answered!
Registration for Panhellenic Women's Recruitment and IFC Men's Recruitment will go live in early June 2015.


Check out our Chapters!

Panhellenic Women's Organizations:  Alpha Omicron Pi, Delta Gamma, Gamma Phi Beta
Men's Organizations:  Kappa Alpha, Kappa Sigma, Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Nu
Multicultural Women's Organization:  Gamma Eta

Greek Life Facility Reservation Calendar


Greek Life Event Calendar


Panhellenic Sorority New Member Form

IFC Fraternity New Member Form

IFC Event Form



Chapter President Manual


Advisor Manual



IFC Chapter Recruitment Login


Student Activities Office
Smith-Pendergraft Campus Center, Room 110 

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