Programs

Fraternity & Sorority Life Advisory Board - The Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) Advisory Board's primary goal is to provide advice and perspective to the Office of the Dean of Students staff on issues relevant to the FSL community. Members of the Student Advisory Board serve as ambassadors, liaisons, and student advocates that will be committed to the Office of the Dean of Students’ core purpose of advancing student learning that builds community, and its’ values: scholarship and learning, community service and philanthropy, brotherhood and sisterhood, leadership and engagement, and community awareness.

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Fraternity & Sorority Life Excellence Awards - The Annual Fraternity & Sorority Life Excellence Awards aims to celebrate the success and accomplishment of individual members and organizations as well as highlighting the communal accomplishments of chapters and individual members at the University of Oregon.

2016 Award Winners

2015 Award Winners

2014 Award Winners

2013 Award Winners

2012 Award Winners

2011 Award Winners

2010 Award Winners

Greek Week(end) - Greek Week(end) is an annual competition among the Greek organizations that consists of athletic/spirit events, educational programs, and a service or philanthropic component.

Oregon Greek Emerging Leaders - Oregon Greek Emerging Leaders is a program designed specifically for first-year members of the University of Oregon Fraternity and Sorority Community

Fraternity & Sorority Leadership Development Course – FHS 407 - This course is designed to help students look critically at the contemporary issues facing the North American Fraternity and Sorority Movement, locally and nationally. Students will research, debate, and present on critical issues facing the contemporary fraternity and sorority including risk management, sexual assault, alcohol, liability, hazing, diversity and multiculturalism, and the history and purposes of Greek-letter organizations.

FSL Task Force for Sexual Violence Prevention – Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) executive leadership established a task force requiring one member from each chapter to serve as a representative to become more educated about sexual violence and develop leadership skills in motivating their respective chapter and community to prevent sexual violence.

Fraternity and Sorority Life Risk Management Summit – This training includes the president, social chair, and risk management chair of each FSL chapter recognized on campus. It is an 8 hour training covering sexual violence prevention and response, alcohol, hazing, and social policy.

Fraternity & Sorority Life New Member Orientation - Each year new members to fraternity and sorority life attend a mandatory orientation to learn about the responsibility they are choosing in being a part of the FSL community.

Junior Greek Council - The purposed of the Junior Greek Council (JGC) is to further integrate new members and active underclassmen into the FSL community through leadership and service opportunities.

Day of Service - University of Oregon students from Fraternity and Sorority Life, O Heroes, and CommUniversity give back to the communities in which they live by participating in a day of service.  The “CommUniversity Day of Service” is a quarterly project aimed to improve near-campus area neighborhoods and bring neighbors together with a shared activity.