Fraternity & Sorority Life
Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) provides oversight and guidance to the 33 social Greek-lettered organizations at the University of Oregon. FSL provides active oversight of chapter events, serves as a liaison between faculty, alumni advisors, national offices, and parents, develops values-based leadership development programming, provides training in areas such as chapter operations, risk management, health and safety and membership recruitment, monitors the academic performance of fraternity and sorority members, and recognizes the positive achievements and contributions of community members.
Each Fraternity and Sorority has their own ceremonies, rituals, and traditions that reflect, support, and reinforce the missions, purpose, principles, and values. It is the intended outcome for undergraduate members to use this experience to examine personal values and fraternal values and develop congruency in their actions, behaviors, and attitudes. Fraternities and sororities provide a living-learning student experience that has life-long growth. Members are presented espoused and enacted values and the personal and group challenge of congruency. Each individual and group has varying levels of congruency. Each person and each fraternal group has opportunities to grow. They are supported by their peers, advisory teams, programming, programs, and college support.
Did you miss our IntroDUCKtion presentation this summer? Check out the PowerPoint presentation HERE.
Fraternity & Sorority Life has a presentation at 11:00 AM and 2:30 PM on Day 2 of each IntroDUCKtion session. There are also 2 information tables located by the main entrance to the EMU (near the Fishbowl).
- FSL General