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    A vital part of the student experience at the University of Oregon (UO), the fraternity and sorority community has existed since 1900 when the first fraternity chapter was established on campus. This rich tradition of excellence continues today with over 4,000 students involved in nearly 40 fraternities and sororities. Currently, the fraternity and sorority community comprises nearly 20% of the overall student body. Thanks to a growing student population and elevated student body, expansion within Greek-lettered organizations is continual.

    Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) offers and coordinates a variety of programs, activities and services that are designed to ensure a quality education and social experience for UO fraternity and sorority members. Services and resources are provided to chapter officers, members and advisors in addition to the Interfraternity and Panhellenic Councils, Inter/National Headquarters representatives, alumni, community officials and the parents of fraternity and sorority members and potential members.


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