Your UConn Fraternity or Sorority Experience Didn’t End with Graduation!
Stay Connected, Engaged, and Involved – Whether you are in Storrs or halfway across the world.Each organization is a lifetime commitment and your Fraternity and Sorority experience goes beyond your time at UConn! We recommend you look into opportunities for you to stay involved with your organization after you walk across the stage.
Come Home to UConn
Throughout the academic year, there are several opportunities for fraternity and sorority alumni to return to UConn and reconnect with the Fraternity and Sorority community. Many chapters will host alumni events to keep their members engaged with the chapter and several university departments also provide programs specifically geared towards alumni. Homecoming is also a great time for alumni to return to Storrs and be in community with your fraternity and sorority members. Click the link below for more information:
Historical Listing of Fraternities & Sororities at UConn
The fraternity and sorority community at UConn is consistently changing and it is likely that the landscape of our community looks very different from when you were here. Please click the link below to see the inter/national social fraternities and sororities that have or had a presence at UConn. Any additions or corrections should be submitted via email to email@example.com.
Donating to UConn’s Center for Fraternity and Sorority Development
Thank you for the generous gifts from alumni, we’ve been able to provide educational programming, offer assistance for students wishing to participate in leadership development and service initiatives, and support chapters in a variety of other needs. Alumni have the opportunity to provide financial support to the fraternity and sorority community by giving back to UConn. Tax deductible gifts may be given through the UConn Foundation to support Fraternity and Sorority Life activities.
If you are interesting in giving a gift to UConn to benefit the Center for Fraternity and Sorority Development, please contact the UConn Foundation or donate online by clicking the button below.