As you embark on your studies, it is our hope that you will take time to consider joining a fraternity or sorority. You will find that these organizations will allow you to excel as a UConn student. Whether it be through academics, friendships, community involvement, athletics, leadership experience, or just plain fun, being part of Fraternity and Sorority Life at UConn offers the unique opportunity to succeed in all areas of life.
Achieving excellence is the primary focus of a college education, and UConn fraternity and sorority members have been an integral part of this mission. Founded upon the common principles and core values of scholarship, leadership, citizenship, and fellowship through lifelong bonds of brotherhood/sisterhood, members of the UConn fraternity and sorority community are continually challenged to uphold these timeless principles in their daily lives.
Membership in a Greek-lettered organization often is one of the most significant experiences for a college student. It is our hope that you enjoy your experiences as a new student while exploring Fraternity and Sorority Life as an option. We hope that you begin to take advantage of what the community has to offer you. Since 1883, fraternities and sororities have been a viable and respected part of campus life. Many of our key administrators and faculty are also fellow members and alumni of these historic organizations.
Please use the opportunities offered to you during the recruitment periods to learn about each organization and discover which chapter may be the best fit for you. You will find that the fraternity or sorority experience will open many new doors for you, doors that you will never want to shut. Fraternity and Sorority Life will offer you the opportunity to discover and achieve your best, both in your college years and beyond.
Best of luck to each of you!
Fall 2020 Recruitment Information & Events
Fraternity & Sorority Life Info Session
Fraternity & Sorority Life Expo
New & Upcoming Organizations
Check out the groups that will be joining our community and recruiting founding and/or (re)chartering members: