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Fraternity and Sorority Life

Welcome to Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) at the University of North Georgia (UNG)! At UNG we are very proud of our FSL Community, which fosters the development of leadership skills and enhances members' personal lives. Fraternity and sorority life provides excellent opportunities for college students to find a home away from home, develop social and leadership skills, enhance academics, and gain experience that can help them in their future career. Being a member of fraternity or sorority life gives a student opportunities to assume different leadership roles, develop lasting friendships and learn how to work with many diverse people toward a common goal. Currently, the fraternity and sorority system is governed by two councils: Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Council. The executive board members and delegates from every chapter meet on a regular basis to discuss matters affecting Fraternity and Sorority Life and greater UNG communities.

The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life Mission

Fraternity and Sorority Life serves the needs of the fraternity and sorority community by:

  • Providing advisement and support to members, leaders and advisors of each Greek chapter
  • Promoting student responsibility to enrich the lives of all its members and affected communities by maintaining scholastic achievement, fostering friendships through siblinghood, promoting service and engaging in campus life and leadership
  • Challenging members to incorporate values alignment and wellness development
  • Supporting the learning experiences that occur as a result of a diverse fraternity and sorority community and the development of cross cultural competencies
  • Collaborating with stakeholders and constituents to support the fraternal experience

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