The Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life is located on the 3rd floor of the Student Experience Center suite 325 (SEC 325). Please feel free to stop by our office to receive information about fraternity and sorority life. We look forward to meeting you!

 Associate Dean of Students and Director

Leslie Schacht Drey, M.Ed.

Affiliation: Alpha Chi Omega

Education: B.A. Communication Studies, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; M.Ed. Higher Education and Student Affairs, Iowa State University

Why do you enjoy working in fraternity & sorority life?

"I believe that joining a fraternity or sorority as an undergraduate can be one of the single most fulfilling co-curricular experiences for a college student. By providing the fraternity/sorority community with outstanding support in the areas of advising, leadership development, risk reduction & management, and academic support, the experience of each individual member of the community is exponentially improved. There are no bonds created like those of brotherhood/sisterhood and the impact of membership is lifelong -- well beyond the college days of our students."

Leslie's Areas of Oversight: 

  • Overall CFSL Operations & Fraternity/Sorority Community Support 
  • Governing Council Executive Director & Presidents, Treasurer/Finance, and Judicial/Standards Board council officer support
  • Community growth and expansion
  • Chapter advisors, house corporation boards, and house director support
  • Affiliated Housing Program
  • Community Fundraising & Development
  • Alumni and Friends Group


Associate Director

Johnny "JP" Peters

Affiliation: Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.

Education: B.A. Business Administration Marketing, California State University, San Bernardino; M.A. Educational Administration and Leadership, University of the Pacific


Why do you enjoy working in fraternity & sorority life?

"I enjoy working in fraternity & sorority life because I get to interact with students and staff who share a common bond with myself. I believe fraternities and sororities serve as a peer to peer support system that allows for mentorship, leadership, and impactful opportunities among a group of students with similar interests and values. In addition, those opportunities contribute to students' holistic growth and connectedness to their institution. I am excited to be a part of the experience."

JP's Areas of Oversight:

  • Advising and Chapter support for the following councils
    • National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), Unified Greek Council (UGC), Interfraternity Council (IFC) 
  • UGC & NPHC community-wide programs and chapter growth plans 
  • Recruitment and Membership Intake support for IFC, UGC, & NPHC
  • Risk Management council officer support 
  • Leadership & Education council officer support 
  • Scholarship and Academic Achievement council officer support
  • Relationship Statement reporting and tracking
  • Advisor for Order of Omega



Kelsey Elam-Geuting

Affiliation: Alpha Phi

Education: B.A. History, James Madison University; M.A.T. Secondary Education, James Madison University; M.S. College Student Personnel, University of Tennessee, Knoxville


Why do you enjoy working in fraternity & sorority life?

"Working in fraternity and sorority life allows me to connect with and support students who want to make a difference in their organizations and community. I believe in the power of the fraternal experience and its ability to push us to become the best versions of ourselves. It is a daily commitment to live by our personal and organizational values. It is a community where we can find belonging and empowerment. The impact of these organizations is felt long after graduation and I'm grateful to be a part of the OSU Fraternity and Sorority Life community."

Kelsey's Area of Oversight:

  • Advising and Chapter support for the following councils
    • Panhellenic Council and Collective Greek Council (CGC) 
  • Recruitment support for Panhellenic and CGC
  • Recruitment Counselor (Gamma Chi) training and support
  • Philanthropy & Community Service council officer support
  • Public Relations & Marketing council officer support
  • Admissions & START programming and summer publications
  • Emerging Leaders Retreat and January Leadership Retreat
  • Greek Week and All-University Sing advising 
  • Grade Reports
  • House Director support
  • CFSL Office Management


Chapter Coaching Model

The CFSL utilizes a chapter coaching model to connect and advise our active chapters. Each staff member is assigned to roughly a third of the chapters and serves as those chapters' main resource regarding CFSL policies, the Relationship Statement, and can assist the chapter in a variety of ways depending on their needs. 

2019-2020 Chapter Coach Assignments