The Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life is a great resource for information about the history and tradition of the Greek community and how to become an active and successful member of the fraternity and sorority community at OSU.
The OSU Greek community has 27 fraternities and 22 sororities. In total, more than 3,100 students within 49 fraternities and sororities (and growing) are in our community.
Recruitment information varies by council and by fraternity or sorority chapter. See the link directly below for general information regarding recruitment.
Guidelines and forms related to alcohol policies, fire safety, fire drills, crowd control plans, and Police Liason Officers can be found on the Risk Management page.
Are you interested in learning the Greek alphabet and other terms widely used within the Greek community?
Services Provided by the Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life
The CFSL provides a wealth of support for the Greek community in a wide range of areas: academic development, event planning, community building, leadership, philanthropy, communications, advising, crisis management, and more.