Fraternity and Sorority Affairs/Greek Life

Since 1872, Michigan State University’s Greek community has been a viable and respected part of campus life. With more than 55 Greek letter organizations, “going Greek” can be one of the most significant experiences for a college student at MSU. The value of Greek life for students who choose to participate is the merging of almost every segment of the campus community into one cohesive program that promotes self-governance, leadership development, academic achievement, community service and friendship.

Check out our Podcast

Listen to our interview with the director of Fraternity and Sorority Life at MSU.

MSU Greek Life Introduction Letter, September 16, 2017

Read a letter introducing Greek Life to MSU students by Dr. Denise B. Maybank, Vice President for Student Affairs and Services.

Hazing Prevention Resources

Read a letter regarding hazing prevention from Dr. Denise B. Maybank, Vice President for Student Affairs and Services.

Greek Life Website

Visit MSU’s Greek Life website, greeklife.msu.edu, for more information about fraternity and sorority life at MSU.