FRATERNITY AND SORORITY LIFE
Fraternity and Sorority Life at RIT provides students a comprehensive involvement opportunity to interact with their peers in a fraternity or sorority community where academic excellence, social activities, leadership development, service and fun are emphasized. The experience allows students an opportunity to develop their personal skills in a well-rounded manner, thus better preparing them for their careers and living in society. Additionally, the fraternity/sorority community is self governing whereby each recognized group is represented through a governance council such as Panhellenic Conference, Interfraternity Council, and National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations and National Pan-Hellenic Council. The Assistant Director of Campus Life can provide a perspective on past traditions, history of Greek-letter organizations and discuss current trends impacting the community today. Many of the fraternity and sorority chapters are housed within the residence hall and apartment communities adding a positive impact to student life in the areas of personal and career development.
|Contact Person:||Eric Pope, Associate Director for Greek and Departmental Assessment|
|Location:||Campus Center, A-617Campus Map|