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WELCOME HOME UTAH GREEKS


The Fraternity and Sorority community started at the University of Utah in the fall of 1909 when the first fraternity was chartered and established. The first sorority on campus was founded 4 years later in 1913.

Today, the University of Utah has 21 fraternities and sororities with nearly 2,000 students involved. In our community, we have 13 fraternities and 8 sororities. All of our organizations believe that the fraternal experience is an excellent opportunity to explore during their time in college.

The Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life oversees the 21 social fraternities and sororities at the University of Utah and exists to provide programming in the areas of personal development, health and wellness, risk management, diversity, equity & inclusion and the promotion of leadership development. This is done through the engagement of student leaders, faculty, staff, advisors, and alumni.

How To Join

INTERESTED IN JOINING A FRATERNITY OR SORORITY?


Spring 2023 RECRUITMENT

Registration for Spring 2023 Fraternity recruitment will open on Thursday, December 1st 

Fraternity Recruitment: Learn More Here

Spring Sorority recruitment is conducted by individual chapters, and is not a formal process. Not every sorority will participate in Spring recruitment. Follow the Panhellenic Council & each sorority on Instagram to learn more about if they will be participating in Spring recruitment 

Sorority Recruitment: Learn More Here

Sorority Social Media Directory

For more information follow us on Instagram @utah_fsl or email us at greeks@utah.edu

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SOME FAST FACTS
ABOUT OUR GREEK
ORGANIZATIONS

OVER 100 YEARS OF TRADITION

Overseeing SongFest which is the longest running campus tradition. Occuring every year during our Homecoming celebration.

2,600 DEGREES IN A DECADE

Over 2,600 degrees have been awarded to fraternity and sorority members since the 2010-2011 academic year.

$250,000  IN PHILANTHROPIC DONATIONS

Typically, our community provides over 12,000 hours of service and $250,000 donated to philanthropic causes each academic year.

CHAPTERS AT THE U