Welcome to Fraternity & Sorority Programs
Fraternity & Sorority Programs serves to enhance the academic and co-curricular experience at the University of Arizona by providing collaborative and developmental opportunities in order to instill a lifetime of purpose among fraternity and sorority members.
Preparing for Fall 2020
Fraternity & Sorority Programs staff are ready to welcome our 51 unique Greek organizations back for a new school year. As you probably know, due to COVID-19 your classes this fall will look a little different than usual. The same will be true for your sorority or fraternity experience. Be sure to check the Fraternity & Sorority Programs COVID-19 Implications webpage. Fraternity & Sorority Programs staff ask that all members and parents who have questions about housing, cost of membership, and other internal operational matters contact their fraternity or sorority directly. Fraternity & Sorority Programs does not oversee the internal operations of the organizations.
A strong Fraternity and Sorority community reinforces the University’s strength. The UA Greek community continues to be a leader in the fraternal world and has developed proactive cutting edge programs for our community. Students entering our community will experience the Arizona Legacy Program, which addresses key areas: Academics, Leadership Development, Health & Wellness, and Advisory Support.Legacy Program
Pillars of Greek Life
Strong Foundations. Future Leaders. The UA Fraternity & Sorority Community has over 100 years of building local and global leaders. How do we do it? Through the foundation set by the four pillars of Fraternity and Sorority MembershipPillars of Greek Life
Parent & Family
By joining a fraternity or sorority your student will be joining hundreds of others at the University of Arizona in search of leadership opportunity, community involvement, academic success, and life-long friendship. Thank you for taking the time to research what the fraternity/sorority experience will offer your student.Parent & Family Resources