In Fraternity and Sorority Life, a unit within Student Leadership and Involvement, we believe in the values-based social organizations that have shaped the college experience for over 200 years. These organizations instill in their membership the importance of maintaining high moral, social, and intellectual standards.

The mission of Fraternity and Sorority Life is to provide a framework for a community of values-centered, social fraternal organizations, and their collegiate members, in the pursuit of values congruence by fostering collaborative relationships, creating meaningful opportunities for engagement, and inspiring excellence in academic and community contributions.

Our staff supports this mission by encouraging members to lead with integrity and conduct activities in a healthy, safe, and fun manner while making sound academic and personal choices. We do this by collaborating regularly with chapter advisors, faculty advisors, alums, and most importantly, our students.

Feel free to navigate the options below to learn more about our program offerings and our fraternal organizations.


Our community at Hopkins is made up of over 1,400 students spread out across 27 organizations. This includes eight North American Interfraternity Conference (IFC) fraternities, five Panhellenic Association (PHAJ) sororities, five historically African American organizations, six historically multicultural organizations (IGC), one local society, and two co-educational organizations. Membership is open to all full-time, degree-seeking undergraduate students in good academic standing.