Fraternity and Sorority Life has been in existence on college and university campuses across our country for over 100 years. Their traditions and rich history are examples of the excellence and the contributions they make. Fraternity and Sorority Life is one of the many opportunities for involvement and growth available for students at Kent State University. Many students develop lifelong friendships through Fraternity and Sorority Life. And most important, you’ll become a special part of the Kent State community – one that fits your interests and goals. In a sorority or fraternity, you can take part in community service, philanthropy, leadership, academic success and much more.
Take time to explore our Fraternity and Sorority community here at Kent State University by visiting the websites of each of our communities below. Each site will give you information about each fraternity and sorority on campus, and will lead you to a calendar of events held throughout the school year. We recommend that you attend community events to get to know members of the Fraternity and Sorority community. A decision to "Go Greek" could be the right decision for you!
At Kent State University, we focus our efforts on promoting our five core values:
Students who engage in Fraternity and Sorority Life at Kent State University will…
1. Demonstrate the importance of scholarly success and academically perform at or above their non-affiliated counterparts. (Scholarship)
2. Strengthen their leadership skills and personal capabilities through executive roles, contributing to the self-governance community structure, and co-curricular involvement. (Leadership)
3. Engage in experiences for the betterment of the larger Kent State community. (Community)
4. Build life-long relationships based on shared values. (Brotherhood/Sisterhood)
5. Contribute to society through philanthropic endeavors and service to the community. (Philanthropy/Service)
6. Promote social justice, equity, and inclusion for all.
The Fraternity and Sorority Life team is currently searching for Graduate Interns. Contact Dennis Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org