Fraternity & Sorority Life

Fraternities and sororities have partnered with Indiana University since 1845. Though much has changed over the years, the core values of these organizations have remained the same. There are 74 fraternities and sororities at IU involving over 8,200. Greek organizations seek to provide members with opportunities to lead, serve, build positive relationships, and grow intellectually.

Social and New Member Activities Suspended

The Interfraternity Council at Indiana University unanimously voted to temporarily suspend all social and new member activities. During this time, IU Greek leaders will facilitate active conversations to arrive at concrete solutions to enhance the health and safety of this community.

For better understanding of the suspension, please read this document provided by the IFC.

Statement of the Vision for the Ideal Fraternity and Sorority Community

As Indiana University - Bloomington makes Bicentennial preparations, the Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President, in conjunction with the Dean of Students Office, has initiated and implemented a planning effort to create a renewed vision and intentional commitment to the undergraduate co-curricular learning experience.

Read the Statement of the Vision for the Ideal Fraternity and Sorority Community.

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