Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life

The Division of Student Affairs

Go Cougs! Go Greek!

Formal recruitment is just around the corner & registration for IFC is open! Click here to find out more about recruitment, events, and to register.

"I joined a sorority to gain not only friendships, but a support system. I wanted to continue my community service through college with women who share the same interest in philanthropic work. I wanted a group to support me academically and to make to the best student I could be. I wanted to be surrounded by women who would help make me the best version of myself." WSU New Greek Member, Fall 2014

Leave a Legacy!

Greek student leaders are gaining experience and leaving a powerful legacy.  Madi Phillips, 2014 Panhellenic President, received nationwide recognition for her accomplishments on campus and in the Greek community.  The 2014 Panhellenic & Interfraternity council won numerous awards including the Panhellenic Overall Excellence Award.


Spring 2015 Academics & Status Letter

Spring semester 2015 grades have been calculated and are available online now! Click here to access the most recent reports and to see other interesting facts and figures about the WSU Greek community. In addition, the Spring 2015 chapter status letter is also available online here.


National Publication Promoting Multicultural Greek Growth

Assistant Director Nicholas Hudson was recently featured in the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA) monthly publication, AFA Essentials. AD Hudson works specifically with the Multicultural Greek Community (MGC) on campus and nationwide, representing Latinos in Region 5 for NASPA: Student Affairs Professionals in Higher Education and speaking at national conferences for MGC organizations. In his article titled Growing our Multicultural Greek Communities AD Hudson challenges fraternity and sorority communities across the country to promote the growth of their Multicultural Greek communities by challenging, supporting and empowering these organizations to rethink recruitment and play an integral role in their fraternity and sorority communities. Click here for the full article!