Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life



Summer Sign Deadlines Approaching

Interfraternity Council summer recruitment is open now! Chapters that have been approved to house freshman must have their new members registered with the CFSL and complete the proper contract cancellation by June 15th, 2015 to receive all of their security deposit.  Members canceling contracts between June 15th and July 1st will receive half of their deposit. No one is allowed to cancel their housing contract after July 15th. For additional information email or


Fall 2016 Grades Have Been Released

Grades for the 2016 Fall semester have been compiled and mailed to either the Chapter President or Scholarship Chair and to your listed advisor.  If you have questions contact Jill Copeland,

Intercultural Greek Leadership (UNIV 497 Section 21) 

This brand new course will cover identity boundaries, difference, diversity, social justice and alliance building within the Greek Community. The course is open to fraternity/sorority upperclassmen.  You will develop your intercultural leadership skills and apply them to real fraternity/sorority situations.  You will discuss current social justice issues in the fraternity & sorority community and make connections with other student leaders in the Greek community.  The course is facilitated by Assistant Director Nicholas Hudson with additional university administrators participating to facilitate networking opportunities.   

Attention Presidents! Greek Pillars of Excellence Requirements

During your first scheduled meeting with your CFSL advisor we will be reviewing the progress your chapter has made towards completing the Greek Pillars of Excellence application. Please pick-up your binder from the CFSL when you first return to campus. Bring the partially completed binder to your first meeting. As a reminder the Greek Pillars of Excellence application is due October 15th, 2015. The results will be announced during Arete Awards, scheduled for Tuesday, November 17th in the CUB Senior Ballroom, time TBA.

Multicultural Greek Leadership Symposium

Join us for the first annual Multicultural Greek Leadership Symposium on Saturday October 3, 2015.  This conference-style program for members of multicultural fraternities and sororities here at WSU is designed to help participants find relevance in their current campus environment and develop skills to work with their organizations and administration.  All multicultural Greeks are invited to connect with other student leaders in similar organizations here at WSU.  The theme for the symposium is “Stronger Together. Growing Together.” as it represents the nexus of where our multicultural Greek community is heading: unified and strengthened. 

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Last Updated: 6/24/2015