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The fraternity and sorority community currently encompasses more than 4,000 students which represents just about 18 percent of the undergraduate population; hence, fraternity and sorority life is incredibly dynamic at Virginia Tech. As such, there are three main aspects of which great focus will be placed in order to build upon the solid foundation of the interfraternal membership experience at Virginia Tech: community development, leadership and learning, and strategic planning.


Welcome from Fraternity and Sorority Life

Greetings and welcome to Virginia Tech’s Fraternity and Sorority Life homepage! We are very proud to have a strong community that offers a myriad of experiences for each member. We have the fourth-largest Greek community in the United States we are still growing. It is our sincere hope that you will become part of our future and leave your legacy at Virginia Tech.

Fraternity and Sorority Life advises four councils that govern our chapters. Each council has a different focal point, operational structure, and history. 

There are a wealth of opportunities and activities going on every day of the semester. Academically, fraternities and sororities are frequently above the all-university average, and members comprise the vast majority of leadership positions on campus. We raise large amounts of donations for an assortment of philanthropic causes; many of our chapters participate in community service projects throughout the year as well. There are educational programs, speakers, discussions, and a host of leadership opportunities to be had. You will have the ability to get involved in many aspects of campus life, including intramurals, religious services, academic support, cultural programming, personal and professional development, and leadership development. In short, Fraternity and Sorority Life offers a one-stop opportunity to experience every aspect of what Virginia Tech has to offer.

It is our hope that you take the time to research all that our chapters have to offer. With more than 50 chapters to choose from, you will certainly find a place to call home. Remember, fraternity and sorority membership is a life-long commitment—not just something you will experience during your undergraduate years. We hope to see you at our events and look forward to welcoming you into our family as we congratulate you on your membership in one of our esteemed chapters. There is no time like the present to leave a legacy… GO GREEK!

Fraternally yours,

Fraternity and Sorority Life


The Fraternity and Sorority Life Advisory Council

The Fraternity and Sorority Life Council was formed in Summer 2010 and the purpose of the advisory council is to think strategically, measurably, collaboratively, and inspirationally regarding the fraternity and sorority community.

The council is charged with developing a visioning document for the community including vision, mission, strategic goal areas, and strategic plan. This group of approximately 20 members is a mix of students, chapter advisors, alumni/ae members, university administrators, and community members. The group has met each month since August and during Fall 2011, the vision, mission, and strategic goal areas will be finalized.

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Did you know?

  • Last year, the Virginia Tech fraternity and sorority community raised more than $150,000 and put in more than 80,000 hours of community service for various philanthropies.
  • 48 percent of all U.S. presidents were Greek
  • 42 percent of US Senators are Greek
  • 30 percent of US Congressmen/women are Greek
  • 40 percent of all US Supreme Court Justices have been Greek
  • 30 percent of Fortune 500 Executives are Greek
  • 10 percent of all listed in Who’s Who are Greek
  • Greeks make up only 3 percent of the United States population