Greek Life

Greek Life

The purpose of Fraternity and Sorority Life is leadership development.

At the University of Cincinnati, we help students find their niche at a large, urban unviersity of over 40,000 students—25,000 students alone at the main, Uptown campus.

Hundreds of men and women graduate from UC each year with a richer experience as a result of Fraternity and Sorority Life. For many students, the fraternity and sorority community is their home away from home. Fraternity and Sorority Life builds lifelong friendships, and instills a sense of pride and commitment to our alma mater.

Fraternity/Sorority Life @ UC:

  • First Greek organization at UC was founded in 1840

  • Currently 39 active fraternities and sororities

  • 4 Fraternity and Sorority Life-specific honor societies

  • 3 governing councils

  • Approx. 3,100 students

During the Fall 2015 semester, our students...

  • Volunteered over 28,000 community service hours with over 80 local charitable organizations

  • Raised over $120,000 for local, national, and international philanthropies

  • Had nearly 200 educational and developmental programs and events

  • Attained a 3.140 All-Greek GPA, exceeding the All-University average