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Greek Life

Greek Life



Mission Statement

The Florida Gulf Coast University Greek Community believes in respect and equality for all of its members, providing Brotherhood and Sisterhood through service, scholarship, and leadership opportunities that contribute to and improve the college experience.

FGCU's Greek Community fulfills this mission by:

  • Promoting the intellectual, social, recreational, moral, and career development of students
  • Providing opportunities for training in leadership to enhance personal and social skills
  • Promoting student involvement in co-curricular activities
  • Offering undergraduates an opportunity for personal development, organizational management, and self-governance
  • Fostering an appreciation for different lifestyles and cultural heritages
  • Promoting scholarship and participation in community service projects
  • Fostering and building strong alumni relationships


FSL Chapter Report Card

In efforts to promote transparency about the FSL organizations at FGCU, a chapter report card has been created to show a snapshot of key measures for each chapter in the FGCU FSL Community. 

How to Join

Joining a fraternity or sorority can be one of the most wonderful decisions that you make during your college career. It is important that you are careful and thoughtful when deciding whether or not Fraternity & Sorority Life is right for you, as well as which organization best suits your personality and lifestyle. As a member of a Greek Organization, you are a life-long member, therefore it is important to make the right choice concerning which organization is best for you.

Panhellenic Recruitment

IFC Recruitment

NPHC Intake

MGC Intake

Interested in Fraternity and Sorority Life?  

Complete the fraternity and sorority life interest form at the link below if you wish to be notified about upcoming events and opportunities to meet Greek students and learn more about the recruitment/intake process. 


Membership Eligibility Requirements 

In order to be considered eligible for membership in a fraternity or sorority at FGCU, students must 

  • Have a high school diploma
  • Meet the GPA/credit hour requirement 
  • Be degree matriculating students at FGCU
  • Complete the Hazing Prevention: It’s Everyone’s Responsibility Module 
    • (Log in Instructions - Username: EagleMail account (without the and Password: Eagle Mail password)
  • Attend a Greeking Responsibly Workshop 
    • Sign up to attend a workshop
    • Do not sign up if you are planning on registering for the Fall 2019 Panhellenic Formal Recruitment process in August 2019

 Fraternity and Sorority Life Community Grade Reports

We would like to recognize and congratulate the following fraternities and sororities for acheiving a 3.0 and up GPA for the Spring 2018 Semester! 

Zeta Tau Alpha (3.22)

Phi Mu (3.18)

Chi Omega (3.17)

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (3.16)

Alpha Tau Omega (3.15)

Sigma Phi Epsilon (3.14)

Delta Delta Delta (3.14)

Kappa Delta (3.13)

Alpha Phi Alpha (3.13)

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (3.10)


 Chapter Announcements


GreekSMART Spring 2018 Winners 

GreekSMART: GreekSMART was a new initiative that allowed chapters to attend a variety of workshops throughout the semester. 

The Spring 2018 workshop series focused on risk management. We are proud of the two chapters that sent a notable amount of members to the programs throughout the semester, and showcased their dedication and commitment to the safety of their members: 

1st Place: Pi Mu chapter of Chi Omega (2,220 achieved points)

Their $250 philanthropy donation prize went to the Make-A-Wish Foundation!  

2nd Place: Florida Omicron chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon (1,810 achieved points)

Organizations without Recognition

The following organizations are not considered registered student organizations by the University and/or the national offices. 

  • Lambda Chi Alpha, FGCU Colony (Interfraternity Council)
  • Sigma Lambda Gamma Sorority, Inc. (Multicultural Greek Council)
  • Omega Psi Phi (National Pan-Hellenic Council)

Organizations on Interim Suspension

The following organizations are on Interim Suspension with the University and/or the chapter’s national office, pending ongoing investigations. Organizations on Interim Suspension are not in good standing with the University and are not allowed to hold regular business meetings, recruit and initiate new members, or act as an organization at any events on or off campus. The following organizations are on Interim Suspension status until further notice:

There are no organizations currently on interim suspension

Organizations on Disciplinary Probation

The following organizations are on Disciplinary Probation with the University. Organizations on Disciplinary Probation are not in good standing with the University, but can hold regular business meetings, recruit and initiate new members, and hold events as approved by fraternity and sorority life and the Dean of Students’ Office. The following organizations are currently on Disciplinary Probation:

The following organization(s) are currently on disciplinary probation

  • Alpha Tau Omega
  • Sigma Chi
  • Zeta Tau Alpha

Updated - October 12, 2018