Overview of Fraternity and Sorority Life
Established in 1967, the fraternity and sorority community at USF is a vibrant place within our campus. With 50 chapters to choose from, our fraternities and sororities allow a place where students can grow and develop to be better versions of themselves. Through commitment to values, the bonds of friendship, leadership development, service and philanthropy, and personal development, members of fraternities and sororities have a transformative experience that enhances their tie to USF.
The Center for Student Involvement takes pride in providing the following services to our USF students and community.
Giving students an avenue to get involved at USF through a student organization
Values-clarification and exploration programming
Promotion of campus-wide events (i.e. CSI, Athletics, Lectures, OFSL)
Consultation on organizational development and enhancement
One-on-one and group advising
Guidance on creating safe new member programs
Marketing, outreach, and advocacy on behalf of fraternities and sororities
Education on steps to joining and safe new member programs
Risk reduction education and programs (ex. Hazing, Alcohol and other drugs, bystander intervention, hosting safe social events, etc.) Leadership development experiences
Advising for chapters and councils