Fraternity and Sorority life

Fraternities and sororities are meant to encourage leadership growth, academic excellence, and pride in campus activities. Indiana State University's fraternities and sororities are no exception to this rule and serve the campus community through leadership positions, active involvement in on-campus activities, a strong dedication to academics, and engaging in philanthropic and community service endeavors that help maintain a strong country and community.

The bond formed during the collegiate years between fraternity brothers and sorority sisters do not fade after graduation.  Membership in a fraternity or sorority is for a lifetime and opens up opportunities for students to connect with alumni and other fraternity and sorority members across the country. A connection is formed based on the traditions of each fraternity and sorority that creates a bond with other individuals, even those whom you have yet to meet.

Want to attend the Fraternity & Sorority Alternative Spring Break Trip?
SCORE International in Juan Dolio, Dominican Republic: This trip gives students the opportunity to do service while experiencing the culture of the Dominican Republic. Working with SCORE International, students will participate in service activities that include distributing food in Dominican villages, working with school children and going to orphanages working with children. Because this trip requires a flight, your fundraising requirements are higher than the domestic trips. Housing will be in the SCORE Juan Dolio Hotel which offers recreation areas, bunk beds, air conditioned rooms, and a swimming pool. Cost - $1350 --- click here for more information and here to see the flyer!