The Greek community at UA is one of the largest and most vibrant in the United States. The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life serves as the central space for all of the organizations. With more than 11,000 students – over 35 percent of UA’s undergraduate population – our university has four different councils that are split up into 66 fraternities and sororities. Over 11,000 students are involved in Greek life on campus. Members of Greek life serve in the community through various service projects as well as raising money for multiple philanthropy organizations.
With all the Greek Organizations on campus, it’s easy to find the perfect place for you! Check out each of the below council’s web pages for more information on their chapters and membership!
IFC is the governing body of the 34 fraternities at UA. They promote and ensure excellence in academics, leadership, athletics, and service for fraternal men at the Capstone.
NPHC at UA represents nine international Greek sororities and fraternities that promote and engage their members through effective programming and various functions.
APA is the governing body of the 17 sororities and one associate member sorority on campus. The women of APA promote excellence in academics as well as community and campus involvement.
UGC represents six multicultural and special interest organizations that unite to share ideas and to promote mutual respect and equality, as well as provide a support network for involved students.