The fraternity and sorority community at the University of Minnesota is over 140 years old and currently has over 3,400 students who are members of one of 60 social Greek-letter organizations. Four councils govern these fraternities and work in close concert with the Office for Fraternity & Sorority Life to support our rapidly growing community.
The Office for Fraternity & Sorority Life works with each governing council to provide community programming, including the largest living-learning community on campus.
Over half of our fraternities and sororities have privately-owned facilities, located just off campus. Typically, students live in a chapter facility during their sophomore or junior years.