Fraternities and Sororities

The organizations that comprise the fraternity and sorority system provide a wide variety of educational, social, academic, philanthropic and leadership activities, events and programs for ESU students.

The ESU fraternities and sororities are self-governing and work together to benefit and support the university and the surrounding community. The Interfraternity Council (IFC), College Panhellenic Council (CPH), and Cultural Greek Council (CGC) are the governing bodies that represent all fraternal organizations at ESU and provide cultural, social and educational programs and events for the ESU student community. At the beginning of each semester, fraternities and sororities conduct recruitment events for the purpose of selecting new members. University policy does not allow for first-time, full-time students (freshmen) to be recruited into or to join fraternities or sororities. For more information about FSL and a list of recognized fraternities or sororities eligible to extend invitations to membership, visit