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As lifelong members of your fraternity or sorority, there are opportunities for you to remain active no matter where you live. These include interaction with collegiate chapters as advisors or house corporation board members, with alumni chapters, or with your inter/national headquarters as a volunteer. You are always welcome, no matter how long it's been since you were involved.

If you're away from Ann Arbor, this page will provide a quick look at what's new with the Michigan fraternity & sorority community. If you live in the Ann Arbor area, you'll also see opportunities to become involved. Even if you are not a UM grad, we welcome and encourage your participation. Always feel free to contact Fraternity and Sorority Life, 1443 Washtenaw Ave, (734) 936-3686, with your questions.

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Stay connected with the FSL community by subscribing to our alumni newsletter. We'll send information about campus happenings, alumni events, and ways to stay active in the Michigan Fraternity and Sorority Life community.


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Letter from the Director March 2024

It is with great enthusiasm that we share our second edition of FSL Today, our dedicated newsletter designed to keep you informed and engaged with the University of Michigan's fraternity and sorority community. Your ongoing support and interest are what make our endeavors not just possible, but filled with purpose and vitality.  If you know of anyone who wants to sign-up to receive our quarterly newsletter, please invite them to subscribe via our website.

IFC: Bringing in the Next Group of Leaders

We are thrilled to introduce the fresh faces that have joined the fraternity and sorority community. Over the Fall 2023 and Winter 2024 semesters, the Interfraternity Council (IFC) chapters proudly welcomed a total of 500 new students into our fold, with 340 joining in the Fall and 160 in the Winter.

MGC: A Neighborhood Nature Restoration Service Day

In the spirit of unity and environmental stewardship, members of the Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) took initiative in a commendable neighborhood nature restoration project, exemplifying service beyond expectations.

NPHC: Continuing the Legacy of Leadership and Service

The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) at the University of Michigan currently consists of seven of the Divine Nine. Each semester, these organizations engage in a number of educational and/or service programs that contribute to the ongoing support and development of the University of Michigan Black student community. During this edition, we want to highlight each of the seven organizations and a significant event that they accomplished this academic year.

Nurturing Leadership: A Q&A with Jayla Flowers

Welcome, Wolverines! Today, we embark on an enlightening journey with Jayla Flowers, a dynamic force within the University of Michigan's Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) community. Let's dive into Jayla's experiences and glean wisdom from her insightful responses.

Spotlight on Dr. Marcus Collins: A Distinguished U-M Alumnus

In the vibrant tapestry of University of Michigan’s alumni, few shine as brightly as Dr. Marcus Collins, a distinguished member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. initiated through the storied Delta Rho Chapter at our university. Dr. Collins’ academic and professional journey is a compelling testament to the power of cultural understanding and its transformative influence on marketing and consumer engagement.

Support FSL’s CBFO Visibility Initiatives For Giving Blueday, U-M’s Annual Day of Giving

As we look towards Giving Blueday, the University of Michigan's annual day of giving, we have a unique opportunity to shape the future of Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) on our campus. Our culturally based fraternities and sororities (CBFOs), operating under the Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) and the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), are essential to the diverse tapestry of our FSL community.