Fraternity & Sorority Life

There is a rich tradition of fraternities and sororities at the University of Michigan, and fraternity and sorority alumni impact current and future generations of students in various ways.
Greek Week Service Project
Greek Week at the University of Michigan has held many forms over its history.  The origination of it began prior to 1950 when the Interfraternity Council held its annual IFC Sing Competition - often outside on the steps of the graduate library.   Gree

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.