Fraternity & Sorority Life

Creating a Culture of Consent

PRISM, the SAPAC and Fraternity & Sorority Life, student-led collaboration brought Dr. Keith Edwards to campus in April 2019.  Keith’s talk “Creating a Culture of Consent” focuses on encouraging and empowering participants to change the culture on campus surrounding sexual assault

Creating a Culture of Consent

March 2019 Update on New Eligibility Requirements

Last year the university announced intentions to expand efforts and programs that support first-year students’ transition to U-M.  In support of this focus, Fraternity & Sorority Life was asked to implement new eligibility requirements for any student hoping to join one of our member fraternities and sororities. Throughout this academic year, we have been engaged in planning and preparing for the new eligibility process and new activities that will go into effect this coming fall. I’m writing to provide you an update on the work and progress to date as we prepare to implement the new Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) eligibility process.


Fall 2018 Achievement Expectations Report

On February, 11 2019, Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) released the Achievement Expectations report for Fall 2018. This report provides an overview of participation, summary points and council statistics.



Fraternity & Sorority Life Has Moved

With the closing of the Michigan Union for renovation, Fraternity & Sorority Life (formerly known as the Office of Greek Life) has moved to the Tappan Street Auxilary Building.  The Tappan Street Auxiliary Builidng is located at 609 Tappan at the intersection of Tappan and Monroe between Lorch Hall and the Ross School of Business.


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