The fraternity and sorority community at Elon has enhanced the lives of thousands of men and women. While our groups support different philanthropies and causes, and have different histories and traditions, all of our fraternities and sororities support the following:
Joining a fraternity or sorority is a responsibility to uphold the values and ideals of our groups and our collective community.
The Elon Greek community consists of three governing councils:
These three councils provide a governance structure for the 24 chapters, and the overall direction of the community is guided by the professional staff in the Office of Greek Life.
The Office of Greek Life at Elon University provides guidance and support to 24 international fraternities and sororities. Our community offers a diverse mix of fraternities and sororities with the hopes that everyone who wants to join a group finds one that closely matches their values and personalities.
Led by the Office of Sustainability, a May program designed to keep clean and working items out of landfills as students leave campus helped local charities like Goodwill and Habitat for Humanity.
The Class of 2014 is sending more scholars overseas next year with Fulbright English Teaching Assistant grants than any previous class in Elon University history.
Own a couch or desk or clothes you can't seem to sell on E-net? Instead of tossing them into the nearest Dumpsters this spring when heading away from campus, consider donating usable items to local charities that assist the needy of Alamance County.
Donations from the Panhellenic Council benefited Allied Churches of Alamance County and were distributed with help from Campus Kitchen at Elon University.