Gustavus Greek Life

The Greek community at Gustavus prides itself one it's three core values of leadership, scholarship, and service. Joining a greek organization means being welcomed into a large community of four fraternities and four sororities, each with their own set of founding values. Organizations aim to make a difference on campus, and for specific causes through philanthropic endeavors, community service, and interpersonal development! Through Greek-letter organizations, students participate in social events, develop leadership skills, and make lifelong friends.

Greek Recruitment Opportunities

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History

Greek organizations have been held as a social and service outlet for students at Gustavus for over 100 years. In 1904, the first Greek organizatiatons were founded; two of which still exist today. By 1930, there were fifteen organizations on campus.

On April 25, 1988, all Greek organizations were banned from Gustavus. After spending nearly five years underground, fraternities and sororities were once again recognized as student organizations on campus. During the reinstatement process, fraternities and sororities agreed to abide by the college's stipulations, and the newly instated Inter-Greek Senate's constititution.

For generations, the Greek system has been a staple in the Gustavus community. Today, there are twelve Greek organizations recognized by the Gustavus campus; six sororities and six fraternities. Almost one-fifth of the Gustavus student body is Greek.

Values

Leadership, Service, Scholarship