St. Cloud State is home to five fraternities and four sororities. The two governing councils are the College Panhellenic Council and the Interfraternity Council.
Every organization works hard to exemplify the Greek values of Academics, Brotherhood/Sisterhood, Leadership Development and Philanthropy/Service.
We exemplify a student-first mentality, meaning scholastic standards are viewed as an integral part of Greek life. Each chapter has a minimum GPA requirement and uses programming, recognition, and support to help members achieve academic success.
Unlike most campus organizations, your membership does not end at graduation. Greek Life leads to lifelong friendships, not only within the chapter, but within the Greek community as a whole. Being in Greek Life makes finding a sense of community at a large university or new place easier.
Being a part of the Greek community means developing skills that will be beneficial for the future. Working in a group setting fosters team building, conflict resolution, and the ability to work with diverse individuals and views. All chapters have leadership opportunities. Due to the size of chapters and number of available positions, individuals have an opportunity to take on leadership roles early in their college career.
Service is an important aspect of being Greek because we recognize that everyone has the ability to give back to those in need. Each chapter supports national philanthropies and local organizations, raising thousands of dollars a year as a community. In addition, chapters volunteer hundreds of hours each year to these causes.
Visit the Interfraternity Council on HuskiesConnect to view documents; including the Bylaws and Constitution.
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St. Cloud State maintains a vibrant and healthy fraternity/sorority Greek Life Community. Fraternities and sororities have been a vital part of student life and development on campus for many decades. Within our fraternal groups students can, among other things, find brother/sisterhood, develop leadership skills, enhance their academic outcomes and serve others toward the greater good.
In order to grow our Greek Community and maintain a healthy balance for students, staff and the University, we must ensure that the University is fully equipped to expand, and welcome new chapters to the community.
The University must provide the support, resources and assistance that new and current chapters require. We must create mutually beneficial relationships among students, the campus and national Greek-letter organizations.