Welcome to Winthrop University Fraternity & Sorority Affairs website! Here at Winthrop, we take pride in the numerous opportunities available to get involved that will enhance your college experience. There are over 170 student organizations to choose from and joining a fraternity or sorority is one that truly stands out. As a fraternity and sorority community of over 650 members and 19 national Greek-letter organizations to choose from you will certainly find a home away from home while building relationships that last a lifetime.
There are a wealth of opportunities and benefits when you become involved in a fraternity or sorority. These 19 organizations are committed to cultivating personal and professional growth while serving the campus and community. Greeks at Winthrop are very involved with community service, philanthropies, and various aspects of student life. Fraternity and Sorority Life offers an opportunity for students to develop their leadership skills while learning a greater appreciation for a true fraternal experience. Participation in Fraternity and Sorority Life offers students a well-rounded academic experience as well as an opportunity to enhance communication skills and build character while promoting high academic standards. We hope that you will explore the possibilities of joining a fraternity or sorority while you are at Winthrop. The opportunities, friendships, and support network you gain when you Go Greek here can help you grow and succeed throughout your college career and beyond.
Here is an overview of our fraternal community including how our Greeks are growing and contributing to their personal success as well as the success of Winthrop. For a more in depth look, please take the opportunity to read our latest annual report on the fraternity and sorority community.
The Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs (OFSA) supports and advises the three councils that govern our Greek-letter organizations: the College Panhellenic Council, Interfraternity Council, and the National Pan-Hellenic Council, as well as individual chapters. We are proud to be working with a community that is quickly growing and making positive contributions on campus. We encourage you to explore our website in order to gain more information about our councils, chapters, and opportunities to become a member of our community. If there are any questions or concerns about joining a fraternity or sorority here at Winthrop, please do not hesitate to contact us.
*Transfer students in their first semester at Winthrop must submit a transcript to the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs for verification of GPA and credits.
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