At the University of Idaho, we understand the unique value that can come from a sisterhood of women or a brotherhood of men navigating the challenges of college and beyond. It's something that cannot be matched. Though there are hundreds of opportunities to engage and get involved on a college campus, few produce a lifelong return on time and energy quite like joining a fraternity or sorority. The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life invites you to join us and discover where you belong here on campus.
Our community has been a cornerstone of UI's legacy since the university was founded in 1889, consisting of 33 Greek organizations whose members make up approximately 20 percent of the student population.
UI offers orientation programs for students interested in Greek Life during the fall and spring semesters. Recruitment events and interest sessions are two of the easiest ways to learn about individual chapters, meet other students in fraternities and sororities, and immerse yourself in student life on campus.
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