Joining a fraternity or sorority doesn't just shape your college experience, it shapes your life. Because of this lifelong commitment, it is important you join the organization that is right for you. Here you will find information on our chapters' performance and involvement, answers to some of our most frequently asked questions, Greek terminology, a few well known members of fraternities/sororities, and the joining process for each council.
It is important to note that while our councils offer different experiences, they all have core values and specific requirements they must meet. All our organizations have strong commitments to academics, leadership development, community service/philanthropy, social involvement, and professional/personal development.
Academics are held in high regard and valued by each one of our organizations. Across the country it is common for fraternity and sorority communities to high GPAs equal to or higher than the university average; and Texas State is no different. Here you will find academic information for all of our chapters.
Do you have a student interested in joining a fraternity or sorority and you have questions? We've compiled some of our most frequently asked questions and provided answers for you. If your questions was not answered here or you need clarification on anything, please email us directly at DOS-FSL@txstate.edu.
If you are considering becoming a member of the Texas State Greek community, you've come to the right place! Each council has their own recruitment and intake process. However, before joining any of our organizations students must attend a potential new member orientation. To learn about each council, its chapters, requirements to join, recruitment events and processes, and upcoming potential new member orientations dates follow the links below.
At the end of each Spring semester Texas State publishes a chapter report card. This report card highlights information on new member and chapter GPAs, recruitment and retention, community service hours performed, hours spent attending leadership development and educational workshops, philanthropic donations, and community involvement.