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Home to more than 70 Greek Life organizations, hear stories about the rush process and how fraternities and sororities help students find a second home at ASU. Having amassed more than 230,000 hours of community service and raised more than $1.5 million for charitable organizations, ASU Greek Life continues to make a positive impact on the community
A January retreat hosted 65 ASU fraternity and sorority presidents and other Greek life leaders. Find out how they learned to be leaders and what they hope to accomplish in their next term.
ASU’s service sorority, Omega Phi Alpha, offers Sun Devils the chance to make a positive impact on the community and find sisterhood all at the same time.
On Tuesday, February 26, Arizona State University celebrated the grand opening of the Greek Leadership Village, ASU’s newest student housing complex. The GLV is an innovative, student-led project created to meet the needs of ASU’s fraternity and sorority community. Along with residential space, it provides a centralized location for collaboration, chapter meetings, philanthropy events and more.
Multicultural fraternities and sororities met up during Homecoming to connect over what makes their Greek organizations unique.
Chi Omega sorority hosted its annual Swishes for Wishes charity basketball tournament, bringing together the ASU community to raise money for the Make-a-Wish foundation.
Greek life recruitment 2018 is here. Students tell ASU Student Life what they find valuable and rewarding about being in a sorority or fraternity.