We are excited that you are interested in Greek Life at Saint Leo University. Our community constitutes more than 150 members across 14 chapters, with each growing yearly.
The Office of Greek Life is committed to creating personal and professional developmental opportunities for all students. Our four values of leadership, scholarship, excellence, and integrity is seen daily in the lives of our members. Joining a sorority or fraternity is about more than social functions. It is about cultivating into a servant leader and finding a family away from home. Greek Life helps members grow as individuals by committing to academic excellence and leadership development.
On behalf of the Office of Greek Life, we welcome you and look forward to your engagement with our community!
Greek Life at Saint Leo University strives to cultivate servant leaders into productive citizens through demonstration of academic excellence, inclusive outlooks, and purposeful interactions.
Greek Life will provide members with the education and tools necessary to practice leadership, scholarship, excellence, integrity, and responsible stewardship in a community of mutual respect that will foster lifelong friendships.
Greek Life members will set the standard among all students for leadership, scholarship and campus involvement by fostering community among all members in accordance with the Benedictine Values of Saint Leo University.
Leadership - Serving by example through generosity, initiative, and responsibility.
Scholarship - Continuously pursuing knowledge and sharing that knowledge with the community.
Excellence - Committing to growth and improvement through consistent effort.
Integrity - Prioritizing honesty, accountability, and equity through words and actions.
Basic Membership Requirements
To qualify for Greek Life at Saint Leo, perspective members must:
Attend a mandatory Greek Life Information Session
Be a full-time student taking a minimum of 12 credit hours
Enrolled as an undergraduate collegiate in the current Membership Intake or Recruiting semester
Register for Recruitment (Interfraternity and Panhellenic organizations)
Attend an Interest Meeting (Unified Greek organizations)