Welcome to Sorority & Fraternity Life at Cornell University. Our office provides support resources to the self-governed Cornell sorority fraternity community. Sororities and fraternities are values based social organizations, providing members with a tight-knit community of peers, and personal growth opportunities through leadership development and service projects. Many of the organizations also offer a small residential living experience.
The Cornell sorority and fraternity community dates to the first months of University operation during the autumn of 1868. Cornell's co-founder and first president, Andrew Dickson White, was a strong promoter of fraternal organizations as a means of teaching self-governance to students. Today, we strive to continue that ethos.
Free Housing Opportunity for Cornell graduate Students or members of the Cornell Community!
Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, a privately owned residence at 125 Edgemoor Lane, is currently seeking a new live-in advisor who can begin as soon as possible. If interested, or if you know anyone who may be a qualified candidate, contact Doug Levens from Lambda Chi Alpha (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Tri Delta sorority is seeking a House Director for the next academic year. If you know of anyone who may be interested they could contact Ashley Coleman, Sr Director of Housing Resources. email@example.com -- 817.471.1865
Cornell University Greek Tri-Council Diversity & Inclusion Plan
Read the action plan that outlines steps for accountability, education, impact, and change for the Greek community in light of recent bias incidents.