Currently, one-third (4,500+ students) of the undergraduate student body belongs to one of the 64 recognized fraternities or sororities that make up the community. Individually these organizations present members with unique personal development opportunities. Collectively the fraternity and sorority community provides thousands of students the platform from which they contribute tens-of-thousands of hours their time and hundreds-of-thousands of dollars to the local, regional and global communities, annually.
Learn more about the Cornell fraternity and sorority experience such as how to join, the personal development opportunities available, or how to access various resources if you are a member or organizational officer.
Winner of the Cornell Unviersity Relations' Campus-Community Leadership Award is Adam Shelepak '17, a policy and analysis major in the College of Human Ecology. For more information