Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life

Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life

Become a brother. Become a sister. Become a lifelong friend. Fraternity and Sorority Life at UCF is committed to fostering student growth, academic excellence, civic engagement, leadership development and positive relationships.

The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, or Greek Life, fosters an inclusive environment and commitment to student growth, academic excellence, civic engagement, leadership development, positive relationships and risk reduction education. The mission of FSL is to provide a safe, high-quality undergraduate experience that enhances student development through the active advising of student leaders. 

Members benefit from leadership and networking opportunities and the chance to create lifelong bonds. Fraternities and sororities are optional and open to all students.

We currently recognize 47 social Greek lettered organizations with a population exceeding 3000 undergraduate students. Our organizations share common founding values, such as a commitment to scholarship, community service, leadership development and social responsibility, and the development of lifelong friendships. 

Additional Services

Foundations of leadership course with a unique curriculum designed specifically for UCF fraternity and sorority students. Each fall, the course is taught for emerging leaders within the Fraternity and Sorority community. In the spring, the course is focused on those holding officer positions within the Fraternity and Sorority community.

OFSL Greek Ambassadors are current members of the community that serve to promote the true purpose of values-based fraternities and sororities at the University of Central Florida. The program is designed to create awareness, positively promote, stimulate interest, and represent the UCF Greek community. Greek Ambassadors will communicate a comprehensive view of student life at UCF while focusing on various aspects of the Greek community to inform prospective students, non-affiliated students, faculty/staff, parents, and the Orlando community on the accurate benefits and contributions of fraternity and sorority life. They will provide leadership development training and resources through peer education on relevant issues and community/university polices.

Each year the office of Fraternity and Sorority Life offer programs that are consistent with the mission and vision of the office. Through these programs, we continue to work towards becoming the premiere Greek community in the nation and encouraging our students to live their values on a daily basis.

The IFC leadership trip is a 4-day program design to educate, engage, and equip the members with the applicable skills to further enhance their chapters and individual members. Through team-building exercises, campus visits, seminars, and workshops, this program reinforces the values and principles of fraternity and leadership.

FSL Presidents Academy – “Presidents Academy is a two-day retreat in January for chapter and council presidents. It focuses on building the skills necessary to lead a Greek organization at UCF. Topics include things like community relations, risk management, holding one another accountable, and having fun! Students leave Presidents Academy with the skills to improve their own leadership abilities and positively affect their chapter, council, and UCF community.” FSL Emerging Leaders Conference – “ELC is an on-campus conference each fall open to emerging leaders in the Fraternity and Sorority Life community. Alumni, speakers, and students are encouraged to submit program proposals focused on relevant topics to new and emerging leaders. Attendees spend the day choosing which sessions to attend, based on their interests. Students leave ELC with the skills to improve their own leadership abilities and positively affect their chapter, council, and UCF community.”