Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) at East Tennessee State University is comprised of a community of campus leaders who are committed to success in all aspects of university life. FSL's membership is also committed to the mission and vision of the University and Student Life and Enrollment.
Connect with us in person in the D.P. Culp Student Center, 2nd Floor, Ronald and Edith J. Carrier Center for Student Success and Engagement to explore all the aspects of our community and to learn about the rich heritage of fraternity and sorority life at ETSU!
We believe that fraternity and sorority membership is a value-added activity that assists the individual in achieving their goals both in college and beyond.
The NPC member organizations at East Tennessee State University are: Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Xi Delta, Kappa Delta, and Sigma Kappa. These five sororities create the College Panhellenic at ETSU. If either you or your parents have any questions, you may contact the College Panhellenic President for the 2021 calendar year, Lauren Estrada.
The Interfraternity Council at ETSU is the governing body of five social fraternities at ETSU. The council supports educational programming to advance the goals of leadership and social development, regulates formal recruitment for the fraternities, and serves as a judiciary board in case any problems between fraternities arise.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council at ETSU serves as the governing body for the campus' historically African American fraternities and sororities. NPHC promotes interaction through forums, meetings and other mediums for the exchange of information and engages in cooperative programming and initiatives through various activities and functions. NPHC organizations have a profound commitment to community service.
East Tennessee State University Fraternity and Sorority Life has a foundation account set up to support the educational purpose of Greek-lettered organizations. Our generous donors have supported major programming that has reached over 750 students. Students also benefit from high impact programming by attending conferences and supporting national speakers to present to student leaders. Questions about donations to the ETSU Foundation can be sent to Director of Development, Dessi Ford