Fraternity and sorority life provide students with opportunities for personal growth and the development of interpersonal skills. College students have the option to test themselves in a supportive atmosphere, where they learn new skills to enrich their life experience and prepare them for career challenges and fulfilling relationships.
Joining a fraternity or sorority is a lifetime commitment - a commitment that will benefit you now and in the future. Our Greek community has so much to offer you. It's comprised of chapters that are individually unique, but together, they are a complete and united community.
To be eligible to join a sorority or fraternity, SFA students must be enrolled as a full time SFA student and must have either: A high school GPA of 2.5 or higher with less than 12 hours of college credit or 12 or more hours of college credit with an accumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. The Greek community at SFA is governed by four councils, each with a group of organizations under its jurisdiction. The four governing councils and members are:
SFA Panhellenic Association:
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Multicultural Greek Council
Alpha Nu Delta Fraternity, Inc.
National Pan-Hellenic Council
The Office of Student Affairs Programs is committed to providing support for students with disabilities. If you are a student who needs an accommodation to attend or participate in one of our events or student organizations you are encouraged to stop by Room 325 in the Human Services Building to make your request. You may also call us at (936) 468-3004, TDD: (936) 468-1004.
If you have an accommodation request please see us as soon as possible, so we can make any arrangements necessary. Accommodations can only be arranged once a request has been submitted in writing to Disability Services. To the greatest extent possible, the Office of Student Affairs Programs shall observe confidentiality with respect to any request for accommodation.
Students who feel they have not been accommodated appropriately can appeal that decision utilizing the university appeals process.