Center for Student Activities and Leadership Development

Oakland Center, Room 49
312 Meadow Brook Road
Rochester, Michigan 48309-4454
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(248) 370-2400

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Greek Life

Oakland University has a vibrant Greek Life community on campus that includes 17 fraternities and sororities. Every organization has its own unique rituals, secrets, ideals and values. Membership in a Greek lettered organization can begin at any time during a student’s undergraduate career, but membership lasts a lifetime.

Greek organizations typically have their own philanthropy, sisterhood or brotherhood activities and conduct mixers with other organizations. Greek life can be an excellent resource to gain leadership experience and provides opportunities to get involved with volunteer organizations, obtain academic support, and connect with others in a close-knit community.

A current list of fraternity and sorority officer information is available in GrizzOrgs. For more information, check out this video or contact

Important Resources:

Greek Council

Greek Council helps oversee all Greek lettered organizations on campus at Oakland University. The council is responsible for planning Greek Week and for uniting all Greek lettered organizations on campus. Greek council is made up of an executive board, committee chairs and representatives from each organization and works toward bettering individuals and the college community. Greek Council meets during fall and winter semesters every other Sunday at 2 p.m. Find out more about Greek council on GrizzOrgs or on Facebook.

For more information, contact Madeline Keller.

Panhellenic Council

The Panhellenic Council at Oakland University is made up of five sororities including Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Sigma Tau, Gamma Phi Beta, Phi Sigma Sigma and Sigma Sigma Sigma. Members of Panhellenic chapters aim for high academic standards, serve the University, and help better their lives as individual members. Panhellenic Council is made up of an executive board, committee chairs and representatives from each member chapter. The council works on projects like sorority formal recruitment, philanthropy and PanHellenic sisterhoods. They meet every other Sunday at 4 p.m. For more information on the council visit any of the links below or contact Megan Luther. For more information on Sorority Formal Recruitment, contact Makayla Trivett.


Inter-fraternity Council

The Inter-fraternity Council at Oakland University is made up by five fraternities including Alpha Sigma Phi, Sigma Pi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Theta Chi and Tau Kappa Epsilon. The Inter-fraternity council strives for academic achievement, community involvement and promotes respect. The council consists of an executive board and representatives from each chapter. The Inter-fraternity Council meets every other Sunday during the Fall and Winter at 3 p.m. For more information on the Inter-fraternity Council or the members of the council visit the links below or contact Christopher Griffin.


National Pan-Hellenic Council

The National Pan-Hellenic Council is made up of nine traditionally African American sororities and fraternities known as the Divine Nine. Oakland University currently has eight of the Devine Nine including Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, Iota Phi Theta, Kappa Alpha Psi, Omega Psi Phi, Phi Beta Sigma, Sigma Gamma Rho and Zeta Phi Beta. The National Pan-Hellenic Council hosts many philanthropy events including a yearly fashion show and a yard show during welcome week. For more information on the National Pan-Hellenic Council or the members of the council, visit the links below or contact Aukury Cowart.


Multicultural Greeks

Zeta Sigma Chi is currently the only Oakland University multicultural Greek organization. Multicultural Greek organizations are created for people of all backgrounds and interests to come together in one organization. Zeta Sigma Chi strives to create true lifelong friendships among women of diverse heritages while upholding the values of their founders. For more information, visit the Zeta Sigma Chi website or contact Samantha Sokoll.