Greek Life at MSUM is built on connection and community involvement. Through Greek Life, Dragons are connected by the values of their organizations and a commitment to creating a lasting impact through philanthropy. We invite all Dragons to explore what Greek Life can offer you!
MSUM students involved in Greek Life focus on being good students and good citizens. Each chapter maintains a higher than average GPA and promotes good study habits. Greek students are also active in many other organizations and leadership roles on campus. You’ll often see MSUM Greeks at campus activities, at athletic events and volunteering in the community.
At MSUM, students in Greek Life lead a balanced college life with a focus on academic excellence, brotherhood/sisterhood, community service and responsible social interaction. While MSUM’s Greek community isn’t as large as some universities, students are well-connected and supportive of each other. The bond created through Greek affiliation leads to life-long friendships that are built on common ideals and purpose. Students continue these connections long after they’ve graduated from MSUM.
The MSUM Greek community has two sororities, Delta Zeta and Gamma Phi Beta, and the fraternity Kappa Sigma.
Greek Life makes important contributions to campus and the community through service and philanthropy. MSUM’s Greek members not only support their chapter’s causes – they also support other organizations and other chapter’s efforts through volunteering and fundraising.
MSUM’s four chapters volunteered for more than 1100 hours and raised more than $7200 last year. Locally, the Greek chapters work with a variety of community projects and organizations like Girls on the Run, the Wounded Warrior project, Veteran’s Honor Flight of ND/MN, the YWCA, 4LuvofDogs, Homeward Bound Animal Shelter and others.
According to the National Panhellenic Conference, in the last year sorority women across the country contributed 3,078,678 volunteer hours and $37,499,429 to their local and national philanthropies. The North-American Interfraternity Conference reported that fraternity men served 3,800,000 hours in their local communities and raised $20,300,000 for philanthropic causes.