Fraternity & Sorority Organizations
Welcome to Fraternity & Sorority Organizations at SUNY Delhi
Mission Statement: The mission of Fraternity and Sorority Life is to promote academic excellence, develop leadership skills and values, and encouraging active involvement in the community by creating life long bonds through brotherhood and sisterhood.
Fraternity and Sorority Life here at SUNY Delhi is unique. Under the Greek Council, there are 16 recognized fraternities and sororities. The recognized organizations are supported and overseen by the college. Recognized organizations have the ability to utilize on-campus resources and development. It is recommended that students seeking the opportunity for membership into a fraternity or sorority pursue organizations that are recognized.
Unrecognized organizations operate outside the knowledge of the college and because of that, it is not recommended for students to join these organizations. Unrecognized organizations do not share any operational information with the college, and often the college is not giving resources, such as leadership development and risk management, to these organizations.
For students seeking membership into an organization, please visit the chapter pages on BroncoCONNECT, become acquainted with the chapter information and attend one of their events to get to know the members better.
For questions, concerns or to report an issue with any of the recognized fraternities and sororities, please contact the Center for Student Leadership & Engagement.
The Center for Student Leadership & Engagement (CSLE) at SUNY Delhi is not accepting or considering applications for expansion at this time. We may resume accepting applications at such point in the future when the conditions for doing so are favorable for success. Presently, the Center for Student Leadership & Engagement and the Greek Council are supporting both the existing 18 chapters that have been part of the Greek Council for many years, as well as providing guidance to a another chapter seeking recognition. This support includes helping our chapters navigate expectations set forth in the Standards program, as well as working with alumni and national boards.
During this unprecedented time, we are still here to assist you and help answer your questions. Currently, members of the CSLE Team are all in the office one or more days per week and for the rest of the time we are working remotely and we are available during our normal business hours.
Academic Year: Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Summer Hours (Begins May 17): Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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