The mission of Fraternity and Sorority Life is to provide programs and services that actively assist fraternities and sororities in shaping students’ leadership, scholastic, and personal development. It is our goal to ensure all members have a safe and exciting fraternal experience at Monmouth University.
Benefits of Fraternity and Sorority Life:
A place to call home with friendships and bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood lasting beyond the collegiate experience. The opportunity to sharpen interpersonal skills by meeting new people with diverse perspectives and life experiences.
Support for Personal Development
A community of support and accountability to stay focused on personal, academic, and professional goals. The support to challenge one’s self and enhance self-confidence and problem-solving skills. Educational opportunities and experiences that encourage learning and growth.
Opportunities to Make an Impact
At the chapter, council, and community levels, leadership opportunities are offered to gain skills useful professionally beyond the fraternity/sorority experience. Emphasis on community service and philanthropic giving cultivate a spirit of civic engagement and connection with the broader community.
Resources to Encourage Success
Networking opportunities within the Monmouth community, including alumni, as well as inter/national networks of members who understand the fraternal experience and look forward to mentoring young members. These networks also include resources to prioritize academic success and professional readiness.
Monmouth University Fraternity and Sorority Life Academic Archives
- Fall 2018 Academic Report
- Spring 2018 Academic Report
- Fall 2017 Academic Report
- Spring 2017 Academic Report
- Fall 2016 Academic Report
- Spring 2016 Academic Report
- Fall 2015 Academic Report
- Spring 2015 Academic Report
Important Note: Recognition of the following organizations at Monmouth University has been withdrawn by their respective Inter/National Headquarters: Delta Tau Delta, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Theta Xi, Alpha Kappa Psi and Zeta Tau Alpha. The University supports these actions and no longer recognizes Delta Tau Delta, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Theta Xi, Alpha Kappa Psi and Zeta Tau Alpha fraternities as part of the fraternity and sorority community. Anyone continuing to recruit new members for any of these groups would be violating the Student Code of Conduct and the Inter/National Headquarters’ policies. Similarly, Kappa Sigma is not recognized by Monmouth University, and has no affiliation with the University.
(Delta Tau Delta, Kappa Sigma, Tau Kappa Epsilon, and Theta Xi are men’s organizations. Alpha Kappa Psi is a co-educational professional business fraternity. Zeta Tau Alpha is a women’s organization).