FAQs

Where is the Greek Life Office located?

Greek Life is part of the Student Involvement Office and is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The office is located in the Student Activities Building, Room #111, call (352) 588-8266.

What are Greeks?

Greeks is the term used to refer to the sororities and fraternities on campus. They originally were called Greeks because of the Greek letters used to designate each group. Greeks were groups formed on college campuses to promote leadership and scholarship while instilling a sense of brotherhood or sisterhood among members.

Why should I join Greeks?

If you are interested in philanthropy, leadership, friendship and scholarship, Greeks may have a lot to offer you. Greeks stress community while developing the leaders of tomorrow. It is a great way to get involved on campus while making life-long friends. Some activities include fundraising for charities, study groups, leadership workshops and social programming.

How many fraternities and sororities are there at Saint Leo University?

There currently are four sororities and seven fraternities on campus. We have Nationals, which can be found on many campuses across the country; and local chapters which are unique to Saint Leo University. We also have historically African American fraternities and sororities. For a complete list, please visit the Greek Life Office.