CSU Fraternity & Sorority Life
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We are dedicated to providing services, programs, and resources to the CSU Fraternity & Sorority Community, and to ensuring that each individual and organization is continually improving while maintaining the standards set forth by the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life and their respective organizations.
To foster the development of values-based organizations and, in turn, create better citizens.
Friendship - The friendships students at CSU make through their involvement in fraternity and sorority organizations last a lifetime and are an essential part of the Greek experience. These bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood provide excellent opportunities to network, establish friendships, and develop lifelong relationships. The special bonds formed in a fraternity or sorority organization will continue when students become CSU alums and when their connections with fellow students continue.
Scholarship - CSU fraternities and sororities strive for outstanding scholarship and the development of academic excellence within their chapters. All chapters must maintain a cumulative chapter grade point average of 2.2 to remain active. Individual members must maintain minimum GPA in order to remain a CSU student and active in the chapter. In addition, individual chapters implement study tables, tutoring, and scholarship excellence awards through their national organizations. Scholarship is vital to students’ success and chapters’ success!
Service & Philanthropy - Service projects are central to the mission of Cleveland State University’s Greek-letter chapters. Fraternities and sororities work together to help inspire, to rebuild communities, and to assist those in need. Chapters donate time and money to various local and national philanthropies such as the Special Olympics, American Red Cross through campus blood drives, Muscular Dystrophy, AIDS Awareness, American Cancer Society to name a few. In addition, chapter members volunteer their time at shelters, tutoring elementary students, collecting food, clothing and toys and giving of themselves for others. As a result, Greek members learn more about themselves as well as the people in need around them.
Leadership- By becoming a member of a fraternity or sorority, students are also making a commitment to leadership. Fraternity and sorority chapters provide many leadership opportunities including the development of life skills such as organization, goal setting, financial planning, decision making, communication and team work. Most fraternity and sorority students are also leaders in campus organizations, student government and University committees. In addition, the Department of Student Life offers members of fraternity and sorority chapters opportunities for leadership development through the Leadership program. Leadership experiences enhance personal growth and are essential for a well-rounded education.
Mailing Address & Location
Cleveland State University
2121 Euclid Avenue, SC 319
Cleveland, OH 44115-2214