Believing that involvement in or with a fraternity or sorority can promote student learning, development, and growth, the Fraternity & Sorority Life at the University of New Hampshire aims to cultivate a values-based and inclusive fraternity and sorority community of excellence.
The University of New Hampshire is committed to building and nurturing an environment of inclusive excellence where all students, faculty, and staff can thrive. We also are committed to providing open and inclusive access for all alumni, volunteers, learners, employees, and visitors seeking to participate in our programs and activities. We venture to sustain a campus environment that fosters mutual respect and understanding. We believe diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion are foundational values inextricably linked to achieving our core educational mission and embrace the many characteristics of our community members that make them uniquely themselves. Here, you belong and all are welcome.
How to Join
While various styles of recruitment exist, the Fraternity and Sorority Life community is continually looking to bring new members that align themselves with the values of our chapters.
Chapters and Councils
The Fraternity and Sorority community has been active at the University of New Hampshire and its predecessors since 1881.
Campus and Community Involvement
Each year there are millions of dollars generated for non-profit charitable agencies by the UNH Fraternity and Sorority Community nation-wide.
Giving a monetary donation or participating as a guest speaker, facilitator or mentor, is a great way to give back to a community that has had an impact on life beyond college.
- Students that engage with Fraternity and Sorority Life will have enhanced connections among chapters through efforts that promotes a sense of unity and community
- Students who engage with our office will identify strategies to intervene in high-risk and/or potentially dangerous situations and be an active bystander to someone who may be in danger.
- Students who engage with our office will gain a greater understanding of their own personal identities and how their identities shape their leadership.