Fraternity Life has been an integral part of student life since the establishment of the first chapter on campus in 1921. The College's relationship to the active fraternity chapters is more than recognizing them as mere student organizations; it is a close relationship based upon mutual interests and reciprocal support. Recognizing that membership in a fraternity can be a positive and educational experience, the College supports the notion that membership offers an enriched collegiate experience where students learn to be academically, civically, and socially engaged.
The mission is to promote academic excellence, civic engagement, leadership development, and respect for diversity and social justice.
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