Greek Life

Student Affairs

Go Greek at Auburn University

Home to over 8,400 students, Greek Life provides Auburn students with opportunities for personal growth and development. Go Greek to foster academic success, find community, make lifelong friendships, seek out leadership opportunities, and serve the Auburn community. With three governing councils and 50 organizations, we believe there is a place for you! Learn more about the councils and organizations at Auburn University below.

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Interfraternity Council

Over 100 years after its founding, the fraternity community at Auburn University is thriving. With 26 fraternities and almost 3,000 members, Greek men represent 26% of the male undergraduate student body. Our mission is to govern, serve, represent, and promote, with the highest standard of integrity, its member fraternities. We exist as a resource to facilitate the growth and development of responsibility, leadership, scholastic achievement, civic engagement, and brotherhood.

National Pan-Hellenic Council

50 years ago, the first black Greek-letter fraternity was established at Auburn University. Since then the fraternity and sorority community has grown to almost 100 members, with 6 organizations, 3 sororities, and 3 fraternities. We are proud of the rich legacy and culture that is celebrated in our community. Our mission is to promote high standards of scholarship, a greater degree of culture, closer social fellowship, and a stronger inter-fraternal spirit among affiliate members.

Panhellenic Council

Since 1929, the sorority community has made an impact on women’s leadership and empowerment at Auburn University. With 18 sororities and over 5,000 members, Greek women make up 48% of the female undergraduate student body. We are proud of our history and believe in the power behind women supporting women. Our mission is to strive through thought, word, and action, to uphold the traditions, fine standards, and values long held by Auburn women.

Upcoming Events

Interfraternity Council

May 1: 2024 Summer/Fall Recruitment Registration Opens

May 24: IFC Summer Recruitment Begins

May 31: Bids may begin being distributed

June 15-16: IFC Formal Recruitment Weekend #1

July 13-14: IFC Formal Recruitment Weekend #2

August 14: IFC Rec Day

August 18: IFC Recruitment Kickoff

August 21: Required IFC Formal Recruitment

August 22: Optional IFC Formal Recruitment

August 30: New Member Education Begins

September 6: Bids are Due

October 25: Last Day of New Member Education

National Pan-Hellenic Council

February 18-24: Alpha Kappa Alpha Week

March 10-16: Zeta Phi Beta Week

March 24-30: Sigma Gamma Rho Week

March 31-April 6: Phi Beta Sigma Week

April 7-13: Omega Psi Phi Week

Panhellenic Council

Chapters Participating in Spring COB:

    • Alpha Xi Delta
    • Gamma Phi Beta
    • Kappa Alpha Theta
    • Sigma Kappa
    • Sigma Sigma Sigma


Fall Primary Recruitment Dates:

June 1:  Recruitment registration begins online

July 7: Deadline to order extra t-shirts through registration

July 14: Registration deadline

August 2, 3, 5: Returning Member Move-In

August 6-8: Potential New Member Early Move-In

August 9: Kickoff & Ice Water Teas Round

August 10-12: Philanthropy Round

August 13-15: Sisterhood Round

August 16: Preference Round

August 17: Bid Day

Last modified: March 20, 2024