Going Greek at Carnegie Mellon

Fraternities and sororities have a long, rich tradition at Carnegie Mellon. Greek organizations were founded on the ideals of leadership, scholarship, community service and friendship, which the fraternities and sororities at Carnegie Mellon continue to uphold today.

Approximately 18% of undergraduates participate in Carnegie Mellon’s Greek Life as members of 23 active fraternity and sorority chapters. Since 1900, students have chosen to become members of Greek organizations. Members of the Greek community are heavily involved in leadership and service activities. Each semester, members of the Greek community give back by contributing several thousand hours of service to various causes. At the same time, over a quarter of fraternity and sorority members hold leadership positions in other campus organizations.

Check out Carnegie Mellon's Greek Life website to learn more about Greek Life at Carnegie Mellon.