Fraternity and Sorority Life
The University of San Diego is home to 18 fraternities and sororities. The Greek community makes up approximately 29% of USD's student body. Our members are committed to maintain five core values and striving to develop strong friendships and leadership potential.
The Student Leadership, Involvement and Changemaking center (SLIC) oversees fraternity and sorority life and is available to answer any questions! Visit us on the 3rd Floor of the Student Life Pavilion for more information or at (619) 260-4802.
Built on Five Core Values
Social Justice and Selfless Service
The opportunity to give is the most rewarding experience in a Greek community. We gain a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction from working together to help others. By striving to raise awareness of social issues throughout our community, we make selfless service a part of the way we live.
High Social Standards
To uphold high social standards by creating a diverse and accepting community through respect, integrity, and accountability regardless of affiliation.
As leaders it is important to challenge the community to high ideals. We should lead by example and be selfless, confident, and value-based role models. It is our responsibility as leaders to promote unity within the Greek and San Diego communities.
Within Greek life, we aim to create an environment that respects, supports, and celebrates academic excellence by maintaining a higher GPA than the all-undergraduate average while upholding the academic integrity pledge.
Within our Greek community, we share a set of common values in which we have instilled a support system to hold each other accountable to the utmost standards, ideals, and a healthy lifestyle. Being a member of the Greek community, it creates a deeper bond of friendships and a sense of loyalty that provides an individual with a sense of family throughout one's lifetime.
- Oct4Tuesday, October 4, 2016 // 12 p.m. to 12 p.m.Maher Hall, Room Plaza Mayor 5998 Alcala Park
San Diego, CA 92110
- Oct4Tuesday, October 4, 2016 // 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.Hahn University Center, Room Forum C 5998 Alcala Park
San Diego, CA 92110