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The Office of Student Engagement and Inclusion is involved with the Greek Life community at the University of Hartford, and is devoted to providing the fraternal experience, while challenging you personally and professionally, promoting academic success, maintaining the highest standards of ethical conduct, and fostering diverse, philanthropic pursuits.
The Greek community at the University of Hartford is a fairly young community, but the historical background of each of these chapters has allowed us to grow each and every year. Currently there are 501 men and women involved in Greek Life, and within this population we have 253 members who have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
The Greek Life community at the University of Hartford offer a wide range of Sororities that are devoted to challenging students personally and professionally.Learn More
The Greek Life community at the University of Hartford offer a wide range of fraternities that are devoted to challenging students personally and professionally.Learn More
At the University of Hartford, each fraternity and sorority support philanthropy efforts locally, nationally and globally.Learn More
Greek members at the University of Hartford pride themselves on their scholastic achievements. We recognize that the first priority of attending college is to attain a well-rounded education.
Greek Week is a weeklong celebration for the social fraternities and sororities on campus. This week allows members of each chapter to come together and celebrate the spirit of being a Greek member and to show off their Greek pride. Greek Week typically takes places in the spring. This year the them was Hollywood.
The Greek Life community at the University of Hartford is devoted to providing the fraternal experience, while challenging students personally and professionally, promoting academic success, maintaining the highest standards of ethical conduct, and fostering diverse, philanthropic pursuits.
The Office of Student Engagement and Inclusion actively pursues excellence amongst the Greek affiliated students at the University of Hartford, it is imperative that we hold each chapter, its members and the entire Greek community accountable and responsible.
THERE IS NO PLACE FOR HAZING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD.
You can ready about the rules in our Student Handbook, The Source page 12-14.
The Office of Student Engagement and Inclusion strives to develop members of every fraternity and sorority to become values-driven contributors to a larger society. The Greek Life Accreditation process is designed to review and assess all facets of chapter operations and is key in benchmarking Greek excellence. Accreditation will evaluate the contributions that each chapter makes to the campus and local communities.
- Showcase Greek Life and the individual organizations contributions to campus life
- Reflection of chapter development, membership development, leadership development, community service, academic achievement and philanthropic efforts
- Cultivation of chapter pride and historical documentation of annual success
Chapters will be evaluated on four metrics: Leadership & Member Development; Organizational Operations; Community Service & Engagement; Academic & Intellectual Advancement.