Sorority and Fraternity Life
Be a Part of the Tradition
The Sorority and Fraternity Life community at Marquette University has a long, rich tradition of fostering student involvement on campus. Fraternities and sororities have been a part of the Marquette community for over 100 years. Since 1900, students have chosen to become members of sororities and fraternities at Marquette because of the advantages the organizations provide.
Marquette Sorority and Fraternity Life Mission Statement
As a Catholic, Jesuit university, Marquette Sorority and Fraternity Life serves the university mission with integrity and aspires for excellence while respecting the dignity and diversity of its members. Our Greek community exists to enhance the lives of individuals by providing involvement opportunities and advocating for the needs of the campus and greater Milwaukee community. Through the bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood, Marquette Sorority and Fraternity Life strives to strengthen its members through scholarship, leadership, service, and inclusion.
Some Facts About Sorority and Fraternity Life
- The vast majority of U.S. senators, Supreme Court justices, and presidents have been members of fraternities or sororities.
- 85 percent of Fortune 500 company executives have been a part of the Sorority and Fraternity community.
- Less than 2 percent of an average college student's expenses go toward fraternity dues. (U.S. Office of Education)
Forms and Resources
Center for Leadership, Service and Involvement
The Center for Leadership, Service and Involvement is a space created to support Sorority and Fraternity Life organizations in their daily work. Highlights of the center include: a PrintWise station, reserved meeting spaces and knowledgeable student staff available to support the needs of Sorority and Fraternity Life organizations and their leaders.