Membership in a fraternity or sorority is for a lifetime. The Greek experience creates strong relationships that go beyond ordinary friendships. Fraternity and sorority alumni organizations remain in touch through newsletters, social media and by periodically returning to campus for special events which extend those friendships.
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The UNCW Greek community is extremely proud of its past history and equally excited about a growing future. The average number of students that typically join a fraternity or sorority on a college campus in America is around 10%. UNCW exceeds that national average with over 12% of the students belonging to a social Greek organization.
This website was created by UNCW Greek alumni to promote Greek life and serve as a valuable resource.
Thinking about joining a Fraternity or Sorority?
Joining an on-campus club or organization is a great way to meet new people and develop your interpersonal skills. Joining a fraternity or sorority provides the same opportunities with an additional advantage since once you become Greek - you are a Greek member for life.
More importantly, the bonds you develop by joining a fraternity or sorority are stronger than any friendships you might build at a club. It offers the best avenue to maintain lifelong friendships.
National studies show that less than 3% of the United States is Greek. However, the number of those in leadership roles are significantly higher. For example, over 75% of the 50 largest corporations in America are headed by Greek men and women,
Greek members also understand the importance of giving and on average donate more than four times as much to their respective universities as alumni than non-Greeks. This is a clear indicator of the positive experience they had by becoming a member of a fraternity or sorority. Make the time to learn more about the Greeks at UNCW.
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UNCW Greek Community Welcomes The Newest Organizations
The UNCW Greek community welcomes Delta Kappa Epsilon as the newest national social fraternity to arrive on campus. They join a long list of successful new start-ups with the ever expanding fraternity system. Click here to reach their website. Also new to campus is Sigma Gamma Mu which was formed last fall with over 28 brothers as local social fraternity. As a non-national fraternity they plan to create new traditions as they build the newest Greek organization on campus. Click here to reach their website.
Alpha Chi Omega sorority began the year by successfully recruiting new members that will help charter the new colony. ACO plans to join the other eight sororities in on-campus housing when they move into the Suites next fall semester.
Another fraternity with a strong alumni base is planning to come to campus. The Chi Phi fraternity alumni are formulating plans to reestablish their chapter which was a dominant campus leader for many years at UNCW. Click here to read about their past presence.