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Greek Life

Thank you for your interest in Fraternity & Sorority Life at Seton Hall!

Our Greek organizations are comprised of groups of individuals with various interests. They are bonded together by common goals and aspirations. Scholarship, leadership, service, and lifelong brotherhood/sisterhood are just some of the shared values our organizations are founded on and continue to promote.

Joining a fraternity or sorority is a lifetime commitment – a commitment that will benefit you now and in the future. The friendships and skills you build when you join a Greek organization are forged and built to last a lifetime. Our Greek community has so much to offer you. It's comprised of chapters that are individually unique, but together, they are a complete and united community. 

The Greek community at Seton Hall University is governed by the Greek Municipal Assembly (GMA), which has representation from each organization, and three councils, each with a group of organizations under its jurisdiction. To learn more about GMA and the three councils use the navigation on the left.


Getting involved in Greek Life can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your college career. Take some time to explore our website. Click here to learn more about recruitment at Seton Hall »



Collegiate Panhellenic Council

  • The governing body of six women's sororities at Seton Hall. All of the organizations that fall under this governing council are recognized member-organizations of the National Panhellenic Conference. For more information in regards to CPC's Formal Recruitment process, feel free to email

Interfraternity Council (IFC)

  • The governing body which represents six men's Fraternities at Seton Hall University. Email to learn more about these organizations.

United Greek Council

  • The governing board that oversees all cultural, multi-cultural, and Black Greek lettered organizations-. UGC strives to foster a diverse inclusive environment for all students. Contact for more information about our culturally based Greek organizations.

Special Interest Greek Organizations

  • Seton Hall's Fraternity and Sorority community also hosts Special Interest Fraternities and Sororities. These organizations have specific focus for their members such as service, professionalism, and even nursing.

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If your son or daughter is considering or has already joined a fraternity or sorority, please read through our pages or click here to find out more.

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