Greek Life

Fraternities & Sororities

Mars Hill University has had a long, rich relationship with fraternities and sororities. Greek organizations are actively involved in a wide variety of service projects, social activities and the campus community.  Greek chapters have actively supported the central mission of the University by providing an out-of-class learning experience focused on academic integration, leadership development, civic engagement, and character/values.

“They are the family we choose to surround us, the people bound by love instead of blood. They know when we are lonely, and appear without being called. When we feel lost, they provide a living map to what comes next; when we doubt everything about ourselves, they remind us who we are.” ~ Barbara Alpert

RECRUITMENT POLICIES

  1. Freshmen may be part of the in-take period as long as he/she has a 2.75 high school cumulative GPA verified by the Director of Student Involvement and Leadership.
  2. Transfer, continuing, and returning students may be part of the in-take period as long as he/she has a 2.5 college cumulative GPA with 12 earned hours verified by the Director of Student Involvement and Leadership. Otherwise, the student is considered to be a freshman.
  3. Any member initiated spring 2012 and before must maintain a 2.3 cumulative GPA and any member initiated fall 2012 forward must maintain a 2.5 cumulative GPA.

INTER-GREEK COUNCIL

The Inter-Greek Council is the governing body for most Greek-life organizations. the IGC oversees recruitment and standards for the social Greek body. Two times throughout the academic year, fraternities and sororities organize and participate in activities to involve non-Greek students in their groups.

Inter-Greek Council Officers:

President: TBA
Vice President for Standards: TBA
Advisor: TBA

National Greek Organizations:

Delta Zeta National Sorority, Inc
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc
Sigma Alpha Omega Christian Sorority

Local Greek Organizations:

Delta Kappa Theta
Gamma Chi Epsilon
Sigma Alpha Chi