- Ask questions: What are your interests? What are your organizations values? What opportunities exist for you? How has your organization helped you grow? What is your philanthropy?
- Attend an info session to learn more!
How do I determine which chapter is best for me?
What are the financial obligations?
Do Greek chapters provide housing?
Is there hazing?
How much time will I have to put into it?
How can I support my student as they consider Fraternity & Sorority Life?
Will my student experience stereotypical fraternity or sorority that I see in the media?
What do I do if I have a question or concern?
What should I do if my student is interested in joining an org not recognized by CSUSM?
All student organizations at CSUSM go through a recognition process which includes advisement, education, and expectations from the campus and CSU. Additionally fraternities and sororities (please refer to the Chapter Directory) are provided training/education and have policies/procedures from the University and their individual regional/inter/national groups around organizational and risk management. Your student may be recruited by a group not recognized by CSUSM or following policies outlined in the Student Organization and/or Fraternity/Sorority Handbooks. There are risks associated with affiliation of non-recognized organizations. Please reference the recognized chapter letter for spring 2021 for the most up to date list.