Why Go Greek?
Joining a Greek fraternity or sorority at The University of Texas at Tyler is a great opportunity to get involved on campus, enhance your college education and hone your personal skills through leadership, scholarship and service, and form lifelong friendships.
Going Greek is an excellent way to sharpen your leadership skills. Greek students are leaders by serving their organization as an executive board member, a committee member or chairperson. Greeks are also involved across campus as members of the Greek Week Steering Committee, Orientation Student Coordinators, Orientation Leader Team, Patriot Singers, Student Government Association and more!
Greek students are committed to excellence in scholarship. Each Greek organization sets a requirement for chapter members to maintain a certain GPA in order to remain active and participate in fraternity/sorority events.
Greeks are committed to service toward their organization's national philanthropy and local community. Greek groups complete hundreds of hours of community service each semester and participate in Greekwide service projects during the annual Greek Week.
Brotherhood and sisterhood in a Greek community are strong bonds that tie together a diverse group of individuals through much more than just wearing the same letters. Once you are Greek, you are Greek for life. With alumni groups throughout the world, after graduation you can still enjoy brotherhood and sisterhood activities, and find an instant support group – no matter where you go.
DEC9UT Tyler Ring Ceremony
University Center Theater 6pm
DEC9Library Extended Hours
DEC10Library Extended Hours
DEC10"What Cheer" - Christmas Choral Concert -
First Presbyterian Church - 6:00 pm
DEC11Library Finals Hours
Current members can view community service report forms, Greek policies and risk management information on our Resources page.
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How to Join
There are many ways to get involved with Greek Life at UT Tyler. There are four National Greek organizations on Campus. Read More