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The Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) community at the University of Missouri - St. Louis (UMSL) seeks to encourage members to become contributing and productive members of the campus and community. Home to 10 social, Greek-letter organizations, membership in a UMSL FSL organization offers an opportunity to cultivate academic excellence, develop leadership skills, and provide opportunities for community engagement and philanthropic pursuits while forging lifelong brotherhood and sisterhood.
The UMSL Fraternity & Sorority Life Community is home to three governing councils. These councils, listed below, oversee the operations of each of its member organizations, provide various support programs for the chapters, ensure chapters follow council, community, and campus policies, and sponsor community-wide events.
If you are interested in interacting with staff, faculty, and administration, academic support systems, hands-on leadership experience, gaining critical knowledge for future career readiness, and the chance to be a part of something larger than yourself - be sure to check out the Fraternity and Sorority Life community at UMSL! Start your journey today!
One men's fraternity makes up the Interfraternity Council at UMSL. Fraternities are not just social groups, they are values-based organizations that challenge members to reach new levels of personal development. UMSL is currently home to Sigma Tau Gamma.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) is made up of organizations commonly known as the Divine 9 or historically black, greek-lettered organizations. These organizations strive to uplift their communities and society as a whole.
Panhellenic sororities encourage women to be the best version of themselves. At UMSL we have two Panhellenic sororities - Delta Zeta & Zeta Tau Alpha.