CFSL Night of Celebration
Missing your brothers/sisters/siblings? Curious about how to continue to operate your fraternity/sorority experience remotely? Below is a list of resources collected and compiled that can assist you and your members to stay engaged with your fraternity/sorority and the university.
What is Fraternity & Sorority Life?
Fraternities and sororities have a long and important tradition as part of American higher education. Since their origins in the late 1700’s, fraternities and sororities have been organizations designed to enhance the personal, social, and moral development of college students while positively impacting their greater campus and local communities. Fraternity & sorority life serves as a premier leadership development experience designed to enhance the skills necessary to succeed as a UH student and UH alum. The fraternity & sorority experience is grounded in the following core values:
Fraternity and sorority members are committed to their intellectual growth both inside and outside of the classroom.
Fraternity & sorority members actively practice values-based leadership and look for opportunities to be involved on campus.
Service and Citizenship
Fraternity & sorority members actively participate in community service opportunities and understand social issues facing their communities.
Fraternity & sorority members show strong brotherhood/sisterhood/siblinghood through the embracing of diverse ideas and beliefs and care and concern for each other’s physical and emotional well-being.
Moral and Ethical Decision-Making
Fraternity & sorority members are instilled with the core values of their organization and of the University of Houston, and practice them in their day-to-day decision making.
Stay updated on what’s occurring in our fraternity & sorority community through our Monthly Update
This yearly publication highlights our fraternity/sorority community to students and their parents interested in exploring fraternity/sorority life.
This report details our chapter’s most recent scholastic and conduct performance.