Fraternities and sororities are an integral part of USC since their beginning in 1889. Founding principles of academics, civic engagement, leadership, cultural understanding, and well-being are the guiding values in which chapters strive for locally and nationally.

The Trojan Fraternity & Sorority Community includes more than 40 organizations organized into five governing councils along with two honor societies, . The five governing councils are: Asian Greek Council, USC Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, and Panhellenic Council.

Part of your undergraduate journey is seeking and participating in involvement opportunities to enrich your Trojan experience. It is great to hear you are interested in joining a fraternity or sorority at the University of Southern California!

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Joining a fraternity or sorority at USC opens the doors to limitless opportunities and lifelong friendships. The Trojan Fraternity & Sorority Community enhances your personal growth and individuality while linking you to a sisterhood or brotherhood that shares your goals and values.

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Eligibility

Beginning fall 2018, students interested in joining a fraternity or sorority must have completed a minimum of 12 academic units at USC and earn a minimum USC grade point average of 2.50.

Chapters

Please review which fraternities and sororities are active and recognized by the university and those who are no longer recognized or active. Please note that joining an unrecognized group can impact your student status.

Staying Safe

Trojan Fraternity & Sorority Awards are the annual recognition awards to celebrate the hard work and accomplishments of the Trojan Fraternity Sorority community.

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Membership Experience

See how your members academically perform each semester.

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Conduct & Judicial

As demonstrated in the Trojan Greek Standards & Accreditation, membership in a fraternity or sorority is considered to be a privilege, and with this privilege comes the responsibility to perform in a manner exemplifying the ideals of the Trojan: faithful, scholarly, skillful, courageous, and ambitious.

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Parents & Family

FSLD works with all councils to engage parents, families, and external stakeholders looking to support the fraternity and sorority membership experience.

Eligibility & Intake & Recruitment

Information, guidance, and decisions on COVID-19 is constantly evolving regarding operations for the next academic year, especially for fall 2021.

FSLD and councils are planning for multiple scenarios and will pivot operations when finalized guidance is available. Fall 2021 intake and recruitment dates will be available early summer 2021.

With that said, dates and processes below are subject to change. FSLD and councils will communicate in multiple avenues on any changes. Thank you in advance for the patience and understanding.

*please note, all dates and times listed are subject to change.

Asian Greek Council

Fall 2021: DiSCover AGC August 2021 (time and location TBD)

If you would like additional information about Asian Greek Council organizations, please contact us at USCFSLD@usc.edu.

Interfraternity Council Recruitment
Multicultural Greek Council Recruitment/Intake
National Pan-Hellenic Council Intake
Panhellenic Council Recruitment