Fraternity & Sorority News
Fall 2013 Greek Move In Volunteers are needed! To apply to help W&J First Year Students Move into W&J in August please fill out the form here
Applications due Monday, April 29th.
Fall 2012 grades are in! The all-Greek GPA is a 3.17, higher than the all-campus GPA. The all-sorority GPA is a 3.28 and the all-fraternity GPA is a 3.05, both higher than their respective all-women's and all-men's GPAs. For more details, please see the Academic Excellence section.
Order of Omega Greek Leadership Honor Society will be taking applications in September for their new class. You must have above the all-Greek GPA (3.22), be a Junior or Senior for Fall 2013, and be involved in your chapter and the Greek community.
Gamma Sigma Alpha Greek Academic Honor Society will be accepting new members who are a Junior or Senior in Spring 2013 and hold a 3.5 or above GPA at the start of their Junior year, or any semester during their Junior or Senior year.
About W&J Greek Life
Washington and Jefferson College is home to ten Greek Letter organizations: six (6) fraternities and four (4) NPC sororities, all of whom reside on campus in the College-owned Chestnut Street housing. The Greek Community at W&J is based on four standards that fraternities and sororities everywhere strive to achieve:
Our organizations seek members that reflect a commitment to these values. Approximately 42% of students belong to a Fraternity or Sorority during their time at W&J and include members of the Student Government Association Executive Board, many W&J Athletes, Homecoming Queens and Kings, members of the Mock Trial team and writers for the Red & Black newspaper.
The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life serves as a liason among the fraternity and sorority chapters on campus, the college faculty and staff, parents, alumni and the inter/national organziations. We provide educational programming, resources, leadership opportunities and service events to attain universal growth for our Greek community. We support the Greek organizations by serving as advocates for the students, advising the chapter leaders and also challenging them to live their life by their fraternal values and ideals. We encourage you to explore the website and discover the future of Greek Life at W&J! Please stop by the office, Room 305 of Rossin Campus Center or contact us for more information!