Fraternity & Sorority Affairs
For more than 100 years, the strong Greek system at Lehigh has been an important part of the student experience. The deeply rooted and well-established Greek system offers wide latitude in options, allowing most students interested in Greek life to find an organization that reflects their individual values, needs and interests.
Nearly all of Lehigh’s fraternities and sororities live in university owned houses, with most of the fraternities and sororities located on “the Hill” along Upper and Lower Sayre Park Roads.
Recently, non-residential fraternities were added to offer another option for those students drawn to the Greek experience. They are the first non-residential fraternities in the university’s history. Also recently added were culturally based fraternities and sororities.
Participants in the Greek system will find numerous opportunities to gain leadership experience, as well as the chance to develop long-lasting friendships with the other members of their houses. These living groups also play an important role in life on-campus and beyond, as fraternities and sororities do much to help and impact the surrounding community.
Fraternity and Sorority Affairs Web site