There has been a lot of positive work accomplished by our fraternities and sororities over the past few years that we are proud to share with you. The Greek community has grown to more than 65 chapters, 5,500 students, and 5 governing councils. In the last reporting year, our Greek community donated 104,000+ hours of community service, $640,000+ to charitable organizations, and continues to excel in the classroom achieving an average 3.22 GPA. Be sure to visit our Fraternity & Sorority Statistics page to learn more about the great work we have accomplished.
To help to you learn more about the positive impact we have been making, we have produced a Fraternity & Sorority Life video to tell you more about what an exciting time it is to be Greek at Arizona State University.
Greek Alumni Reception is hosted prior to our annual community-wide philanthropic competition, Greek Sing, as the capstone to our Greek Week. Greek Sing is a series of short performances that showcase the talent, innovation, passion and creativity of the Greek community while raising awareness and money for Valley of the Sun United Way. We hope to make this reception a new tradition for alumni to reconnect with the fraternity and sorority community.
Greek Alumni Speaker Series in 2022, we kicked off our Greek Alumni Speaker Series. This series is an opportunity for ASU Greek Life Alumni to come back and share with the fraternity and sorority community, how their fraternity membership has aided in their professional successes after leaving ASU. Our inaugural speakers were former Tempe mayor, Neil Giuliano and the President and CEO of the Duffy Group, Inc., Kathleen Duffy Ybarra. If you or any alumni you know would like to participate in this speaker series please contact Gary Ballinger, Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life.
Ways to Give Back to FSL
Jennifer was a beloved member of the ASU Greek Leadership community and as a result, left a lasting impression on everyone she interacted with. Her generosity and contributions will continue to serve multiple generations for years to come.
In memory of Jennifer Hightower, this fund provides support for Greek Leadership to advance a diverse array of objectives, including but not limited to: scholarships, support of the Community Center and the Greek Leadership Village, and furthering the Greek Letter programs at Arizona State University.
For more ways to engage as an alumnus and to update your information please visit the ASU Alumni page.