The Office of Greek Life at the University of Michigan is dedicated to the development of its diverse student body through close collaboration with the University Community, fraternity & sorority alumni, International organizations, and Ann Arbor Community. We will provide quality academic, personal, social, and service opportunities that will empower our students to serve, lead, and conduct themselves with integrity and in accordance with sound values.
The Office of Greek Life is a University department within Student Life charged with supporting the fraternity and sorority community. The full-time and part-time staff members work closely with the four councils and the affiliated organizations to aid students with recruitment, intake, event planning, educational programming, social, philanthropic and logistical needs. Staff members also serve as facilitators and educators at retreats and other forums and workshops. They act as liaisons to alumni, parents, City of Ann Arbor officials, Inter/National headquarters, and University faculty and staff. Additionally, the staff assists individual chapters with their programming ideas, problem-solving and leadership development. The Office of Greek Life is primarily funded through dues paid by fraternity and sorority collegiate members.