Sorority & Fraternity Affairs

Sorority & Fraternity Affairs

The purpose of the Florida Greek Community is to foster the development of well-rounded individuals who embody the values of positive leadership, service, scholarship and community while maintaining respect for the values, traditions and rituals of the member chapters.

Sorority and Fraternity Affairs is the office of professional staff that provides guidance, education and support to the Florida Greek community. To contact SFA, call (352) 392-1671 or click here to find and email a member of the staff directly.


Apply by March 17 for the First Florida Greek Service Trip

Sorority and Fraternity Affairs’ first alternative break service trip is here! We will travel to City of Refuge in Atlanta, Ga., on April 7, returning April 9.

We are looking forward to a great experience with you that will help further tell our narrative and the positive impact we have on local communities. This particular opportunity will allow students to provide tangible service, learn more about homelessness and its realities, and develop new friendships. 

Interested? Complete the online application ASAP - deadline is March 17: cost is approximately $100 per participant, which includes housing and food.

Selected individuals will receive further information upon completion of their application. Have additional questions? Please email Justin Goldsman at


Register Now for All Greek Service Day on Feb. 25

All Greek Service Day is an annual event hosted by Order of Omega, a national honor society recognizing fraternity men and sorority women excelling in leadership and service. UF's Greek students unite to volunteer at service sites all over Gainesville.

2017's All Greek Service Day is Sat., Feb. 25, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. We ask that each chapter register by Feb. 17, at 5 p.m., for a two-hour shift at one of the participating service locations:
Keep Alachua County Beautiful
Kanapaha Botanical Gardens
St. Francis House Gainesville
UF Project Makeover

For any additional questions, please contact Sorority and Fraternity Affairs: Call (352) 392-1671, or click here to find and email a member of the staff directly.


The Florida Greek Standards Accreditation Program (FGS)

Click here for the Florida Greek Standards Accreditation Program Submission form 

The Florida Greek Standards Accreditation Program (FGS) is a set of guidelines and achievements that establishes minimum operating standards for social sororities and fraternities at the University of Florida, as well as opportunities for demonstrating success above and beyond the minimum expectations.

Based on the community’s tenets of scholarship, leadership, service and community, this program is designed to identify and encourage high ideals, principles, and standards critical to the success of each organization and its members. 




The Florida Greek Standards Accreditation Program (FGS) assessment is based upon the chapter's completion of the minimum requirements and additional opportunities for excellence as outlined in our policy. Each chapter will receive an official designation in one of the four chapter categories, directly reflecting that particular chapter's achievement for the previous academic year: Chapter of Excellence, Noteworthy Chapter, Accredited Chapter, and Provisional Chapter.

Chapters scoring at the provisional level will meet with the FGS Review Committee to create an action plan for the upcoming 2016-2017 year. Being a provisional chapter does not restrict the amount of service, philanthropy, or social events the organization can host throughout the year. Please click here to view the statuses of University of Florida's sororities and fraternities. 


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