Fraternities and sororities at Ball State University are mission-driven and values-based organizations. Our organizations promote the development of personal and organizational values and their integration into the daily lives of our members. This is a community that fosters academic growth, philanthropic dedication, leadership skills, ethical behavior, and lifelong relationships. For this reason, Greek students at Ball State University have higher GPAs, stay in school and graduate in higher numbers, take leadership in the university community, and make a significant impact in the Ball State and wider community.
As of spring 2016, the Ball State Greek community has accomplished significant milestones:
In addition, joining a fraternity or sorority provides a network of friends and creates a home away from home for many students on Ball State’s campus. After graduation, the fraternity and sorority experiences continue, providing networking opportunities and friendships throughout life. The result of fraternity and sorority membership: a bond that transcends your time at Ball State and will always be with you wherever your career after college may take you.
Learn more about the benefits of Greek life.
All 30 chapters will be present at the Meet the Greeks event on August 25, 2016 from 6-8 p.m. on the University Green! Free food and yard games will be provided!
For background information, visit the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), Rights of New Member and Benefits pages.
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