Greeks give back to campus
DEPARTMENT OF STUDENT AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND GREEK LIFE
Founding principles of Greek Life
Scholarship Academic excellence is a tradition and priority for the FSU Greek community. Through a series of programs and workshops and the creation of scholarship chair positions within our governing bodies, we assist members to excel as students, and are providing workshops, training and seminars on topics such as time management and study skills. Leadership Greek Life offers its members endless leadership opportunities and the chance to serve as officers within their individual chapters and as executive members of the governing bodies. Together with Student Activities, we sponsor and participate in a variety of leadership programs, workshops and social events. Service Each year, members of the Greek community contribute hours and money to local and national charities. We take part in a wide variety of philanthropic events and encourage the campus and local communities to participate.
Greeks help freshmen move into residence halls.
To be eligible to join a Greek organization, students must meet the following requirements:
Students clean up Frostburg at Beautify the â€˜Burg
STEP 1 Be a current student at FSU and have successfully completed a minimum of 12 credit hours as a full-time student at FSU or another accredited college or university during the previous semester. First semester freshman may not join a Greek organization. STEP 2 Have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. In addition, some organizations have additional academic requirements. Pleasecheck with the organization of interest. STEP 3 Be a ready for a lifetime of leadership, service, connections and fun in and outside of Frostburg State University.
Greek Week Games
Published on Jun 15, 2016
Frostburg State University's Student and Community Involvement Brochure 2016-17