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Welcome to Mizzou

Fraternities and sororities have been an integral part of student and campus life at the University of Missouri for more than 150 years.

The University of Missouri is committed to partnering with students, alumni, national headquarters and various stakeholders to ensure that fraternity and sorority members thrive. Working together, we can create an environment that maximizes opportunities for personal and academic growth in a safe environment that supports our university values of Respect, Responsibility, Discovery and Excellence.

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Register for PHA and IFC Recruitment

Registration is now open for students interested in joining PHA sororities and IFC fraternities this fall. Just click on the appropriate link below.

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Resources for Virtual Chapter Management

The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life wants to help you navigate the era of virtual engagement. We hope these resources will help you maintain a strong sense of scholarship, leadership, service, and brotherhood and sisterhood as you navigate a virtual fraternity and sorority experience.

Virtual Chapter Management

FSL Stories

150 years strongGreek Life At 150

A century and a half ago, five young men formed the first fraternity at a public university west of the Mississippi River.


Gavin Spoor, AFNR ’20, at his farm.

Harvesting Success

Fraternity life bridges the gap between Gavin Spoor’s focus on studies and building his popcorn farm.

Hazing policy

The University of Missouri is dedicated to upholding an environment of respect and support. Hazing violates university policy, state law, and individual fraternity and sorority policies. You can make a confidential report through the Office of Student Accountability & Support. You can also report hazing anonymously on the national Greek Anti-Hazing Hotline.

Advisory Board Report

As part of our commitment to strengthening fraternity and sorority life at Mizzou, the University of Missouri general counsel and the interim vice chancellor for student affairs commissioned an external consultant to assess the current policies and procedures in place for fraternity and sorority life, with a particular focus on providing an overall risk assessment of the community.

Download the Advisory Board Report [PDF]


Faculty Council Shared Governance Award presented to Fraternity and Sorority Advisory Board 2018-2019

The Fraternity & Sorority Advisory Board is honored to receive the Faculty Council Shared Governance Award in recognition of their demonstrated commitment to and excellence in shared governance on the Mizzou campus. Read more about about award.