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Office of Student Life & Development

Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life

Greek Life at Morgan State University

Fraternities, sororities, and social clubs were established at Morgan State University as early as 1916 and since then have played an active and vital role in the lives of many of our students.

Currently 19 fraternities, sororities, and social fellowships organized into two governing councils provide many Morgan State students with a personal and interactive collegiate experience. Members of fraternities, sororities, and social clubs are active in all aspects of life on campus including clubs and honor societies, major campus entities such as Student Government, Inter-Residence Council, and Morgan State athletic teams. The organizations themselves provide many activities, events, and programs for the entire campus community. If nothing else, Greek Life provides a broad range of opportunities and experiences for its members from which memories and personal growth are just two of the benefits.

National Pan-Hellenic Council

Council of Independent Organizations

Qualifications for Membership in a Fraternity, Sorority or Social Fellowship

A prospective candidate must meet the following minimum requirements:

  1. Registered full-time Morgan State University student
  2. Minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.7, on a 4.0 scale
  3. Earned at least 24 credit hours from Morgan State University
  4. No judicial sanctions
  5. Must have made satisfactory arrangements with the Office of Financial Aid
  6. Must have attended a Membership Intake Orientation 
  7. Transfer students must have attended Morgan State University for at least one semester, and also have earned the required minimum of 24 credit hours, twelve (12) of which must have been earned at Morgan State University

Membership Intake Orientation
Students who are seeking membership in a fraternity, sorority, or social fellowship are required to attend Membership Intake Orientation (MIO). MIO will consist of a review of the University's membership intake guidelines, academic requirements and policy on hazing. MIO meetings will occur during the fall and spring semesters. Aspirants must attend MIO during the semester they wish to participate in membership intake.