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Greek life at CCU

Welcome! 

I am so glad you have found yourself exploring the Coastal Carolina University fraternity and sorority community. With 21 chapters, the fraternity and sorority community at CCU includes more than 1,200 students. These students represent a wide cross-section of the university community. You'll find incredible diversity in the majors, hometowns, backgrounds, and involvement of members at CCU. 

Deciding to join a fraternity or sorority can and should be a profoundly positive and life-changing experience for a student. The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life is committed to helping develop students as leaders and scholars while also promoting safety and accountability amongst their peers. Inherently, fraternities and sororities were created as values-based organizations. We strive to promote the core principles of membership in all aspects of life. These principles include:

  • Service
  • Scholarship
  • Friendship
  • Leadership
  • Philanthropy

While fraternities and sororities have longstanding rituals and traditions, students should never be asked or told to do anything that is inconsistent or compromises their own values and principles. As such, hazing is not consistent with the values inherent in foundation of fraternities and sororities, nor of Coastal Carolina University.

As you explore our website, please take note of the organizations that are recognized by the university. In order to have a safe and positive experience, it is imperative that our campus has a partnership with the Inter/National organizations that govern and oversee our chapters. You can visit each Inter/National organization webpage to see the policies, procedures, and opportunities that these groups offer. 

I hope you will also find a plethora of information about how to join and some of the opportunities we provide to fraternity and sorority students at Coastal Carolina University, including leadership opportunites on the council executive boards, leadership trainings for officers, retreats for new members, Greek Week activities, and so much more. 

Being Greek has had a profound impact on my personal and professional life. I know firsthand the positive experience membership can have on your collegiate experience and beyond. If you are interested in joining one of our organizations at Coastal Carolina University, then I hope you will begin by researching our chapters and doing some internal reflection on your personal values and the experience you hope to create as a CCU student. When you are ready, we'd love to see you at some events and hope to one day share our fraternal bonds. If you ever have any questions, concerns, or need resources, please do not hesitate to reach out to me in the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life in the Lib Jackson Student Union, office B201. 

Go Chants! 

Amanda Eisele 

Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life

 

 

CONTACT

Amanda Eisele
Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life
Lib Jackson Student Union B201
843-349-2336
aeisele@coastal.edu