The Department of Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) is committed to supporting our students and partners in response to the COVID 19 pandemic. We are continuously seeking to address the needs of our students through partnerships with each of our chapters, their inter/national organizations, and the overall Kennesaw State University community.
FSL will assist the council and chapter leaders to customize their plans for the campus, including ensuring the safety of our students as they return to in-person operations and activities. When needed we are committed to provide virtual engagement opportunities for students. Planning for philanthropic events, community service, leadership development and community engagement are also underway; again, with an increased focus on engagement while maintaining safety protocols are in place. Each council will continue their revised risk management practices for gatherings and events in regards to COVID considerations.
All chapters are expected to adhere to CDC and University guidelines and State directives for social distancing in order to reduce the transmission of COVID19. We encourage all chapters to visit https://coronavirus.kennesaw.edu/#campusevents as they navigate planning their fall calendars.
We will post updates as we have them on this website and social media.
Upcoming FSL and Community Events+View Calendar
- Jan30Spring 2022 NPHC Convocation - Women OnlyTime: 3:00 pm Location: Marietta Campus Engineering "Q" Building
- Jan30Spring 2022 NPHC Convocation - Men OnlyTime: 3:00 pm Location: Marietta Campus Engineering "Q" Building
Thank you for visiting the Department of Fraternity & Sorority Life website and welcome to Kennesaw State University! The Department of Fraternity & Sorority Life is committed to enriching students’ collegiate experience and fostering a community of values-based organizations through a commitment to accountability, courageous leadership, and stewardship. For over 40 years, fraternities and sororities at KSU have had a proud tradition of academic excellence, service to the community, and playing a significant role in the lives of hundreds of students and alumni.
Today, our community is comprised of 32 fraternities and sororities across four councils, including 14 culturally based organizations. There are over 2,000 members who make every organization unique and vital to our vibrant community. Though the mission and values may vary, each chapter has a rich history of promoting scholarship, service, leadership, and community.
We encourage you to browse our website and check out our brief video below to learn
more about our community and the unparalleled opportunities membership in a fraternity
or sorority offers.