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Fraternities, Sororities, Coed & Other Social Houses
Greek life at Dartmouth, committed to an open atmosphere, is distinctive. More than half of eligible students become a part of it by affiliating with a house.
Members of Dartmouth's Greek houses are some of the most active participants in the College community and beyond. Guided by the Six Principles of Greek Life at Dartmouth, they are dedicated to Service, Accountability, Brotherhood/Sisterhood, Scholarship, Leadership, and Inclusivity. Continuing dialogue with the College administration helps Greek organizations remain true to these principles. Organizations are structured to provide a variety of programs for all Dartmouth students, create service initiatives for the local community, and ensure that they provide safe and accessible social spaces for all of campus.
- All first year students are unaffiliated. This gives all students the chance to see if Greek life is something they want to be a part of. The social spaces offered by fraternities, sororities, and co-ed houses are frequently open to all students.
- Once you are a sophomore, you are eligible to take part in rush.
- With many different types of Greek houses, as well as undergraduate societies, there are a variety of atmospheres for students to enjoy.
- Greek houses bring together students from all campus organizations and communities. Houses included members involved in all types of activities, from varsity sports to student publications to various clubs. In fact, houses aim to include members that are representative of all of Dartmouth.
- Greek houses are organizations and living spaces run completely by students. Members are in charge of finances, programs, internal adjudication, and facility operations, and can gain valuable real-world experience running an organization.