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Quick Facts about the Greek Community at Dartmouth College

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Information about the GLC First Year Policy (for First Year Students)

Information and ideas about organizing First Year Programs (for Greek members)

View Fall First Year Events Calendar

News 

Congratulations to Samuel Waltemeyer, Assistant Director of GLOS Standards and Management, newly elected President of Phi Mu Delta national fraternity

Sam was elected at the 56th National Conclave in Greenwich, CT on 7-10 August, 2014

Phi Mu Delta (ΦΜΔ) is a small, national fraternity founded on March 1, 1918 at the Universities of Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Vermont.

The fraternity is focused on the three ideals of democracy, service, and brotherhood

Phi Mu Delta was the first national fraternity to accept men regardless of their race or religious affiliation, Phi Mu Delta has as its mission, to provide a positive fraternity experience for today's college man, encouraging high personal standards, morally, mentally, and spiritually, and, to help its members live the ideals of our founders: democracy, brotherhood and service

Congratulations to Sam! 

News GLC Newsletters 

How many fraternities on campus?

17

How many sororities on campus?

10

How many coeducational fraternities on campus?

3

Philanthropy

The Prouty July 2014 - Greek chapters at Dartmouth College raised $108,769.02 for the Norris Cotton Cancer Center at Dartmouth Hitchcock Hospital

CHaD October 2013 - Dartmouth College Greek community fundraising through Philanthropic All American Rush (P.A.A.R.) raised $48,923.02 which was doubled by Positive Tracks to make a total donation of $97,84604 to the Childrens Hospital at Dartmouth. More info here

More service and philanthropy details here

Spring 14

Greek students GPA 3.53

 Unaffiliated students GPA 3.50    

Winter 14

Greek students GPA 3.50 

Unaffiliated students GPA 3.48

Fall 13

Greek students GPA 3.44 

Unaffiliated students GPA 3.43

More grade information here     

Greek Membership TOTAL percentage of all undergraduate students 

More membership information here     

 

50.3%

Eligibility Students are eligible to participate in recruitment from the Fall of their sophomore year. Specific eligibility requirements  

Housing The majority of our Greek chapters have premises on campus, some college-owned, some privately owned, most are houses, some chapters have on-campus apartments. More information on individual chapters  Undergraduate Housing website  Undergraduate Housing Dates and Deadlines 

Financial Information  Costs Involved   Rent in Greek chapter premises  Joining a fraternity or sorority comes with a financial commitment. Dues go toward the programming and chapter operating expenses. Financial obligations differ among individual chapters, as well as whether you will be living in or out of a chapter house. Average dues for men are $342 per term on campus, excluding any social dues. For women, the average dues are $308 per term on campus, again excluding any social fees that may also be charged. When you participate in the recruitment process, make sure to ask about the exact financial obligations of membership for each organization. 

Members of Alpha Chi Alpha running in the CHaD Half Marathon

Members of Alpha Chi Alpha participating in the CHaD Half Marathon as part of the P.A.A.R. competition to raise money for the Children's Hospital at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center

Last Updated: 9/12/14