Fraternal Leadership & Learning

The University of Mississippi
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  • Fraternal Leadership & Learning

    Greetings and Hotty Toddy!

    Thank you for your interest in Fraternal Leadership & Learning at the University of Mississippi. With nearly 7,500 affiliated students, representing individuals from across the country and around the world, we are a robust community of engaged scholars, leaders and community servants. Comprising 32 organizations within the Interfraternity Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council and College Panhellenic Association, we are proud to offer a variety of membership opportunities and a transformative experience for our members.

    As a university entity, Fraternal Leadership & Learning provides services that culminate in comprehensive support for our members, alumni, advisers, organizations, and councils. In addition to administration and planning, community member and council development, and leadership education, Fraternal Leadership & Learning provides advising to all three governing councils and three auxiliary organizations, house director support and training, chapter adviser support, intentional educational programming, and recruitment and intake management.

    There is much to be proud of here at the University of Mississippi concerning our Greek-letter organizations. Our chapters work hard to enhance their members’ skill sets, develop beneficial networks and create opportunities that connect in-class learning to out-of-class experiences. Academic excellence continues to drive our students’ scholastic achievement. As a point of pride, the all-Greek semester GPA has exceeded the all-undergraduate GPA for the past ten consecutive semesters. Further, our governing councils and individual organizations continue to implement accountability mechanisms to ensure that academics remain a priority. Additionally, philanthropic endeavors continue to raise awareness and provide hundreds of thousands of dollars in funding for a wide array of philanthropic causes. Through all of this, we are certain that our students are finding communities where their sense of belonging is fulfilled in the collegiate environment.

    An open letter to our fraternity & sorority community

    October 4, 2018

    This letter is intended for the entire community—current and new members, student leaders, chapter advisors, housing corporation members, chapter alumni, national office leadership, and parents of current and new members—because it takes all of us to create and maintain a culture of care and safety.