Loyola's Greek community provides opportunities for growth and excellence in academics, service, social interaction, intramural athletics, and values-based leadership. It's also a great way to make lifelong friendships. With 12 Greek organizations, joining a fraternity or sorority is an excellent way to get involved at Loyola. Make sure to check us out on Facebook here!
Greek Week will take place from March 7 - March 12, 2015. For more information on Greek Week 2015, check out our website! The website includes information on teams, the schedule for the week, point standings, and penny war standings.
The Panhellenic Association will be hosting a Sorority Recruitment Information Session for the Spring 2015 semester on Tuesday January 27, 2015 from 12:30 - 2:00pm in the Audubon Room, located on the 2nd floor of the Danna Student Center. Come learn more about the four Panhellenic sororities on campus and see when recruitment events will be held for the spring semester! You can RSVP for the information sesison here.
*To sign up for the spring recruitment process, please go here.
To learn a little bit more about each of our sororites, check out their chapter made videos below!
Check out our Frequently Asked Questions for answers to commonly asked questions regarding the Sorority Recruitment Process!
For any other questions regarding sorority recruitment or the registration process, please contact the Vice President of Recruitment, Lily Wang, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 2015 Fraternity Recruitment will take place betwee January 13 - January 23, 2015. To learn more about the recruitment process and the fraternities Loyola has to offer, we suggest attending a Fraternity Recruitment Information Session on one of the following days:
*To sign up for fraternity recruitment, please fill go here to fill out a registration form.
For questions about Fraternity Recruitment, please contact the Vice President for Recruitment and Marketing, Noah Borer, at email@example.com.
IFC is also a supportive entity for the fraternities at Loyola. The IFC Executive Board hosts programs throughout the year such as IFC Recruitment, national speakers, recruitment training, chapter goal setting seminars, and more.
NPHC ensures collective programming and cooperation among the member organizations so that each organization can uphold its mission and provide service to the community.
The Panhellenic Association aims to assist all members in becoming well-rounded women. The college Panhellenic Council is part of the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC). Founded in 1902, NPC is comprised of 26 national and international women's fraternities and sororities.
The Fraternity and Sorority Standards of Excellence (SOE) are designed to assist chapters in ensuring they are offering a well-rounded membership experience for their members and that they are fully functioning fraternal organizations at Loyola University New Orleans.
The SOE focus on eight major areas of fraternal organizations including:
SOE designations and notifications are sent at the end of the academic year in May. Please see the SOE packet below for standards and deadlines.
Chapters can track their progress at any time by checking the Standards of Excellence Tracking Document.
Fraternity and Sorority Life Grade Reports for the following semesters can be found below:
ICS is used to update chapter rosters. Please remember that chapter roster updates are due on the following dates each year:
December 7th - roster that will be used to calculate GPA reports
May 3rd - roster that will be used to calculate GPA reports
Loyola University New Orleans does not tolerate hazing and severe action will be taken against any student or organization found in violation of the Hazing Policy, up to and including indefinite revocation of the charter for the organization and suspension or dismissal for students involved. Loyola University New Orleans is committed to a safe and healthy campus for students, faculty, staff and visitors. Our university family is dedicated to supporting an environment that encourages respect for the dignity and rights of the entire university community.