Welcome Parents!California State University, Chico’s Greek community is dynamic and growing. Currently there are over 1,200 Chico State students affiliated with 23 University Recognized Greek letter fraternities and sororities. Fraternity and sorority members represent approximately 12% of the undergraduate student body.
University Recognized fraternities and sororities are self-governing organizations that are formally recognized by the University. Fraternity and Sorority Affairs coordinates most programmatic and administrative functions. Our Fraternity and Sorority Coordinators are full-time professionals who oversee the operations and education of the Greek Community.Being a member of our Greek community has helped many Chico State fraternity and sorority members adapt to the scholastic and social challenges posed by college life. They find a support system within their chapter that is “a home away from home.” Chico State Greek students gain valuable leadership skills, raise money for local charities, and frequently exceed the all campus GPA. They hold AS leadership positions, volunteer thousands of hours each year to the Chico community, and make friendships that will last a lifetime.
Joining a fraternity or sorority at Chico State is an important decision for your son or daughter, and one you need to be comfortable with as well. We hope that this page will provide you with information about Chico State’s Greek community and answers to your questions.
- The Difference Between University Recognized and Unrecognized Fraternities and Sororities
- Parents’ FAQ’s
- Benefits of Greek life FAQ’s
Please contact us with any additional questions you may have about our Greek community or fraternities and sororities.
The Chico State Fraternity and Sorority Affairs Staff