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Fraternity and Sorority Life

What We Value

The office of Fraternity and Sorority Life at the University of Texas at Arlington, as a component of the Division of Student Affairs, fosters a quality fraternal experience that enhances student success and development by promoting community values of integrity and learning in a diverse and inclusive setting. Fraternity and Sorority Life has a core set of values that are Pillars of the Fraternity and Sorority Life community at UTA:


Fraternities and sororities provide members with an opportunity to earn academic awards, recognition, and possibly scholarships. Each organization offers academic support programs that could require study hours, offer tutoring sessions with other members, or possibly mentoring opportunities.


In the fraternity and sorority community at UTA, we encourage more than just making new friends within one's chapter. Getting involved on campus and off allows you to help your community and give back to those around you. 


UTA offers many opportunities for students to become involved. Participation in a fraternity or sorority allows for numerous occasions for a member to develop critical leadership skills on campus and within one's own chapter.


Joining a fraternity or sorority is the beginning of a new experience with new friends and the creation of a home away from home. By joining a fraternal organization, members become part of a larger national organization and find that they have friends all over the world.

Browse Fraternity & Sorority Chapters

Search hundreds of student organizations, connect with upcoming campus events and activities, lead and take charge of your co-curricular involvement.

Organizations Directory

Students learn about services during activity fair day

Maverick Cook-out & Activity Fair Day

Hundreds of campus and community involvement resources and opportunities will be showcased at the semiannual activity fair. Organizations and agencies may also sign up to host a table.

Wednesday, August 28
10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
University Center Mall

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