Greek Awards is one of the many traditions for Georgia State University Greek Life. Celebrated every spring semester, this event is held to recognize outstanding individuals and chapters who have made contributions to the Greek community in the last calendar year. The 2017 Greek Awards Celebration was held on Thursday, April 20, 2017 in the… more »
Since 1987, Women’s History Month has been celebrated annually every March, and this year’s theme for Women’s History Month is Honoring Trailblazing women in Labor and business. The women in Greek life at Georgia State University have made numerous contributions to labor and business through programming focused on the values of scholarship, leadership, sisterhood and… more »
Greek Life is pleased to announce the return of Kappa Sigma to the Greek community. The group officially returned to Georgia State in January 2017 and will be recruiting new members in the spring 2017 semester.
Kappa Sigma was founded on December 10, 1869 at The University of Virginia, with international roots to Bologna, Italy… more »
Greek Life is pleased to announce Alpha Tau Omega as the newest colony at Georgia State University! The group officially became a colony on the evening of Monday, November 14, 2016, inducting 44 gentlemen into their Alpha class.
Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity (ATO) was founded on September 11, 1865 to help heal the wounds of… more »
Here is a list of 15 reasons students should join Greek Life at Georgia State University:
Reason #1: Friends for life. Not only will Greek members make lasting friendships with their newly found sisters or brothers, but they will have opportunities to meet new people throughout the whole Greek Life community. These friendships will follow… more »
This festival is often called the Festival of Colors, since people throw water and color at each other as they celebrate brushing off the somberness of winter and showering in the warm colors of spring. This Hindu festival is celebrated in either February or March depending on the night of the full moon. Most people… more »
Each April, Greek Life holds the annual Greek Awards ceremony to honor individuals and organizations who stood out and graciously dedicated their time and energy to a variety of service, leadership, academic and social efforts. Notable guests in attendance at this year’s ceremony included Dr. Douglass F. Covey, vice president of student affairs; Dr. Darryl… more »
To start off the New Year, Greek Life held its annual one day president’s retreat at Georgia State University’s Indian Creek Lodge. During this retreat, the presidents of the 32 social Greek organizations as well as the executive officers from all four Greek Councils worked together to forge new bonds within the Greek community.… more »
To say that Greek Life at Georgia State University changed my life is too simple. It undermines the sheer brilliance of the fresh perspective it offered to me during the second semester of my freshman year. Aside from the staggering prestige and shroud of fabricated stereotypes that surround Panhellenic sororities, you will find a wonderland… more »
Alpha Epsilon Pi hosted their inaugural AEPuppies. AEPuppies was a collaborative effort with Furkids, Georgia’s largest animal rescue and no kill shelter. Furkids does not keep animals in cages. They provide adoptions at twelve local Petsmart and Petco locations throughout the city. In addition, they have three thrift stores (Norcross, Marietta and Lawrenceville) where… more »