The Florida Gulf Coast University Greek Community believes in respect and equality for all of its members, providing Brotherhood and Sisterhood through service, scholarship, and leadership opportunities that contribute to and improve the college experience.
FGCU's Greek Community fulfills this mission by:
Joining a fraternity or sorority can be one of the most wonderful decisions that you make during your college career. It is important that you are careful and thoughtful when deciding whether or not Fraternity & Sorority Life is right for you, as well as which organization best suits your personality and lifestyle. As a member of a Greek Organization, you are a life-long member, therefore it is important to make the right choice concerning which organization is best for you.
Congratulations to our 2015 Greek Awards Night Winners!
Highest GPA Spring 2014
Highest GPA Fall 2014
Most Improved GPA Spring 2014
Most Improved GPA Fall 2014
Philanthropy – Event
Philanthropy – Awareness & Education
Philanthropy – Dollars Raised per Member
Most Improved Chapter
Advisor of the Year – Faculty/Staff
Advisor of the Year – Alumni/Alumna/Volunteer
New Member of the Year
Rising Leader of the Year
Chapter President of the Year
Council Executive Board Member of the Year
Council Member of the Year
Chapter of the Year
SOAR Award (Highest Individual Recognition)
Organizations without Recognition
The following organizations are not considered registered student organizations by the University and/or the national offices.
Organizations on Interim Suspension
The following organizations are on Interim Suspension with the University and/or the chapter’s national office, pending ongoing investigations. Organizations on Interim Suspension are not in good standing with the University and are not allowed to hold regular business meetings, recruit and initiate new members, or act as an organization at any events on or off campus. The following organizations are on Interim Suspension status until further notice:
Organizations on Disciplinary Probation
The following organizations are on Disciplinary Probation with the University. Organizations on Disciplinary Probation are not in good standing with the University, but can hold regular business meetings, recruit and initiate new members, and hold events as approved by fraternity and sorority life and the Dean of Students’ Office. The following organizations are currently on Disciplinary Probation: