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University of the Pacific
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, California 95211

About FSL

Welcome to Fraternity & Sorority Life at Pacific!

Fraternity and sorority life at Pacific is home to 11 social fraternities and sororities and 15 professional fraternities. Each organization is affiliated with one of the governing councils: Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, Panhellenic Council, and the Professional Greek Council.

Organizations within the fraternity and sorority community  

Mission of Fraternity & Sorority Life 
The mission of  Fraternity & Sorority Life  is to foster the learning and development of students who affiliate with social fraternities and sororities at University of the Pacific.  Fraternity & Sorority Life will provide opportunities and support for our community to be a relevant and contributing part of fulfilling the mission of both the Division of Student Life and the institution. 

To accomplish our mission,  Fraternity & Sorority Life  will provide opportunities and support to meet the Standards of Excellence set within the four pillars of our community through the following: 

Pillar 1 - Scholarship & Learning
To advance Scholarship & Learning, FSL will promote academic excellence and intellectual growth through: 

  • Advocating for our community to achieve academic standards above the all-student average
  • Promoting success of all members through recognition and accountability initiatives
  • Providing a system of support to assist students in meeting their educational and personal goals
  • Providing opportunities for students to integrate in-class and out-of-class learning

Pillar 2 - Leadership & Values
To advance Leadership & Values, FSL will maximize the potential and abilities of our students through:

  • Advocating for congruence with the ritual and values of our chapters, councils, and community
  • Providing opportunities for self-governance, and organizational leadership and development 
  • Providing education and experience in leadership and identity development 
  • Promoting collaboration with stakeholders and involvement in co-curricular activities

Pillar 3 - Service & Philanthropy 
To advance Service & Philanthropy, FSL will encourage a culture of community engagement and volunteerism through: 

  • Advocating for students to lead positive change on campus and in our surrounding community 
  • Supporting chapter's efforts to advance espoused philanthropy and service interests
  • Providing opportunities for community service, service-learning, and philanthropic projects
  • Providing systems for chapter and individual recognition, and community reports to demonstrate impact

Pillar 4 - Brotherhood & Sisterhood
To advance Brotherhood & Sisterhood, FSL will cultivate an inclusive and respectful interfraternal community through:

  • Advocating for collaboration and appreciation amongst chapters, councils, and community
  • Promoting peer accountability, anti-hazing, social responsibility, and respect for difference
  • Providing open recruitment opportunities to those seeking connection, meaning, and purpose
  • Promoting lifelong involvement by providing connection for members beyond graduation