Fraternity & Sorority Life
Your odyssey of involvement at CSULB may take you in many different directions. Regardless of your major, career goals or interests, chances are you will find others who share them in a fraternity or sorority. Fraternities and sororities play an important role on CSU Long Beach campus as well as throughout the Long Beach community and beyond. Scholarship, service, cultural appreciation, and brotherhood/sisterhood are the common fraternal principles founded by each of our Greek lettered organizations. Being part of these organization will provide ample opportunities for you to participate in activities that will enhance your personal development, promote academics success, and advance your leadership skills.
Fall 2019 Recruitment Information
Fraternity and Sorority Life Fair
Aug. 28th and 29th 10am to 2pm, Speakers Platform
Week of Welcome
Sep. 4th and Sep. 5th 11am to 2pm, Upper Campus Quad
|Panhellenic Council||National Pan-Hellenic Council|
When: August 29th and September 4th at 6 pm
Where: Daniel Recital Hall
Panhellenic is a collective of 8 social sororities. Here you will find a diverse group of women who are committed to the friendship, leadership, service, knowledge and integrity.
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When: September 11th at 6:30pm
Where: USU - Beach Auditorium
The National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc. (NPHC) is the governing council of the 9 largest historically Black fraternities and sororities (Divine Nine).
|Interfraternity Council||Cultural Greek Council|
When: August 30th and September 4th at 6:00pm
Where: USU Beach Auditorium
CSULB's Interfraternity Council is a body of social fraternities whose primary focus is to develop fraternity members through intellectual, social leadership, and humanitarian pursuits.
When: September 5th at 6:00pm
Where: USU Ballroom
The Cultural Greek Council is the governing council of our culturally-based organizations including historically Latino/Latina, Asian American, and LGBTQ+ sororities and fraternities.
FSL Pre- Recruitment Education Program
There are many things to know about fraternity and sorority membership. This program is designed to help you learn more about this particular involvement opportunity at CSULB. Fraternity and sorority members hold high a core set of values that support greater academic success, community service and philanthropy, and the development and strengthening of leadership skills. Any student interested in participating in any fraternity or sorority recruitment event must complete the Pre-Recruitment Education Program (PREP) in its entirety. This program is estimated to take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Click Here to take the PREP