Mason Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) is a dynamic community that has been a part of the Mason community since its inception beginning with two fraternities and one sorority, and now having grown to 38 Greek letter organizations with a diverse population of 1,700+ students. Our community prides itself on the pillars of leadership, service, philanthropy, community, friendship and scholarship. During the year, GMU Greeks participate in a variety of events that directly reflect our core values. In addition, our members hold numerous leadership positions on campus and in our 250+ student organizations. Greeks are everywhere from Patriot leaders, athletics, Student Government and more.
Being a member of a Greek organization provides numerous benefits. Our students realize these benefits through active engagement in a community that promotes the importance of scholastic achievement, good character, personal success and balance. Being Greek is also an excellent way to build leadership experience, gain life skills and enhance your college experience.
Fraternity & Sorority Life Commitment to End Sexual Violence
In December 2014, The Fraternity & Sorority Life community issued a statement regarding their commitment to end sexual violence in their community. The statement was signed by each of the four council presidents and is outlined below:
In support of University Life’s Strategic Plan, we pledge to provide safe environments for all members of our community and will not tolerate sexual misconduct of any kind. As leaders of the George Mason Fraternity and Sorority Community, we commit to training our members to be engaged bystanders and play a pivotal role in the eradication of sexual violence on our campus.
Sean Copeland, President of the George Mason University Interfraternity Council
Susan Andrejcak, President of the George Mason University National Panhellenic Council
Jamison Hicks, President of the George Mason University National Pan Hellenic Council
Christine Nguyen , President of the George Mason University Multicultural Greek Council