The Greek Life Office at Campbell University works with seven recognized organizations. Our office provides leadership, direction, and advising to these values based organizations. The office is also responsible for developing leadership programs and workshops, managing membership and recruitment, organizing risk management, and maintaining communication with alumnae advisors, faculty, and parents.
The CU Greek Life community offers undergraduate students an enriching co-curricular experience that complements the mission of the University. Being a part of a Greek organization will be your home away from home during your time here at Campbell. The friendships and relationships you create will last a lifetime. Students who are involved in Greek organizations are provided with endless leadership opportunities which have a positive effect on their personal and professional development. Students also perform better academically in the classroom and are more likely to persist to graduation than their counterparts. Fraternities and sororities are committed to service and have an overall better understanding of being a positive and contributing member to the larger community they are a part of. These organizations offer a long lasting support network and overall positive college experience.
While our organizations were founded upon differing ideals and beliefs and bring unique identities to campus, we all have four core values or “pillars” we share and strive to achieve through our programs and actions. Those pillars are: leadership, scholarship, service, and friendship.
We hope you explore the opportunity to join the CU Greek Life community. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Cassie Hughes, the Assistant Director of Greek Life and Student Leadership. She is happy to help in any way she can. She can be reached at (910) 814-4915 or [email protected]
January 20th and 21st: New Member Interest Meeting at 6pm in Lynch Auditorium. All new members are required to attend ONE meeting.
January 20th and 21st: First round of recruitment starting at 7pm in Lundy Fetterman. New members will have the opportunity to meet both organizations during this night. New members will receive a schedule of events for recruitment week.
January 25th-January 31st: Sorority Recruitment Week.
January 27th and 28th: New Member Interest Meeting at 6pm in Turner Auditorium. All new members are required to attend ONE meeting.
January 27th and 28th: First round of recruitment starting at 7pm in Taylor Hall. New members will have the opportunity to meet all participating organizations during this night. New members will receive a schedule of events for rush week.
February 1st-February 7th: Fraternity Rush Week.
Tue, 09 Feb 2016
Mon, 08 Feb 2016
Fri, 05 Feb 2016