The Department of Student Engagement/Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) work to support our students in recognized fraternities and sororities as they promote their core values of service, scholarship, friendship, leadership and accountability. Our office is committed to strengthening our chapters individually, as well as the FSL community as a whole. We also serve as the University liaison to FSL alumni, chapter headquarters and council headquarters.
Getting involved in the FSL community is a lifelong commitment. All members are held to a higher standard — not only by their individual organizations but also by the University as a whole. Members are provided opportunities to meet others through social events, volunteer in the community, be supported academically and grow interpersonally. More than that, it offers a sense of belonging on campus and a place to be yourself.
Embry-Riddle is currently home to five fraternities and three sororities, each offering students the chance to get involved and become a part of their larger network of brothers and sisters. You can learn more about our FSL community by visiting the Fraternity and Sorority Eagle Life website.