Fraternity, Sorority & Co-Op Life

Fraternities and sororities have been a part of Purdue’s campus for almost 120 years.  They have continuously been challenging students to achieve greater heights intellectually, personally, and socially. Our fraternity and sorority community is known to be one of the largest in the nation and strives to maintain a balanced life based on four principles: Friendship, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service.

Cooperative Housing is a house where students live and work together to promote friendship, leadership, and life skills. Cooperative houses have between 14 and 60 members which share responsibilities such as cleaning and preparing meals to maintain a comfortable and affordable living environment. Members of the cooperative houses have between 2 and 4 hours of house duties a week.  There are 12 houses; 7 women, 5 men.

Websites are maintained by Student Leaders:

Fraternity and Sorority:

Cooperative Housing: