Welcome to Fraternity, Sorority and Cooperative Life at Purdue University!

 

COVID-19 Updates

The Fraternity, Sorority, and Cooperative Life Staff are doing our best to provide continued guidance and support to our community members. Here are some important updates: 

FSCL has issued an update regarding FSCL chapter and house facilities, as well as general operations

Krach Leadership Center has been closed until further notice. Staff will continue operations and support services via virtual meetings, phone calls, emails, or other virtual platforms. We will provide an update regarding our regular office operations as soon as we can.

Are you a chapter or council officer looking for support? We are happy to schedule virtual consultations with you! To schedule a virtual meeting with any members of our staff, you can do so at: https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar/MSpencerHudec@purdue.edu/bookings/

It is important that you remain up to date with university news and resources as it relates to Coronavirus/COVID-19 response. You can find that information HERE.

 

For over 100 years...

Purdue University's West Lafayette campus has been host to fraternities, sororities, and cooperatives. Today, Purdue boasts one of the nation's largest Fraternity, Sorority and Cooperative communities, with over 6,000 students holding membership in over 90 organizations.  About 20% of Purdue's undergraduates are members of a fraternity, sorority, or cooperative. The Fraternity, Sorority and Cooperative community (FSCL) focuses on scholarship, service, philanthropic giving, leadership development, and brotherhood/sisterhood/siblinghood. Several of Purdue's most distinguished graduates are members of fraternities, sororities, and cooperatives.

Purdue University is home to 11 cooperative houses and more than 80 fraternities and sororities. The Interfraternity Council governs 41 men's fraternities at Purdue. The Multicultural Greek Council governs 10 multicultural fraternities and sororities.  The National Pan-Hellenic Council governs 9 historically African-American fraternities and sororities at Purdue.  The Panhellenic Association governs 21 women's fraternities and sororities. The 11 cooperative houses are governed by the Purdue Cooperative Council. For more information on the individual organizations check out their pages under the Prospective Members tab. 

Vision

Fraternity, Sorority and Cooperative Life will foster an inclusive living and learning experience conducive to student success, safety and holistic development.

Mission

Fraternity, Sorority and Cooperative Life provides a meaningful co-curricular experience through academic support, leadership development, civic engagement and organizational excellence.

Path Moving Forward

A message from our governing council Presidents: "Throughout our time here at Purdue, we learn how we must continuously improve in order to achieve our potential. This same fact is true for our organizations. It’s essential we carry on the tradition of our self-governance. Please click here to view our Path Moving Forward document; it takes a look at where we are today, and the steps we must take as we move into the future. We want to emphasize that nothing contained in this document is a policy change, but rather an operational shift. We know that in order to make lasting, impactful change, it requires an investment from all of our members."

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