Fraternity and Sorority Life

The Greek community at Carroll University has a rich history of fostering growth for its members, the university and our surrounding community. Greek organizations are founded on the ideals of scholarship, leadership, friendship and community service.

Meet our Greeks

The best way to find out about Carroll's two fraternities and four sororities is to attend recruitment events and meet current members. You can also express interest to a particular chapter by contacting the recruitment chair.


Registration for sorority recruitment goes live on July 1, 2023.
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a group of sorority students standing in front of a building.	Alpha Gamma Delta (ΑΓΔ)

Alpha Gamma Delta is an international fraternity for women that exists to provide opportunities for personal development through the spirit of sisterhood.

A group of smiling young women dressed in white with angel-themed accessories, holding signs and letters that spell out "axid," possibly welcoming new members to their sorority. Alpha Xi Delta (ΑΞΔ)

Alpha Xi Delta will: nurture unity and cooperation; foster intellectual, professional and personal growth; exemplify the highest ethical conduct; instill community responsibility; perpetuate fraternal growth.

A group of smiling young women posing for a photo together, some holding symbols or letters, suggesting they might be part of a sorority or student organization. Chi Omega (ΧΩ)

Chi Omega is an intergenerational women’s organization forever committed to our founding purposes: friendship, personal integrity, service to others, academic excellence in intellectual pursuits, community and campus involvement and personal and career development.

Gamma Alpha Omega Sorority Gamma Alpha Omega (ΓΑΩ)

Gamma Alpha Omega is a Latina-founded, multicultural organization that exists to: increase the number of women with college educations and advanced degrees; provide mentors for youth, women and underrepresented communities; support individual leaders in each member; and provide lifelong support for sisters, rooted in the pillars of Honesty, Integrity, Leadership, Scholarship and Unity.


Registration for fraternity recruitment goes live on July 1, 2023.
Register here


Members of Delta Rho Upsilon Delta Rho Upsilon (ΔΡΥ)

Delta Rho Upsilon is a social fraternity committed to building strong bonds of brotherhood and friendships that transcend a few years of college.

Logo of Sigma Tau fraternity Sigma Tau Gamma (ΣΤΓ)

Sigma Tau Gamma is new to Carroll in 2017. It's mission is to be a fraternity of courageous and noble gentlemen who always endeavor forward.

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Why participate in a fraternity or sorority? Lifelong friendships, a full social calendar and more:


As a member of a Greek organization, you will forge connections not just with current chapter members, but with a large network of former members as well. A fraternity or sorority is not just a four-year college experience; it's a lifetime involvement. 

Fraternities and sororities raise money for national and local charities on a regular basis

Numerous national studies show that students who are active in a fraternity or sorority generally have higher grade point averages than the general student body. Greek organization members also graduate at a higher rate. 



Wright House, 119 Wright St., is designated as the fraternity and sorority house and provides office space for Greek Life staff, conference rooms and chapter suites. There is a full kitchen and lounge area. The Greek community uses Wright House for recruitment events, mixers, meetings, and for hanging out or studying.

Four Pillars through the Greek Perspective

Integrated Knowledge

The Greek community at Carroll University strongly supports Carroll’s extensive foundation as a liberal arts university. Academics are a large portion of the average college student’s life and the Greek community at Carroll is committed to developing further success in academic achievement. Carroll’s Greek community has a wide variety of students who are studying in a wide array of majors and fields of studies, who are committed to further academic success.

Life Long Skills

Carroll’s Greek community is dedicated to providing its members with the opportunity to develop useful life long skills that will undoubtedly help them after they graduate and move on from Carroll. Being a part of Carroll’s Greek community gives one the opportunity to learn how to plan events, how to stay organized, and how to work with others effectively and efficiently. Carroll’s Greek community frequently hosts and sponsors events relating to professional development.

Enduring Values

Just as Carroll University has certain values it expects its students to uphold, each Greek organization also has certain values and creed that they strive to uphold. These include a dedication to academic achievement, leadership development and the creation of brotherhood or sisterhood.

Gateway Experiences

Not only does Carroll University strive to prepare students for life after college, but Carroll’s Greek community does as well. Carroll’s Greek community provides the opportunity for extensive networking with a very strong and large group of successful alumni. Carroll’s Greek community also offers opportunity for leadership development and this helps create well-rounded individuals.


Each chapter collects dues to pay for various activities and events of the chapter. Dues are set by the individual chapters and can fluctuate depending on number of members, economic conditions, etc. Dues are used towards paying for social events, recruiting activities, leadership development programs, scholarships and much more. Chapters also have payment plan options to assist members.


University policy, state law and individual fraternity and sorority policies prohibit hazing. If a student believes that he or she is being hazed, he or she should report it immediately to the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, chapter advisor, university official or a police officer. All reports of hazing are handled in a serious and timely manner.

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