West Virginia University’s Greek community is home to three Greek leadership councils, 29 chapters, and over 2,000 students. With more than 100 years of history on campus, our Greek community is founded on the ideals of scholarship, service, leadership, and friendship.

WVU fraternity and sorority members have a strong commitment to philanthropy and community service – last year they raised over $50,000 for various charities and performed over 10,000 community service hours.


The Office of Student Activities advises chapters and councils, coordinates Recruitment, provides valuable programming, serves as a liaison to national headquarters, and tracks academic and retention statistics. Our office helps to foster the ideals of leadership and academic advancement.

Throughout the year be watching this space for information about Greek Life activities!

Fraternity Council elects new leaders

WVU Inter-Fraternity Council and Panhellenic Council to hold candlelight vigil for Nolan Burch

Alpha Phi Alpha’s Roper selected as Mr. Mountaineer

Elder and Poe Crowned for Homecoming 2014

WVU Greek community attends leadership summit

WVU hosts first-ever Greek Leadership Summit

Tips and information about joining sororities and fraternities at WVU

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