Dear Prospective MSU Students and Families:
There has never been a better time to join the Mississippi State University family and our Greek community. This is an exciting time in the history of our university as we continue to grow and achieve never before seen levels in and outside of the classroom. While 25% of our undergraduate students are Greek at Mississippi State University, our fraternities and sororities provide our students immeasurable opportunities during their time on campus and beyond. These organizations give students a network immediately when they step on campus comprised of current students and alumni that give them the ability to quickly find their place at our university.
Members of our fraternities and sororities are given the opportunity to better themselves in every sphere of their life. Our organizations will push every member to new levels of service, to perfect their leadership capability, strive for academic excellence, all while giving them opportunities to enhance their social skills. Fraternities and sororities are values-based organizations and each member of our organizations should hold true to those values set forth in the founding of their chapters.
We look forward to having you on campus at Mississippi State University and invite you to explore what our chapters have to offer. Being a member of one of our fraternities or sororities will allow you to become the best version of you while making your years at MSU more rewarding, enjoyable, and enriching.
In Maroon and White,
Interfratenrity Council (IFC)
National Panhellenic Council (NPC)
National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)
Multicultural Greek Council (MGC)
IFC Fraternity Recruitment
Panhellenic Sorority Recruitment
Meet the Greeks - August 23, 2017
NPHC Informational - August 20, 2017
MGC Interest Meeting - August 22, 2017
- Fraternity Grade Report - Spring 2016
- Sorority Grade Report - Spring 2016
- Fraternity Grade Report - Fall 2016
- Sorority Grade Report - Fall 2016
- Fraternity Grade Report - Spring 2017
- Sorority Grade Report - Spring 2017