UCI Greek Life

About UCI Sorority & Fraternity Life

Section 1

We Are Ambitious

UCI Sorority & Fraternity students strive to stand out from the crowd, to excel in every chapter of life, and to manifest a world that is greater than the one we were handed. We are successful students with fruitful futures ahead of us.

We Are Diverse

UCI Sorority & Fraternity Life is comprised of nearly 50 organizations representing historical and cultural values that span the globe and political spectrum. Our members have vivid life stories, and all are committed to a life that is Next Level.

We Are Electrifying

UCI Sorority & Fraternity Life have a college experience that shines. We exude pride in ourselves, our organizations, & our school. Everything about our college lives is brighter, happier, & more powerful because of Sorority & Fraternity Life.

About UCI Sorority & Fraternity Life

Community Demographics

Total Members: 2,071
Percentage of Undergrad Population: 7.24%
Fraternity Members: 879 (6.38%)
Sorority Members: 1,192 (8.09%)
Fraternities: 23
Sororities: 23
All Greek GPA: 3.041
All Fraternity GPA: 2.936
All Sorority GPA: 3.116
(*GPA and Membership Data from Winter 2019)

Mission

Sorority & Fraternity Life at UC Irvine works with students to create an inclusive environment that challenges members to develop into leaders who uphold the values, oaths, and commitments of their collegiate fraternal organization at UC Irvine. Sorority & Fraternity Life values ongoing relationships with alumni, volunteers, campus administrators, and the surrounding community in order to create meaningful and purposeful undergraduate experiences that foster a commitment to service and lifetime membership.

History

When UCI opened in 1965 there were no fraternities or sororities on campus.  By 1973, the Sorority & Fraternity community was created with three fraternities and three sororities. Over 40+ years later community has grown to 46 fraternities and sororities and has a very large multicultural Greek population.  Currently 2,000+ undergraduate students belong to a fraternity/sorority.