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Fraternity & Sorority Life

Fraternity & Sorority Life - Cleveland State University

Interested in joining a fraternity or sorority at CSU? CLICK HERE and fill out our form and we will send you more information about the organizations you're interested in! 



Greetings and Welcome to Fraternity & Sorority Life at Cleveland State University!  CSU is proud to host a community comprised of several national collegiate fraternal organizations that stress the mission and vision of the American Fraternity Movement. It is our sincere hope that you will become part of our future and leave your legacy at CSU.

Members of the Fraternity & Sorority Community at Cleveland State create smaller communities within the larger university environment and are committed to the basic principles of membership within their organizations and councils:  

  • Leadership Development
  • Academic Excellence
  • Community Service & Philanthropy
  • A Home Away from Home
  • Brotherhood & Sisterhood
  • Learning outside of the classroom
  • Spiritual, Intellectual, & Social Growth & Development
  • Alumni Involvement

Building lifelong friendships through collaborative and meaningful relationships is also a major component to the fraternity and sorority experience at Cleveland State.

Cleveland State University has a zero tolerance policy for hazing. No student should be subject to harmful, inappropriate, or coerced behavior in order to be a member or participate in Student Organizations at CSU. Hazing is against CSU’s Student Code of Conduct and against Ohio law.

Hazing is defined in the Student Code of Conduct as:
““Hazing” - any conduct, act, method of, or coercion of another to do an act of initiation or admission into any organization, which occurs on or off university premises and which willfully or recklessly, causes or creates a substantial risk of causing physical or mental harm to any student or other person. Examples include, but are not limited to, extended deprivation of sleep or rest; forced consumption of food, liquor, other beverages, or drugs; beating or branding; forced exclusion from social contact; and/or forced conduct, which could result in embarrassment to any person. Any activity or behavior meeting the definition as described in this paragraph shall be considered a forced activity, notwithstanding the willingness of the individual involved to participate in such activity.”  

Students AND registered student organizations who violate this policy will be reported to Student conduct and the appropriate authorities. If you wish to report an act of hazing, you can email or report anonymously at If you have any questions or concerns about hazing please contact the Center for Campus Engagement or visit