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Greek Life at Pacific

Fraternity and Sorority Life

Founded upon the principles of friendship, community service, scholarship and leadership, Greek Life provides students with an enriching and rewarding experience.

Membership in a social fraternity or sorority is a good first step to enjoying all the benefits that college life has to offer and a way to make the campus feel more like home. Collectively, social Greek-letter organizations constitute one of the largest student groups on campus, and they provide opportunities for diverse and lasting social networks, academic support, and positive group experiences. Fraternity and sorority members at Pacific place a high priority on academic excellence and community service. Many of our Greek organizations provide organized study sessions and incentives for academic success. In the area of community service, fraternities and sororities regularly volunteer time to various organizations in the Stockton community, and conduct fundraising for national charities. Equally important, Pacific fraternities and sororities offer the opportunity for leadership positions that can enrich your Pacific experience. Along with your degree, your Greek experience will last long beyond your undergraduate experience.

Currently, Pacific has 13 Greek chapters on campus: six fraternities and seven sororities. The Interfraternity Council, Panhellenic Association and Multicultural Greek Council act as the governing bodies for these Greek organizations and provide opportunities for all groups to work together and promote Greek Life.

The Greek community is advised through the Housing & Greek Life Office. The office strives to build a cohesive and respected community that honors and upholds the traditions of Greek Life. We are here to assist you in any way, so feel free to contact us at (209) 946-3004 or at greeklife@pacific.edu.


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