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Greek Endowment Fund

In 2013, the Interfraternity and Panhellenic Councils established an endowment fund for the Greek Community. The funds donated to the endowment will allow for future Greek speakers, leadership workshops, recruitment workshops, and other opportunities to grow and improve our community. Donate to the endowment by clicking here

No Excuse for Sexual Assault

Greek Life at MSU has taken a stand against sexual assault. As a partner of the Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives, Greek Life is helping to spread the word that there is no excuse for sexual assault. Through a publicity campaign and community events, we hope to bring awareness to this issue and empower our members to prevent it. For more information, click here.

Our Greek Community has continued to commit itself to Sexual Assault Prevention by partnering with the Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence (SARV) team to take part in Greeks Take the Lead. This program includes interactive discussions about safety and education on topics surrounding Sexual Assault and creating a safer Greek Community here at MSU. 

2015 Relationship Violence & Sexual Misconduct Policy Student Quick Gude

Safe Celebrations

Greek Life at MSU is full of Spartan pride, however we encourage all of our members to celebrate with class. Our goal is to educate members on safe and legal celebrating to help foster a positive and responsible community.

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Hazing Prevention

Greek Life is meant to be a safe, positive, and educational part of the university experience. Hazing is contradictory to the values held by fraternities and sororities. Through education and awareness, the Greek Governing Boards hope to prevent member chapters from participating in these activities. In addition, MSU has a strict zero-tolerance policy towards hazing. For questions or to report incidents of hazing, please contact Dr. Terrence Frazier by emailing him at You can also call the National Hazing Prevention Hotline at 1 (888) NOT-HAZE or 1 (888) 668-4293