Since 1872, Michigan State University’s Fraternity and Sorority Community has been a thriving part of campus life. Joining a Fraternity or Sorority brings life long relationships, opportunities for personal and career growth, and a national network of alumni across the globe.

Safe Halloween

This year Safe Halloween 2021 is back in person and will take place on Wednesday, October 27th, 2021 from 5pm - 7pm on M.A.C Avenue. The Safe Halloween committee has members from all four councils and is an annual event in which fraternity and sorority chapters host a carnival of various Halloween activities for children to enjoy. The purpose of Safe Halloween is to provide a safe alternative to trick-or-treating for the children of East Lansing's community. 

M.A.C. and surrounding streets are closed off for the event, inviting children to enjoy haunted houses and festive games at each sorority house. In the streets, a DJ plays our Halloween tunes while you can choose to bounce on the moonwalk or carouse the activities sponsored by chapter houses. Safe Halloween provides a means for chapters to participate together in a community building philanthropy project, and to facilitate positive public interactions with the East Lansing community.

Have concerns this Halloween and MSU vs. UM Game weekend? Utilize the IFC and Panhellenic Complaint forms below. Anonymous submissions will be accepted, but including contact information is greatly preferred. Contact information will be shared only with the Chair of the IFC Standards Board, as well as the chair of the PC Judicial Board.

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Making sure the fall semester is healthy and safe will take the entire MSU community working together. All students, staff and faculty members are required to be vaccinated by Aug. 31, with limited exemptions. We are all in this together and, together, we will keep campus safe.

The university is requiring all MSU students, faculty and staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and wear appropriate face coverings indoors. 

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2021-22 Greeks Take the Lead Feedback Form

The Prevention, Outreach and Education Department and Michigan State Fraternity & Sorority Life are looking to capture feedback from fraternity and sorority students on potential topics to include for “Greeks Take the Lead” in this upcoming academic year.  

Please fill out this anonymous interest form if you are an undergraduate fraternity or sorority member and would like to provide feedback on topics you'd like to be incorporated into Greeks Take the Lead program.  Feedback provided by Friday, October 1st will be prioritized, but please feel free to fill out this form any time afterwards.

Further information can be found here: https://poe.msu.edu/programs/gttl1819.html 


The Fraternity & Sorority Life Staff is actively working with the university, national headquarters, and City of East Lansing this fall.

*To report positive COVID cases: call the Ingham County Health Department at 517-887-4308 (option #3).

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