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Social fraternities and sororities are student organizations distinguished by Greek-letter names, often called “Greek” organizations because of this designation, whose primary purpose is to cultivate members scholastically, socially, and civically. Fraternities are organizations for men designed to promote scholarship and leadership, stimulate social interaction, and offer the opportunity for development of meaningful relationships. Similarly, sororities are organizations for women which promote scholarship, service to campus and community, development of strong long-lasting friendships, and promotion of leadership opportunities.
Fraternity and Sorority Life at Clayton State University is governed by the Fraternity and Sorority Council (FSC). The FSC functions to foster positive Greek Life relations on campus through programming and service initiatives; and assisting each represented organization with achieving and maintaining high standards of scholastic, moral and social deportment. The FSC consists of one representative from each recognized social fraternity and sorority on the Clayton State University campus. The FSC is advised by the Greek Life Coordinator and is governed by the FSC Constitution.