Fraternity & Sorority Life
Welcome to Fraternity and Sorority Life!
The Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) community at UW Oshkosh is a strong campus tradition that goes back to the year 1960! Over 50 years after its formation, the fraternity and sorority community continues to operate at a high level and produces amazing graduates for the University. The FSL community is made up of 5 sororities and 8 fraternities and represents a wide array of students. There are currently over 400 undergraduates involved in the community and it continues to grow every semester.
The FSL community has chosen to dedicate their time and attention to four major pillars: Leadership, Service, Scholarship, and Friendship. These four pillars will allow students the ability to grow and mature during their time in college and provide them the tools to be successful after college. Students attend workshops and trainings, plan philanthropic and social events, develop academic plans for members to attain good grades and graduate, and learn how to strengthen bonds between people of diverse backgrounds.
In addition to having a network of thousands of alumni and the current members of each organization providing advice and support throughout a student’s collegiate journey, they have the opportunity to gain hands on experience building professional skills. Fraternity and sorority leaders manage budgets, plan events, recruit new members, educate those members, manage conflict, and support each other. Membership in a fraternity or sorority helps foster special friendships and creates many valuable networks to help you succeed in college and beyond.