Fraternity & Sorority Life
"A William & Mary Tradition Since 1776"
In 1776, five students at the College founded Phi Beta Kappa, the first organization to call itself a fraternity. It is only appropriate that the College of William & Mary is often referred to as the "Birthplace of the American College Fraternity." Since that time, fraternities and sororities have evolved, but still remain committed to similar principles and values, such as scholarship, service, brotherhood/sisterhood, and leadership. Here at the College the tradition of fraternity remains strong and our Fraternity & Sorority Community plays a vital role on campus and in the community.
AnnouncementsAnnouncing Order of Omega's Newest Members
Congratulations to the Spring 2013 class of Order of Omega inductees!
Several sororities will be holding open house events this spring for women interested in participating in the recruitment process next semester.
The W&M chapter of Order of Omega (National Fraternity/Sorority Honor Society) invites junior and senior members of the W&M Fraternity/Sorority community to apply for membership.
Apply for Greek Awards - due 3/15
Scholarship applications are now available for students who are members of National Panhellenic Conference sororities/fraternities.
Check out the Spring 2012 Greek Grade Report
A message from the College's Hazing Prevention Coalition