About Greek Life at Dartmouth

Since 1842, fraternity and sorority life has been an exciting and important part of the Dartmouth College experience. 

About Us

Greek organizations agree to uphold six principles through their activities, programs, and philosophies. These principles are Scholarship, Leadership, Service, Brotherhood & Sisterhood, Inclusiveness, and Accountability.

The Greek letter community is diverse, with both local and nationally affiliated organizations representing the National Panhellenic Conference, the North-American Interfraternity Conference, National Pan-Hellenic Council, and the Multicultural Greek Council.

The Office of Greek Life is responsible for leadership development, organizational management, and general administration for all Greek-letter organizations, Greek honor societies, undergraduate societies, and senior societies at Dartmouth College.

Members, officers, and advisors, please check the Office of Greek Life Handbook for any questions you may have.