Currently, there are twenty six different Greek chapters active on campus: three gender inclusive fraternities, ten sororities, and thirteen fraternities. Most operate from residential facilities (either a free-standing house or a college-owned apartment).
If you decide to join a Greek letter organization, you will make a commitment to the organization and participate in an orientation or intake process. This process can last no longer than six weeks and will serve as a way of familiarizing the newest members with the history, activities, governing structures and values of the organization.
The Office of Greek Life staff review the content, activities and curriculum of every new member program for each recognized Greek letter organization. Each student participating in the recruitment process must complete a program educating them on the Dartmouth hazing policy and services available to them as new members, as well as a Dartmouth Bystander Initiative program, facilitated by staff from the Student Wellness Center.