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Fraternities & Sororities are single sex secret societies that were founded on college campuses in the 19th century. Today, these organizations exist as values-based organizations for men and women to provide academic support and friendship, as well as opportunities for service and leadership development. Chapters strive to make UMBC an increasingly healthy and inclusive community.

Our community includes more than 20 chapters in four councils, including culturally focused chapters and historically black chapters. The nearly 500 members of the UMBC Greek Community provide a home away from home for each other.

For more information about Fraternity and Sorority Life at UMBC, contact Cory Bosco, Coordinator of Student Life for Fraternities and Sororities at cbosco@umbc.edu or 410-455-3319.