Welcome to UCO Fraternity and Sorority Life! Sororities and fraternities on the UCO Campus have a proud past and a promising future. Whether you're an incoming freshman, parent, current member chapter, advisor or proud alumni, we hope this site will be helpful and provide you information about the great Greek system at UCO.
UCO Fraternity and Sorority Life began more than 50 years ago and remains a strong presence on the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma. Our Greek community boasts a legacy of committed members who have contributed to the continued growth and success of the Greek system. Being Greek opens doors to academic initiatives, campus involvement, leadership opportunities, philanthropic service, personal enrichment and a connection that lasts a lifetime. With 20 amazing Greek organizations, there is an opportunity for everyone. Be Unique, Choose UCO Greek!
Want to learn more about our community? Visit the council and chapter pages, browse through our viewbook, or contact our office.
Panhellenic Council Fall 2015 Formal Recruitment
Our annual Summer Tea is schedule for Sunday, July 19, 2015 at 3:00 pm in the Nigh University Center Ballrooms. This event is open to all prospective students interested in learning about or joining one of our Panhellenic chapters. Parents and/or guardians are welcome to attend as they will get the opportunity to attend our parent session. Please RSVP if you plan to attend! We will accept online RSVPs until Friday, July 17th, but welcome walk-up registration on the day of the event.
Fall Formal Recruitment is right around the corner! If you are interested in going through formal recruitment in August 2015, complete an application beginning May 8, 2015. You will need to send in some extra materials, so please register early. Registration will close at 11:59pm on Tuesday, August 18, 2015. Please review the information in our 2015 Panhellenic Recruitment Viewbook.
Following formal recruitment, some chapters may seek additional new members until they reach the maximum size allowed for the year. This is not guaranteed or required, so interested women should contact the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life or individual chapters to determine the status of recruitment activities on campus.