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Fraternity & Sorority Life


VISION: To create an exemplary leadership experience for fraternities & sororities at the community, chapter, and individual levels, focused on developing holistic individuals who will become responsible leaders for tomorrow.

MISSION: In support of the College’s mission, The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life provides meaningful opportunities for personal growth in the areas of values-based leadership and decision making, professional development, academic achievement, and social excellence, empowers members to create positive change and to maximize their potential through advising with a developmental approach, and educates with the purpose to create exemplary fraternity men and sorority women.


Rollins’ first fraternities and sororities began in 1903 and have continued to offer opportunities to develop students into the people they want to become. Currently, 28% of the student population is affiliated with a fraternal organization, and the fraternity and sorority community is eager to make that percentage grow! We believe that when the fraternity and sorority experience is done right, it can be the premier leadership experience on a college campus. You will be presented with opportunities to live in a chapter house, establish strong friendships, make connections to faculty and staff, contribute to the local area through service and leadership, gain valuable academic support, and of course, have fun! 
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College Panhellenic (CPH)

College Panhellenic is the governing body responsible for the direction and maintenance of all seven women’s fraternal organizations recognized by Rollins College, including out local chapter. The council is responsible for the implementation of educational programming, academic support, leadership development initiatives, formal sorority recruitment, and sorority-wide philanthropic and service efforts. 
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Interfraternity Council (IFC)

The Interfraternity Council is the governing association for all men’s fraternal organizations recognized by Rollins College, including local and inter/national chapters. The IFC plans and implements various educational and leadership programs for its members, while also providing administrative guidance for policy, procedure, recruitment, academic issues, and governance. 
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