Fraternity & Sorority Involvement


Fraternity & Sorority Involvement strives to develop the whole person through intentional programming to lead principled lives.

Fraternities and sororities are an established tradition on the University of Montana campus, dating back more than 110 years.

Throughout the year there are a number of opportunities for you to meet current members and learn more about getting involved.

Members contribute over 16,000 hours of community service.Greek members studying on the Oval.

What It’s All About

There are many depictions of fraternities and sororities in the mainstream media today, allusions by television characters and news anchors that immoral and lewd behavior is synonymous with the actions of fraternity and sorority members. Our fraternity and sorority community provides an experience that allows the students to become better and more ethical men and women.

Chariot racesOver $16,000 in scholarships is available to members from alumni and other organizations.

What Financial Resources Are Available?

A common misconception is that being a part of a fraternity or sorority is financially burdensome and unaffordable. There are financial obligations to be a member of a fraternity or sorority that your student will be responsible for paying each semester. The amount is dependent on what organization your student decides to join. The University of Montana is fortunate to have strong alumni that support our community. There are several ways that your student could find money to help offset the cost of being in an organization. National organizations, individual chapters, and community alumni all offer scholarships.

No matter what organization you choose, you will become a relevant and contributing member to the institution and society through personal development in our core values.

Fraternity and sorority members donated over $15,000 for the Missoula community.Greek members walking on campus.