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Mission Statement: The mission of the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life is to foster an inclusive environment and commitment to student growth, academic excellence, civic engagement, leadership development, positive relationships, and risk reduction education.
Vision: To provide excellence in active advising of fraternity and sorority leaders that will create life-long bonds through the principles encompassed in fraternal values.
Values: Building trust, developing healthy relationships, and effective communication are the primary values that drive fraternity and sorority life actions.
Why Choose a Registered Student Organization?
Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) at the University of Central Florida have many benefits that unregistered organizations do not. Below is a list of resources and abilities registered fraternities and sororities can take advantage of that unofficial groups do not:
- Local and National Membership Benefits
- Reserve Rooms
- Meet on Campus
- Participate in Greek Week
- Request Funding
- Apply for Cubicle Space
- Host Social Functions with Other Greek Organizations
- Attend Leadership Workshops and Retreats
- Participate in Risk Prevention Programming
- Participate in Homecoming Week Events
- Participation in Greek Philanthropic Events
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News & Announcements
The UCF chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha had its charter revoked earlier this year for behavior that does not reflect the values of the national organization.
UCF supported that decision and does not recognize Lambda Chi Alpha as a registered student organization, including a small group of students formerly in the chapter who call themselves the Gazoni Family. We do not approve or support the online material used to promote this unregistered group of students.
At UCF, we hold individuals and groups accountable when they represent themselves in contrast to our core values and standards. We take every opportunity to educate students about our core values across our campus and to address any inappropriate behavior that is potentially harmful or disruptive.
UCF’s Sigma Chi chapter recently spent a Saturday at Wekiwa Springs State Park, but it wasn’t for a barbecue.
Fraternity members spent hours in the cold waters of the springs ripping out algae that’s choking the natural treasure. It was the second year Sigma Chi has volunteered for the “Restore the Blue” initiative.
Stay connected with the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life and all events going on in our community. This week's newsletter highlights Knight-thon, AKA Lip Sync, Sigma Chi, Dr. Strayhorn, upcoming events and much more! Did your chapter make the newsletter this week?