Fraternity and Sorority Life


You know that feeling when you arrive to campus and you are looking for something to add to your college experience. On a campus with thousands of students, it can be important to find a network of friends and allies to provide the support needed to be successful. Joining a fraternity or sorority can provide a home away from home and a place of college success.

Fraternity and sorority members at Ball State are some of the most visible students on campus. They roll up their sleeves and build upon their leadership infrastructure working side by side with other students, faculty, and community partners through many activities and student organizations.

The Ball State FSL community develops men and women academically, personally, and professionally by:

  • fostering an environment that expects, encourages, and rewards academic success
  • engaging alumni to provide members with mentor relationships, professional networks, and volunteer resources
  • creating intentional membership, personal, and organizational development opportunities in a safe and social environment
  • developing lifelong relationships with each other, the fraternal organizations, and Ball State.
3,884 People | 19,161 Impacts | 66,075 Hours