How to Join & Benefits


Merrimack’s fraternity and sorority life community is continually looking to bring in new members who align themselves with the values of our chapters.

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Chapters & Councils


Merrimack’s fraternity and sorority chapters are closely involved with their national organizations. Merrimack has celebrated fraternity and sorority life since 1990.

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Campus & Community Involvement


Each year, Greek organizations associated with Merrimack’s fraternity and sorority communities raise thousands of dollars for nonprofit charitable agencies nationwide.

News: Merrimack Fraternity Raises Money for Homeless

How to Join A Fraternity or Sorority at Merrimack

While our biggest recruitment period occurs during our fall semester, FSL does various styles of recruitment throughout the academic year. The FSL community seeks to bring new members that align themselves with the values of our FSL chapters. To find out more information, please visit the recruitment pages of each council.

Benefits of Joining

Leadership

Merrimack’s fraternity and sorority life offer a variety of leadership opportunities to prepare you for future careers. Within each organization, you have the opportunity to run and be elected to executive boards, chairpersons and committees. The leadership development of each chapter can also provide you the opportunity to be a part of other important roles on campus. You can find our members in all parts of campus life: Student Government Association, resident assistants, honor societies, orientation leaders and as student staff in many offices and departments.

Scholarship

As one of the core values of fraternity and sorority life, our members are encouraged to strive for scholarly excellence through a variety of programs including study partners, mentors, workshops, study hours and international/national recognition programs. Each chapter maintains internal academic standards that all members are expected to achieve.

Philanthropy

Civic engagement is one of the fundamental aspects of fraternity and sorority life. Every year, thousands of dollars are raised for local and national entities like Hunger and Homelessness, St. Jude’s Research Hospital, Military Hero Campaign, Breast Cancer Awareness and more organizations. 

Social Networking

Along with creating a lifetime bond with the members of your chapter and the Fraternity and Sorority Life community at Merrimack College, our chapters expand across the nation. Opportunities to be connected are endless whether it be for friendship or career advancement.

Councils

Each fraternity and sorority at Merrimack College is governed by one of two councils:

  • the National Panhellenic Association
  • the Merrimack Fraternal Council.
National Panhellenic Association (NPA)

The National Panhellenic Conference provides support for the sorority experience of women throughout the nation.

Fraternal Council

The Fraternal Council helps to advance the fraternity experience and provide leadership opportunities to the community.