The Office of Student Life at Belmont University works with the National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) to promote community service, service-learning, and philanthropic projects. There are four active Greek letter organizations on campus, each offering a range of leadership opportunities. During the fall semester, students have the chance to meet with final year members of the fraternities and learn more about their activities. Fraternities provide a vibrant social environment for students, with dozens of events to choose from every weekend.
The mission of fraternity and fellowship life is to foster student development through scholarships, community services, campus participation, and fraternal friendship. At the beginning of the semester, all fraternities open their doors for a few hours during an event called “open doors”. This is a great opportunity for students to meet the brothers and learn more about what they offer. Being a member of a college fraternity or sorority provides students with friendship, academic support, leadership development, and service opportunities that will help them create a successful future.
In addition to going out, fraternities and sororities also organize philanthropic events, sports activities, and regular performances. The National Panhellenic Council of Tennessee State University works to develop and maintain interuniversity relationships through forums, meetings, programs, and initiatives that support student development in a collaborative manner. Participation in Belmont Fraternity and Sorority Life provides students with the opportunity to grow and develop in a values-based social environment. Members raise tens of thousands of dollars and dedicate thousands of hours of practical service each year to a variety of projects that benefit people locally and nationally.
We welcome any questions about fraternity and sorority life at the Office of Student Engagement.