A social experience that provides students with opportunities to lead, serve in the community and establish lifelong friendships.

Sororities

Alpha Gamma Phi - ΑΓΦ
Delta Phi - ΔΦ
Kappa Beta Phi - ΚΒΦ
Kappa Delta Chi - ΚΔX
Sigma Iota Beta - ΣΙΒ
Sigma Sigma - ΣΣ
Theta Gamma Pi - ΘΓΠ

Fraternities

Alpha Kappa Pi - ΑΚΠ
Alpha Theta Chi - ΑΘΧ
Chi Phi Sigma - XΦΣ
Kappa Eta Nu - KHN
Omicron Kappa Epsilon - ΟΚΕ
Phi Kappa Alpha - ΦKA
Phi Sigma Kappa - ΦΣK
Phi Tau Nu - ΦΤΝ

Greek members

The Greek Mission

Greek life enriches the lives of Hope students through faithful student leadership, academic and social accountability, and commitment to service. We strive to foster holistic personal development and lifelong relationships and connections.

WHAT ARE GREEKS INVOLVED IN ON CAMPUS?

Pretty much everything. Whatever organization or club you decide to join, you can almost always count on a Greek member being there.

Simply speaking, being Greek means having a presence in Hope's community. Greeks are involved in:

  • Dance Marathon (founded by Greek members in 2000)
  • Relay for Life
  • SAC
  • Athletics
  • Volunteer Services
  • Pull
  • Nykerk
  • Orientation
  • Chapel band
  • WEO
  • Theatre
  • Mortar Board
  • Tour guides
  • Student Congress
  • WTHS radio station
  • The Anchor
  • Emmaus scholars
  • Phelps scholars
  • Mellon scholars
  • Black Student Union
  • Teaching assistants
  • Study abroad programs
  • Honors societies

(as well as countless other organizations)

Hope by the Numbers

  • 704Active Members in Greek Life

    More than 700 students are actively involved in Greek Life at Hope College.

    Learn how to join
  • 8Fraternities at Hope

    With the exception of one national organization, 7 of Hope's 8 fraternities are local. Their letters, values and histories are only found on Hope's campus.

  • 7Sororities at Hope

    Hope's seven sororities are local organizations. Their letters, values and histories are only found on our campus.

  • 1Greek body

    Sororities and fraternities unite together on Hope's campus as one Greek body. Greek is good.