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Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life

Offices Services / Student Involvement / Fraternities & Sororities / Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life
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Bart Luedeke Center, Student Affairs Suite
2083 Lawrenceville Road
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
609-896-5000 ext. 7306
Fax: 609.895.5479
[email protected]


Mission Statement

The Office of Student Involvement believes in the benefits of shared fraternal values. Our Greek community is dedicated to providing a safe, vibrant, inclusive environment to empower organizations and individuals to assist in the development of social, moral, civic, and intellectual growth.

We foster lifelong relationships between organization, alumni, national partners, and the local community to make an impact beyond just our Campus. Committed to the lifelong development of members we teach leadership and transferable skills, provide direction to achieve high standards, enhance the academic experience, and pledge to the betterment of Rider University and our organizations.


Programs and Services

The Office of Student Involvement works with our organizations to provide social, service, leadership, and educational programs to aid in the personal development of students who join fraternities and sororities.


Standards and Expectations

Beginning in 2008, fraternities and sororities have been evaluated annually with regard to a comprehensive set of behavioral and performance expectations that resonate with Rider University’s values, its Strategic Plan and recommendations from the Presidential Task Force on Alcohol, Personal Responsibility, and Student Life. Expectations fall into six major categories: academic achievement, leadership development, programming, chapter operations, risk management, and housing. Check out our organizations to get information about each chapters status and standards rating.

Standards and Expectation Reports

The Office of Student Involvement collects statistics about our chapters to ensure they are meeting requirements and living up to their values. For summary information about our chapters and community, please view the reports below or visit individual chapter pages.