Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) at Trinity University serves as a home-away-from-home for about 25% of the undergraduate student population. FSL provides students with opportunities to pursue their passions, develop as leaders, gain career competencies, learn from alumni mentors, serve within the Trinity and San Antonio communities, and foster lifelong friendships.
Trinity University's FSL community creates purposeful and value-driven experiences through the adoption of four pillars that represent four crucial aspects of student life on campus:
1.) Scholarship, 2.) Service, 3.) Leadership, and 4.) Camaraderie. Each member of the FSL community is expected to live out these pillars day in and day out.
Unlike most fraternity & sorority communities, all seven fraternities and seven sororities are local. These groups were started at Trinity by Trinity students. The fraternity & sorority community has a rich history at Trinity, with some groups dating back over 75 years.
Recruitment officially begins with Greek 101 and FSL Kick-Off on Tuesday, September 10 at 5:30 p.m. in the Fiesta Room. At this event, students will meet members from each organization and have the opportunity to sign up for our Master Recruiting Lists. Through this list, students will receive invitations throughout the semester to attend specific organizational events and programs. Also, any student interested in potentially receiving a bid in the spring MUST be on the Master List by Monday, October 28, 2019.
Learn more about the FSL community and fall recruitment here! Also, make sure to join the Master Recruitment Lists below to keep up to date with the recruitment calendar: