Fraternities and Sororities are an essential aspect of the Bradley University Community.
Since the establishment Bradley first fraternity in1989, the Greek community, has been working to develop friendships, foster personal growth, and give back to our community. With over 1,400 members, the Greek community represents approximately 30% of the undergraduate student population. Bradley is the home to 27 fraternity and sorority chapters, which are represented by 3 governing councils. In addition, Bradley hosts two Greek honors societies, Order of Omega and Rho Lambda, which recognize outstanding men and women in our Greek community.
Fraternities and sororities enhance the education of the whole person – intellectually, socially, and spiritually. Bradley fraternities and sororities strive to achieve the greatest potential from each member and reach common goals together. Greek Life offers opportunities for community service, philanthropy, academic success, leadership, campus involvement, personal growth, social interaction, and the development of lifelong friendships.