Greek Life

Fraternity and Sorority Life

Fraternity and Sorority life at Reinhardt is a thriving mix of social, academic, and service-oriented activities. There is one fraternity chapter and one sorority chapter at Reinhardt. The chapters are all members of well-established international Greek-letter organizations. Fraternity and sorority membership is available only to Reinhardt students. All Greek-letter organizations at Reinhardt recruit new members in both the fall and spring semesters. There are also several events throughout the semesters designed to provide all men and women interested in the process a chance to learn more, as well as meet members of each of the organizations.

Pillars of Fraternity and Sorority Life

Brotherhood/Sisterhood. Joining Fraternity and Sorority Life at Reinhardt gives students the opportunities to build life long friendships and relationships. We provide opportunities for meaningful connections and provide a support system that survives long after graduation.

Leadership. Joining a fraternity or sorority here at Reinhardt provides students with numerous opportunities to demonstrate leadership. Either as an officer or committee member, valuable experience is gained and can be used past graduation. As apart of Fraternity and Sorority Life students get the opportunities to attend conferences and interact with fellow brothers or sisters on a local, regional, and national level with other university chapters.

Philanthropy. Fraternity and Sorority Life strives to have a positive impact on the world around them. Our chapters here at Reinhardt pride themselves on their service to the campus and the Waleska/Canton communities. Our students promote service events on campus and often are highly involved with service projects around campus for fundraising and wanting to help others.

Academics. Fraternity and Sorority Life is committed to academic excellence and intellectual curiosity. Our students prioritize their academics while balancing their involvement in Fraternity & Sorority Life. Here at Reinhardt University, we encourage a lifelong love of learning and prepare our members for success in and outside of the classroom.

Chapters at Reinhardt

Zeta Tau Alpha was established on October 15th, 1898. Nine young women at Virginia State Female Normal School formalized their friendship by forming Zeta Tau Alpha, a fraternity that would continue to grow throughout the next century and beyond.

Zeta Tau Alpha is the third Largest National Women's Fraternity. Now, more than 231,000 women have been initiated into the sisterhood of Zeta Tau Alpha. The founders, nine young women, envisioned an organization that would perpetuate their ties of friendship.

Kappa Sigma Fraternity is a unique experience. Founded at the University of Virginia on December 10, 1869, we pride ourselves upon our tight-knit brotherhood and diversity. Individuals who originate from every background mesh together to make the perfect band of brothers in Kappa Sigma. Members of Kappa Sigma hold the Fraternity's four pillars―fellowship, leadership, scholarship and service―as cornerstones of their lives.

Fraternity and Sorority Recruitment 2023-2024

Congratulations on making the decision to learn about fraternity and sorority life at Reinhardt University! Your years here at Reinhardt will include many exciting learning experiences, one of which may include becoming a member of a Greek-lettered organization. Fraternity and sorority life can add many valuable dimensions to your college experience.

Sororities and fraternities can help you find your niche at Reinhardt as they:

  • offer academic assistance and support
  • encourage you to be active in student organizations and community service
  • open doors for professional opportunities
  • assist you in developing social skills
  • provide educational awareness regarding social issues
  • give you a chance to make friends with similar interests.

Eligibility Requirements

Each fraternity and sorority is dedicated to finding members with leadership potential, high academic standards, and a commitment to service. That is why we have some requirements for participating in fraternity and sorority life at Reinhardt. When you are ready to pursue membership in a fraternity or sorority in the spring semester, be sure to review our process and guidelines.

  • Credit Hours
    • Candidates for membership in a recognized organization are required to have signed up for 12 credits hours per semester at Reinhardt University.
  • Grade Point Average
    • Candidates for membership and active members in a recognized organization are required to have and maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.75 at Reinhardt University to be able to participate in Fraternity and Sorority Life.
  • Good Standing
    • Candidates for membership as well as active members must be in academic, financial and disciplinary good standing and verified by the Office of Student Activities. This means that a student may not be a respondent in and found responsible in a conduct case beyond a level 1 violation, may not have incomplete sanctions in a conduct case where they have been found responsible, and may not be on disciplinary probation or suspension. This also means that students may not have a financial balance with the University or be on academic warning, probation or suspension.
  • Register for Recruitment
    • Candidates for membership in a recognized organization are required to register online to participate in requirement.
  • Attend Recruitment Events
    • Candidates for membership in a recognized organization are required to attend Open House and other events during the week of Formal Recruitment in January.

Recruitment Process

You will begin hearing about the recruitment process in the fall during an information session as part of Eagle Bound. Not only will you learn about fraternity and sorority life at Reinhardt, you will have the chance to sign up for emails from the fraternities and sororities here at Reinhardt.

If you choose to go through recruitment, you will have to attend all of the recruitment events. You will only be excused to miss an event if you have an official university conflict, such as athletic team practices, marching band, or cheerleading. We will not be able to excuse you if you have work or travel, so be sure to plan ahead.

For More Information

If you are interested in joining a Fraternity and Sorority, please contact Rebecca Worsham, Assistant Director of Campus Engagement and Recreation at or call 770.720.5991.