Be Blue. Be Gold. Be GREEK!

The University of Nebraska at Kearney is home to six sororities and six fraternities that are instrumental in cultivating a dynamic and educational collegiate experience for students. Members are involved across campus, take on service projects that benefit the campus and Kearney community, excel academically, and consistently hold some of the top leadership positions on campus. If you are looking to find connections at UNK and make your four years exceptional, the Greek community is the place for YOU!

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What are we all about?

The University of Nebraska at Kearney has a successful, thriving Greek community with volunteers, chapter members, and University representatives who are actively engaged in promoting these chapters. Our community is built on four main pillars:

  • Scholarship. Our focus is on helping students reach their academic goals and graduating with a college degree.
  • Leadership. The Greek community gives you opportunities to expand important skills like time management, communication, and organization by being a leader in your chapter or the community.
  • Service. Giving back to others is at our core, and the Greek community prides itself on countless community service hours and thousands of dollars raised each year.
  • Friendship. The main reason why students join the Greek community is because of the connections that are created with fellow Lopers. Especially as a new student, joining a chapter helps you find your niche in college and make friends that last a lifetime.

The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life is located on the first floor of the Student Union in Suite 142.

News and Testimonials

FSL News

Austin Jacobsen, Sarah Petersen named UNK Greek Man, Woman of the Year

Austin Jacobsen, Sarah Petersen named UNK Greek Man, Woman of the Year

Jacobsen, Petersen and many others were recognized Monday evening during the annual Fraternity and Sorority Life banquet. Read More...


Ryan Woitalewicz

“Coming to UNK as a student originating from a small high school, I knew I would never see myself as part of the Greek Life community. My initial thoughts of Greek Life were the typical stereotypes that are portrayed on television and in movies. However, it was at a summer recruitment event when my thoughts completely changed. Being a part of the Greek Life community truly changes a students’ outlook on life for the better. By being a Greek Life student, you will gain personal growth. Greek Life students have so many opportunities for campus and community involvement, constant support for academic success, a brotherhood/sisterhood that consists of a whole group of friends that you never would have thought to meet in college, and so much more. I am forever thankful I have the opportunity to be a Greek Life student here at UNK and I would never trade it for anything else.”

Ryan Woitalewicz