The University of Texas at Austin has 1,100 registered student organizations, including close to 70 social sororities and fraternities. Many undergraduates are affiliated with fraternities and sororities, which often provide a sense of community and connection to other students that make their university experience positive and memorable. These sororities and fraternities are divided into seven council communities. No sororities or fraternities are housed on university property. These organizations, like all student organizations, are required to complete safety education with their membership each year to maintain their status as registered student organizations.
- Sorority and Fraternity Life in the Office of the Dean of Students
- Sorority and Fraternity Listing
- Safety Education
- Council Constitutions
Suspended UT-Austin Fraternity Continues To Operate: Report – Patch.com – October 5, 2018
Report: UT Fraternities Weigh Ban on Hard Liquor at Greek Events – Austin American-Statesman – September 12, 2018
UT chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Suspended by Fraternity’s National Body – Austin American-Statesman – November 9, 2017