Fraternity and Sorority Life at Randolph-Macon encourages academic success, promotes community service, and offers a chance for students to make lasting friendships.
Randolph-Macon is proud to have a Fraternity & Sorority system that is more than 135 years old with 12 chapters, which include 26 percent of the student population.
The Office of Student Life supports the personal growth, learning, health, and safety of fraternity and sorority members by providing them with opportunities for leadership, self-governance, and service. The fraternity and sorority system provides housing for 160 students and is a vital component of Randolph-Macon's residential community.
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