Fraternity and Sorority Life

Fraternities and Sororities are an essential aspect of the Bradley University Community. Bradley's first fraternity was established in 1898, just one year after the founding of the institution. Since that day, Bradley University's fraternity and sorority community has been working to develop friendships, foster personal growth, and give back to our community.

With over 1,000 members, the Bradley University fraternity and sorority community represents approximately 30% of the undergraduate student population.

Bradley is the home to 30 fraternity and sorority chapters, which are represented by 4 governing councils. In addition, Bradley hosts two Greek honors societies that recognize outstanding men and women in our fraternity and sorority community.


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Bradley's Multicultural Greek organizations are an important part of Bradley's campus. These organizations were created to help marginalized communities succeed on college campuses. Bradley currently hosts three multicultural sororities and fraternities.

The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) at Bradley is currently composed of six of the nine historically African-American international fraternities and sororities. The purpose of the NPHC is to promote unity, assist students in attaining their educational and cultural objectives, and encourage members to meet the needs of the university and surrounding communities.