A Community Which Spans Generations

Dating back to 1854, Franklin & Marshall College's (F&M's) fraternity and sorority communities have a long-standing legacy of developing students holistically for lives of leadership, service, scholarship, integrity, and friendship, fostering lifelong friendships and generational affinities and a lasting positive impact on the campus community.

Quick Facts 

  • Approximately 25% of F&M students are members of the fraternity and sorority community. (Spring 2022).

  • The All-Greek Term GPA outperformed the Non-Affiliated Term GPA by .11 in Spring 2022.


Fraternities & Sororities 

College Panhellenic Council

The College Panhellenic Council is the governing body for National Panhellenic Council sororities at F&M, with the mission of developing and maintaining women's fraternity life and inter-fraternity relations through:

  • Considering the goals and ideals of member groups in supportive relation to student life;
  • Promoting superior scholarship and intellectual development; 

F&M is proud to support the following recognized sororities :

Interfraternity Council

The Interfraternity Council is the governing body for and oversees the active fraternity chapters at F&M, with the Council's Board comprised of an elected representative from each chapter representing each chapter.  The Council promotes our member fraternities’ shared interests and values of leadership, service, brotherhood, and scholarship while enabling fraternal organizations to thrive and grow through collaboration and teamwork, self-governance and accountability, and ethical, impactful leadership.

F&M is proud to support the following recognized fraternities:

See this page for more information about unrecognized organizations.

For assistance please contact Stephanie Kessler, Director of Student Engagement & Leadership at skessler@fandm.edu or 717-358-4492


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