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Parent and Family Programs is a unit in the Division of Student Life, operating with the conviction that informed parents and family members are a valuable resource for their students as well as the larger university community.
The program office offers support and resources—communication, event coordination, and other opportunities for participation—to parents and families of UO students, including assistance in navigating the university and in addressing parental concerns.
A longtime part of the student experience at the University of Oregon, the fraternity and sorority community has existed since 1900, when the first fraternity was established on campus.
Members of the center's multidisciplinary staff work directly with students to increase their leadership efficacy and capacity, explore their strengths and passions, teach them new skills and effective practices, help involve them in productive collaborations, and increase their chances of success as agents of change.
Many entry points and opportunities exist for students to get involved at the center, including advising, mentorship, teaching, and experiential programming, with space for students to grow and excel as leaders, get involved with the community, find solutions to problems, and improve the future.
The mission of Fraternity and Sorority Life is to enhance the quality of student life at the University of Oregon by aiding members of the Greek community through advising with a developmental approach, educating with a purpose, collaborating with stakeholders, promoting academic success, encouraging civic responsibility, advocating for healthy lifestyles, and advancing values-based leadership and decision-making.
More than 3,300 students are currently involved in more than 30 Greek-lettered organizations.