Want to know what it's really like to go greek?
Greek life on our campus has been an integral part of Troy University for over fifty years. Our fraternity and sorority members come from diverse backgrounds, but unite to share the values of brotherhood and sisterhood and giving back to our University and local community.
Greeks on our campus donate food to Backpack for Kids, organize supply drives for Pike Animal Shelter, volunteer with the Campus Kitchens Project, and package shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child. Greeks also donate their time during natural disasters, build homes with Habitat for Humanity, provide tutoring services at the Troy Library, and walk great distances to raise awareness and funds for wounded veterans.
If you enjoy meeting new people who share your values and helping others in need, then Greek life is for you!
The amount of TROY students who are in Greek organizations.
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Dollars donated to charity from Greek philanthropy projects last year
"At colleges and universities we shape futures. We shape minds. I hope we’re shaping value systems as well. Indeed, the Greek System plays a key role in this process. Our charge should be not to abolish our Greek organizations, but rather to further strengthen this system that serves universities well." -Jack Hawkins, Jr., Ph.D, Chancellor of Troy University.READ THE FULL ARTICLE