The Department of Student Activities offers significant opportunities for students to get involved and engaged in campus life through membership in the Baylor fraternity and sorority community. Baylor Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) a diverse community with over 40 inter/national and local organizations. This community offers its members opportunities to expand their undergraduate experience through service, leadership, campus involvement, academic excellence, spiritual growth and brotherhood and sisterhood. Being involved in a fraternity or sorority is one of the most fulfilling and meaningful experiences offered to Baylor students.

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Academic achievement is an important value of the Baylor Greek Life community. Students must meet minimum requirements to participate in a recruitment or intake process. According to Baylor policy, a student must have previously earned a minimum of 12 hours of academic credit during one semester in residence at Baylor University and obtain a 2.67 cumulative GPA and a 2.00 current GPA to join a fraternity or sorority. However, many organizations require all potential new members to have a higher GPA to join their individual chapter. Grades are NOT rounded up in determining eligibility.


A student is classified as a transfer if they have attended a college, university or junior college during a fall or spring semester AFTER high school graduation. If the only college work completed is dual credit or advanced placement hours, they are NOT considered a transfer student. Transfer grades do NOT apply to the Baylor GPA. In order to join during their first semester, a transfer student must have completed a minimum of 24 transfer hours (does NOT include dual credit or advanced placement) with a transfer GPA of a 3.0. Grades are NOT rounded up in determining eligibility.***