Greek Life has a long and proud history at Trinity College, dating back more than 165 years. Beginning with the founding of the Epsilon chapter of St. Anthony Hall Delta Psi in 1850, Greek life has expanded and changed over the years. We are home to 15 organizations, with 300+ student members, and many alumni who pride themselves on the rich traditions and storied pasts found in the halls of each of these organizations.

Our 15 organizations consist of 7 men’s fraternities, 6 women’s sororities, and 2 co-educational organizations representing chapters from the North-American Inter-fraternity Conference, National Panhellenic Conference, National Multicultural Greek Council, and the National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations. Under the leadership of the Inter-Greek Council, 11 organizations are inter/nationally affiliated, and 4 are local organizations specific to Trinity’s campus.

Approximately 22 percent of the undergraduate student population at Trinity is affiliated with Greek Letter Organizations. Membership provides opportunities to meet new people, excel academically, hone leadership skills, and serve the broader community through philanthropic and service experiences.

Trinity Greek Life boasts many impressive alumni, including major political figures, writers, media personalities, and business people. The active alumni body also allows for extensive networking and mentorship opportunities.​​


Greek Life

Kathryn Wojcik Director for Campus Life Initiatives and Social Houses
Hamlin Hall