Many of the students that are members of Minot State University fraternities and sororities had no intention of joining a chapter when they came to college. However, once they learned more about the values of their organization and what it meant to be a member of fraternity and sorority life, they choose to be a part of something great! 

Being a member of a fraternity or sorority at Minot State University provides a host of benefits including

  • the opportunity to develop and refine leadership skills
  • participate in local community service and national philanthropic projects
  • form lifelong friendships within a brotherhood or sisterhood

Members of fraternities and sororities can boast of involvement in practically every facet of campus life and support many campus initiatives. While the groups support different philanthropies and causes, and have different histories and traditions, all of our Greek organizations support the following:


Greek Life recognizes that academic excellence is necessary for your future. As a member of a fraternity or sorority, you will receive assistance and support that will help you achieve your academic goals.


Being able to meet and interact with other people in a variety of social settings is an important personal attribute. Through a wide range of social programs and events, Greek Life will offer you a setting in which to practice and refine your social skills.

Chapter Leadership

Through involvement on chapter committees and by participation in fraternity/sorority programs and activities, Greek Life will provide you with many experiences at leading other people. Greek Life will provide a continual learning experience by introducing you to the skill areas of time management, financial management, interpersonal skills, communication skills, leadership, etc.

Campus Involvement

Greek Life encourages all members to become active in all segments of campus activities. This involvement with broaden your collegiate experience.

Campus Leadership

From being involved in chapter and campus activities, chapter members refine and develop leadership skills. These experiences allow you to actively assume many campus leadership positions. 

Job Network

Chapter alumni are available to assist you with career counseling, career placement, summer jobs and employment references.