Fraternity and Sorority Life


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Social Fraternities and Sororities are rooted in founding principles that foster academic achievement, leadership, community service, and life-long friendships.

Fraternities and Sororities are groups of men and women who come together to form a personal network of individuals with similar ideals, interests, and a mutual pursuit of a well-rounded college education.

The Lock Haven and Mansfield campuses of Commonwealth University offer fraternity and sorority opportunities for students.

Lock Haven Mansfield

Fraternity & Sorority Engagement

  • A support group to help make the adjustment to college easier.
  • Ability to network with students in various academic disciplines, courses, etc.
  • Scholastic resources to help students achieve their academic goals.
  • Leadership skills acquired through hands-on experience.
  • Encouragement to get involved and maximize potential on campus.
  • Opportunities for active participation in community service projects, campus events, and leadership programs.
  • National research has shown that involvement in sororities and fraternities increases students' chances of graduating from college, are more pleased with their collegiate experience, and are more likely to remain at the same school that they started at.
  • Membership in a fraternity or sorority is for a lifetime.
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Commonwealth University-Lock Haven, formerly Lock Haven University, greek life students play cornhole on campus with fraternity and sorority letters

Lock Haven

The Lock Haven campus recognizes four national sororities and three national fraternities. During your time on campus, the fraternity and sorority life experience can provide valuable engagement opportunity for students.

Commonwealth University-Mansfield, formerly Mansfield University, sorority student


You have many options to become involved in campus life at Mansfield. Joining one of the largest campus community groups - fraternity and sorority life - is one of them.

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Amy Delozier

  • Director of Student Recreation Center
  • Mansfield