As a member of a fraternity or sorority at University of Lynchburg, you may live in your fraternity or sorority’s house, on campus, or off campus and commute. There are varying costs associated with these different living arrangements. For more information, contact the Office of Residence Life.
University of Lynchburg expects all student organizations, including fraternities and sororities, to encourage an atmosphere of learning, social responsibility, and respect for human dignity and to provide constructive development opportunities for members and aspiring members.
The College upholds a firm policy against hazing and any other situation or event in which students or others are in danger of harm.
Giving Back as a Lifetime Member
Lifetime members are eligible to advise a chapter, providing the opportunity to stay involved with their fraternity/sorority and help current students. Fraternity and sorority chapters at University of Lynchburg have a faculty advisor and a chapter advisor.
For more information about advising, contact your chapter members at University of Lynchburg.