Fraternity & Sorority Life

Resources

Academic Data

Click on the links below to download a pdf of Greek grade information for the semesters listed. Please contact the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life if you have any questions.

| Spring 2014Fall 2013 | Spring 2013 | Fall 2012 | Spring 2012 | Fall 2011 | Spring 2011 | Fall 2010 | Spring 2010 | Fall 2009 | Spring 2009 | Fall 2008 | Spring 2008 | Fall 2007 | Spring 2007 | Fall 2006 | Spring 2006 | Fall 2005 | Spring 2005 | Fall 2004 | Spring 2004

* Duke does not release grade point information for its general student body

Alumni Resources

Duke works to keep your alumni relationship with Duke strong and spirited from the moment you graduate. Just as your experience at the university has become an essential part of who you are, you will always be an irreplaceable part of Duke.

We never stop thinking about what you need and want from Duke, and about how we can serve you. We work to help you stay in touch with and meet others in the Duke family to support your work and enrich your life.

Chapter Advisors

Thank you for agreeing to play a vital role in the Duke Greek community. The Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life values the time, energy, and resources you commit to our students everyday. Serving as a chapter advisor can be an incredibly rewarding job and our staff is dedicated to keeping you informed of local and national resources that can contribute to your success.

This site will provide information about leadership and volunteer opportunities for you and our students, program information, and various resources including university, national, and Fraternity and Sorority Life policies. We hope that you find the website useful and welcome feedback on the site's content.

Guide to Fraternity & Sorority Life

Our Mission

The Duke Greek community offers undergraduates a fraternal experience that complements the mission of the University. In partnership with faculty, staff, alumni, families, and (inter)national organizations, we challenge and educate students in the areas of leadership, cultural awareness, personal and group development, scholarship, and civic responsibility.

Please read our Guide to Fraternity & Sorority Life.

Parent Resources

Fraternity and sorority life has been an active part of Duke’s campus community since the 1870s. Approximately 32% of Duke undergraduate students are Greek affiliated. Whether your son or daughter is interested in joining a fraternity or sorority, is participating in the new member process, or is an initiated member of one of our 41 chapters, we welcome this opportunity to let you know about our office and the benefits of joining a Greek organization. We can ensure that this experience will create valuable memories for your student that go beyond their collegiate years.