OFSL Community Snapshot
2020 OFSL Overview(resources linked in this document)
By the Numbers
13% of UCLA students are in a fraternity or sorority
30% of Greek members are from out of the state of California
10% are transfer students
17% are first generation college students
34% of members speak two or more languages
21% of members are eligible for Pell Grants
84% of members have a cumulative grade point average of a 3.0 or higher
73% of members have a quarterly grade point average of a 3.5 or higher
35% of members are majoring in the Social Sciences majors
32% of members are majoring in Life Sciences majors
9% of members are majoring in Physical Sciences majors
What is a Council?
In order to be a fully recognized and active chapter at UCLA, each individual chapter must be recognized under one of six governing councils. Lead by executive boards consisting of chapter leaders within their respective councils, each council serves as an umbrella organization assisting and supporting their member chapters.
At UCLA, we have 6 councils that represent an extremely diverse and wide-ranging areas of identity including cultural, religious and academic affiliations.
Who can I contact regarding each council?
The Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life advises within a Portfolio Model approach. Each staff member directly supports each one of the councils while advising chapters across the six different councils. You can find each chapter's staff advisor listed under resources of chapter officers.
Where can I find chapter contact information?
You can find more information from each of our council's on our Community Directory.