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Linfield Fraternity & Sorority Life

Fraternity and Sorority Life students

About Fraternity and Sorority Life at Linfield

The Linfield fraternity and sorority life (FSL) community is one of the most vibrant in the Northwest Conference and consists of a diverse group of undergraduate and alumni members.

Social fraternities and sororities at Linfield create smaller communities within the larger college environment and are committed to the basic principles of fraternity and sorority membership:

  • Academic achievement
  • Service and philanthropy
  • Leadership
  • Brotherhood and sisterhood
  • Social excellence
  • Alumni involvement

Building lifelong friendships through collaborative and meaningful relationships is also a key component to the fraternal experience at Linfield. Membership in a fraternity or sorority is a lifelong affiliation. Members will experience benefits of joining even long after their undergraduate years.

Our values


We define leaders as brothers and sisters who have proven to be the best at setting positive examples. We strive to be leaders not just in the fraternity and sorority community, but around Linfield University's campus and community as well.


We ensure that our organizations are focused and dedicated to serving their philanthropies as well as other efforts within the Linfield community. Through these actions, we understand and respect that our service is an integral part of the community's well-being.


We strengthen our fraternal bond and maximize personal achievement by striving to excel in our professional and educational endeavors. We strive to meet and surpass the standards set by our national organizations and the university.

Brotherhood and Sisterhood

We hold our peers and ourselves accountable to the higher expectations of the Linfield fraternity and sorority community. We will affirm and uphold the universal values as well as the values of our individual organizations.

Contact the Office of FSL

Committed to enhancing the quality of student life, contributing to educational and personal development, promoting self-governance, and community involvement.

Callie Nees
Director of Student Activities
McMinnville Campus, Riley Hall