Jewish Greek Life

Greek life has existed at Rutgers since 1845, when the University was a men’s only school. Since the time when the school went co-ed in the 1980s, it has grown to include over 74 fraternities and sororities total. Of the recognized  groups, there are 22 interfraternity council chapters, 30 multigreek council chapters, 11 Panhellenic council chapters, and 11 professional fraternity council chapters, with over 3000 members today. Fraternity and Sorority Affairs at Rutgers supports the university’s Greek community by effectively advising, educating, and training the leadership of the chapters and their general members. 


Zeta Beta Tau


Alpha Epsilon Pi

For a complete listing of all Fraternities and Sororities, visit the Rutgers Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs.