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 20 fraternities and 8 sororities.

With 1,000+ Jewish graduate students at Rutgers, there is a thriving young, Jewish community around New Brunswick. Each group provides different opportunities to meet other Jewish graduate students or young adults in a comfortable setting.

Rutgers Hillel is committed to providing a pluralistic, comfortable space for graduate students to spend time with one another. We provide student-run graduate student Shabbat dinners and Happy Hours about once a month, in addition to other programs.

For more information, check out our Facebook page. or contact us.

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


Sigma Alpha Mu


Zeta Beta Tau


Alpha Epsilon Pi


Sigma Delta Tau