Fraternities and sororities at Randolph-Macon College encourage academic success, promote community service, and offer an opportunity for students to make lifelong friendships.

Fraternity and sorority life on campus is overseen by the Student Engagement Center. The fraternity and sorority system is also a vital part of Randolph-Macon’s residential community, housing approximately 100 students each year.

  • 12
    chapters (fraternity, sorority, and co-ed)
  • 135
    years of fraternity & sorority life on campus at RMC
  • 20%
    of undergraduates participate in fraternity & sorority Life

Fraternity and Sorority Organizations at RMC

Each link below connects to the organization’s page on the Buzz, the student portal.

interfraternity council (IFC)

College Panhellenic Council (CPC)

Co-Educational greek Organizations

*While affiliated with the IFC and CPC at Randolph-Macon College, these organizations hold membership intake processes that differ from the recruitment/joining processes of other IFC and CPC organizations. Interested students should contact the Student Engagement Center, the Theta Epsilon chapter of Iota Phi Theta, or the Tau Delta chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha for more information.

becoming a member

Learn about the process of joining a fraternity or sorority at RMC.

female students with red glasses laughing and hugging

Upcoming FSL Events

Order of Omega Leadership Honor Society

The Order of Omega is a national leadership honor society exclusively for eligible fraternity & sorority members. RMC is home to the Pi Eta chapter of Order of Omega. Membership is limited. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply when applications are made annually available from the Student Engagement Center.

Eligibility for Order of Omega is as follows:

  • Cumulative GPA at or above all FSL community average at the time of selection
  • Demonstrated leadership experience
  • Demonstrated commitment to values

Adam’s Law Report and Fraternity & Sorority Chapter Scorecards

Pursuant to the Code of Virginia and “Adam’s Law” as passed in the 2022 Session of the General Assembly of Virginia, the College provides hazing prevention training to potential new members, new members, current members, and advisors of student organizations with new members.

Furthermore, the College maintains and publicly reports actual findings of violations of the College’s Student Conduct Code or of federal or state laws pertaining to hazing that are reported to campus authorities or local law enforcement. Findings of hazing violations after July 1, 2022, may be found on this site and the Fraternity and Sorority Life scorecards, beginning December 31, 2022, for a period of 10 years in accordance with Adam’s Law.