Fraternity and Sorority Life at NYU features programs to advance the knowledge and mission of our community and develop students to become better people and leaders.
NYDM is NYU's 12-Hour Dance Marathon benefiting The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation. As one of the biggest events on campus, the dance marathon raises thousands of dollars each year. DM is organized by an ad-hoc student organization, complete with an executive board that works directly with Fraternity and Sorority Life staff.
FLI is a leadership seminar series for undergraduate members of the Fraternity and Sorority community that serves as a framework for developing leadership within the community. Emphasis is placed on understanding your leadership identity and communication style, and exploring conflict management, service learning, and social responsibility tactics.
This program serves as the initial training and leadership development program for all new chapter presidents, council presidents, and executive boards. Led by professional staff, students leave campus for two days to reflect on and develop leadership skills.
Gateways is a comprehensive required orientation for all new members of the Fraternity and Sorority Life community. After members cross or join, they learn about anti-hazing policies, become better leaders, and develop diversity and inclusion priorities. The majority of this training is led by FSL leaders and peers.
Fraternity and Sorority Life boast a vibrant living and learning community within NYU's Lafayette Residence Hall. This community assists chapters develop their leadership skills and abilities, while providing co-curricular educational opportunities. Chapters work with housing representatives and faculty members to cultivate a stronger community.