Campus Involvement

Fraternity and Sorority members are leaders in every aspect of campus life and participate in a variety of UWF events each year. They are active participants in Argo Arrival, Homecoming, Campus Activities Board, Athletic Sporting Events, and Recreation's Intramural Sports.

Move In Day
Move In Day

Argo Arrival

Fraternity and sorority members are there from the start to help new students transition into college. Kicking off Argo Arrival with move-in day for first time in college students, fraternity and sorority members volunteer each year to help hundreds of new Argos move everything from their truck to their residence hall. Fraternities and sororities come out in full force at Argos Night Out's Rock Out the Redzone event to show the importance of looking out for the safety of your brothers and sisters. The Fraternity & Sorority Life loves attending Argo Arrival's Beach Bash each year, bringing fun games and excitement to the beach. Lastly, they show off their skills on the event stage and help new students get connected at Argo Arrival's Argopalooza.

UWF Homecoming
Homecoming Spirit Competition


Fraternity and Sorority members are active leaders in the planning of homecoming. Fraternities and Sororities enjoy the spirit competitions for student organizations and help support members of their organization for homecoming court. Fraternity & Sorority Life is one of the most Argo Spirited groups on campus and they show it in full force during the homecoming week of events.

Student Ambassadors
Student Ambassadors

Campus Leaders

Fraternity and Sorority members are involved in many aspects of campus life. They are involved in a variety of student organizations in addition to their fraternity or sorority. Fraternity and Sorority members benefit UWF in many ways by taking on campus leadership roles in SGA, Ambassadors, Campus Activities Board, Homecoming, Housing and Residence Life, Argo Camp, and Orientation. Approximately 50% of fraternity and sorority members are involved in another student organization and hold leadership roles on campus.