The sorority / fraternity community has 55 chapters at Iowa State. They assist groups with housing and financial issues, advise the Interfraternity PanHellenic and the National PanHellenic Councils, offer scholarships, provide community service opportunities, and offer reduced cost housing, among other things.
For more information, contact the Greek Affairs Office: 0355 Memorial Union, 515-294-1023, email@example.com.
Learning communities provide an opportunity for students to connect with students of similar interests. Most are meant to help freshmen transition to college. Some programs are major or program specific while others are not. Some programs have students housed in the same residence hall. Each community has its own peer mentors. Some learning communities have specific class requirements.
A listing of student organizations can be found at www.stuorg.iastate.edu. There are clubs are organizations for just about every interest.