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Clubs and organizations

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With more than 1,000 student organizations, MSU has something for everyone. No matter who you are or what you are interested in, you’re sure to find at least one you’ll want to join.

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Fraternity and sorority life

Michigan State University has a vibrant fraternity and sorority community. With more than 60 Greek letter organizations, “Going Greek” is a significant experience for 14% of the student body at MSU.

Some Greek organizations are social and are primarily designed to help you meet friends and develop future professional contacts. Others are co-ed service organizations that focus on philanthropy and often volunteer on local and community projects. Professional Greek organizations are groups of students studying the same profession, such as law or medicine. Greek honors societies focus on a specific discipline or include high-achieving students from all academic fields. Greek organizations also include religious and ethnic groups.

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