Student Activities and Cliff Alexander Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life

Student Activities and the Cliff Alexander Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life promotes intentional involvement, facilitates leadership development and encourages student growth. We improve the Miami experience through enriching student organizations, offering transformative leadership programs, advising campus programming and challenging and supporting student leaders.

165 Programs and events hosted by student activities and Cliff Alexander office, attended by 77,000 studentsEngagement

  • Host large-scale Welcome Week Events to engage students in campus life.
  • Engage students by providing alcohol free programming on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights on campus, free and open to all students.
  • Oversee MAP Miami Activities and Programming Board.
  • Provide annual recognition for fraternities and sororities and student organizations to celebrate involvement and event planning on campus.
  • Administer a database for student organization management, finances and events, and up-to-date events calendar (the HUB and Corq App).

Support

  • Provide advisement and support to 40+ fraternities and sororities, national offices, local alumni and housing corporation boards.
  • Host student engagement and leadership workshops throughout the year for student organizations.
  • SEAL Ambassadors meet with students to help them connect on campus.
  • Create training, development and resources for advisors of student organizations on campus.
  • Implement shared standards for fraternity and sorority organizations through the Community Advancement and Member Development Program.
  • Partner with police and fire department for ongoing community enforcement, risk management, and support for fraternity/sorority community.

600+ Student Organizations on campusKey Facts & Figures

  • 85% of Miami students are involved in at least one student organization
  • 35% of undergraduate students are members of a fraternity or sorority
  • 86.5% of students participating in Formal Recruitment (Panhellenic Association or Interfraternity Council) joined a Greek organization