Order of Omega 

Order of Omega is a national Greek Honor Society for the top 3% of fraternity men and sorority women based on the tenets of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Order of Omega’s purposes are to recognize students who have attained a high standard of leadership within the community, to bring together those members who will help shape the community and the University, and to join faculty, alumni, and students with the intent of helping and understanding one another.

Rho Lambda 

Rho Lambda is a National Sorority Leadership Recognition Society. Rho Lambda seeks to honor those women within the sorority community who have exhibited the highest qualities of leadership and service to their Greek community and their sorority. They are women who have furthered the ideals and principles of the Greek community throughout their years of sorority affiliation. Rho Lambda is only comprised of the top 10% of campus sorority women. 

 

Circle of Sisterhood 

Circle of Sisterhood is supported by all four councils through annual fundraising programs. The Circle of Sisterhood is a foundation focused on leveraging the collective wisdom and influence of sorority women
to support entities around the world that remove educational barriers for girls and women, uplifting them from poverty and oppression. To date, UIowa FSL has donated over $8000 to the Circle of Sisterhood and looks forward to continuing their annual fundraisers for such an important cause! 

FSL Hawkeye Service Team (Alternative Spring Break) 

The University of Iowa's Hawkeye Service Teams are supported and coordinated by Leadership & Engagement. Our Fraternity & Sorority Life community has sponsored a trip for the past four years to Indianapolis, IN. 

During the 2019 ASB we partnered with Midwest FoodbankGleaners Food Bank of Indiana, INC. and Wheeler Mission. In addition to service, we had the opportunity to visit Alpha Gamma Delta Headquarters whose national philanthropic cause is Food Justice. 

This opportunity focuses on a social justice, service learningcommunity building, and a fraternal experience. The Fraternity & Sorority Life trip fosters cross council relationships and encompasses all four of our community pillars, servicescholarshipfriendship, and leadership. In addition to an alternative trip, members in an academic credit course, "Alternative Break Service Learning" (LS: 1024:0AAA).

If you have questions about the trips, please contact Ian Van Anden in Leadership & Engagement at DSL-HSB@uiowa.edu.

UI Fraternity & Sorority Life Participation in Dance Marathon 

Each year, many fraternities and sororities participate in the annual UI Dance Marathon "Big Event." Chapters raise money and dance for 24 hours "For the Kids." Fraternity & Sorority Life leaders can be found on the Executive Team, as Morale/Assistant Morale Captains, and as regular dancers. For the 2019 DM Big Event, UI Fraternity & Sorority Life members raised over $660,000 for the UI Children's Hospitals & Clinics!