Throughout the academic year, the Office of Student Activities hosts performers, lecturers and a variety of social events for students and the campus community.
The Office of Student Activities is home to more than 30 student organizations recognized by Schreiner University. Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs) allow students to develop leadership skills and apply knowledge gained in the classroom.
RSOs also provide students with opportunities for involvement in community service, professional development, advocacy, and social interactions. To find out more about what groups are active on campus and their upcoming events, visit Paws Portal through Schreiner One. If the University does not have an organization that you're interested in, you can submit a new organization proposal through Paws Portal, too!
Recognized Student Organizations (RSO) Directory
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Greek Life at Schreiner University is an integral part of the holistic education and development of students. Greek Life creates challenging and supportive environments in which individuals can excel. The mission of Greek Life is to promote the personal and professional growth of Greek students. The University expects that all Greek Organizations share in the responsibility of strengthening the quality of student life by setting a standard in leadership, scholarship, character, conduct, and social education.
There are three Greek Organizations recognized at Schreiner University, one national fraternity (Chi Phi, Iota Theta Chapter) and two national sororities (Delta Phi Epsilon, Gamma Gamma Chapter, and Alpha Sigma Alpha, Theta Epsilon Chapter).
If you are interested in Greek Life at Schreiner University contact:
David Gehrels, Director of Student Activities & Greek Life
To find out more about the different Greek organizations please visit their websites.