SP&E offers resources to enrich your Bentley experience. They encourage students to participate in self-discovery, investigate the variety of programs and services offered by the department. Find out about the different ways to become involved and learn about the opportunities SP&E has.
Fraternity and Sorority Life
Fraternity & Sorority Life at Bentley, also known as “FSL” or Greek Life, is a community of creative, ethical, and socially responsible leaders dedicated to advancing personal growth, social connections, philanthropy, and academic success at Bentley University. FSL at Bentley comprises about 17% of undergraduate students.
The sisterhood of Alpha Phi is composed of more than 165 collegiate campuses worldwide with close to 200,000 members. We all share the same values of sisterhood, scholarship, and service. All of which pioneer leadership, focus on the bond of loyalty, and create high expectations for character development. At Bentley University, the Zeta Rho Chapter enhances and promotes each member's development and learning by focusing on these core values that make our sisterhood thrive. In addition to our academic achievement and involvement on our campus and in our community, we hold a special place in our hearts for our philanthropy, the Alpha Phi foundation, which supports women's heart health.
Gamma Phi Beta
Gamma Phi Beta embodies its four core values of love, learning, labor, and loyalty. The genuine bond created between sisters is strengthened even further through each of our sisterhood and philanthropy events. Gamma Phi Beta’s philanthropic mission is to build strong girls, which we do by supporting our philanthropic partner, Girls on the Run. We provide support both financially as well as through community service. Our chapter currently holds the highest GPA out of all of Greek Life at Bentley, achieving a 3.45 cumulative average last semester. The sisters of Gamma Phi continue to build strong girls both outside as well as within the chapter.
Kappa Delta is Bentley’s newest sorority, founded in November with 81 members. We also partner with a local girl scout troop to put on events and teach life skills. Our platform is based on instilling confidence within each-other. Check out this video to see how the KD sisters are staying connected even while they are apart!
Phi Sigma Sigma
Phi Sigma Sigma centers around three shared ideals – sisterhood, scholarship and service. Each sister makes a commitment to live up to these values, demonstrated by our endless support of each other, pledge to academic excellence, and contributions to our philanthropies. We are a dynamic, principled, passionately committed group of women from around the world who define ourselves not by our distinct differences, but by what we have in common.
Alpha Gamma Pi
Alpha Gamma Pi is the longest running tradition at Bentley University, established in 1924 with the goal of uniting a brotherhood that would extend far beyond college. This Fraternity prides itself on fostering leaders not only in the classroom but in the community as well. Each semester AGP hosts philanthropy events to raise money for organizations such as the Second Chance Animal Shelter along with having many brothers participate in Habitat for Humanity throughout the year. AGP is more than just an organization, it is a brotherhood with never-ending benefits for which membership extends a lifetime. Beyond gaining a second family, many brothers secure internships and jobs through the alumni network. Alpha Gamma Pi is committed to supporting it’s members and the community academically, socially, and philanthropically.
Delta Kappa Epsilon
Delta Kappa Epsilon is a fraternity that aims to promote good leadership and citizenship. Through various philanthropic events and community service we bond as brothers and further our fraternal agenda. Aside from community relations, we also emphasize the importance of academics paired with enjoying one’s college experience.
Founded in 2008, the Pi-Kappa Chapter of Kappa Sigma is dedicated to four pillars: scholarship, fellowship, leadership and service. Above all, its membership is based on one fundamental idea: friendships may fade away, but brotherhood is for life. With over 320 chapters, 20,000 undergraduates and 200,000 living members across North America, Kappa Sigma is the largest, most formidable social fraternity in the world.
The Sigma Chi Lambda Upsilon Chapter at Bentley prides itself on its commitment towards bettering both our campus and surrounding community. Past fundraisers and events include preparing meals at the Greater Boston Food Bank, helping assemble care packages for underprivileged youth through Cradles to Crayons, and raising nearly $20,000 through the Hairless for Huntsman cancer fundraiser. Many brothers in Sigma Chi are also involved in a wide variety of extracurricular activities on campus, ranging from E-Board of the Bentley Investment Group to Orientation Leader.
Sigma Gamma Delta
The brothers of Sigma Gamma Delta pride themselves on holding one another and the Bentley community to the highest standard. Our brothers embody this excellence in their everyday life, in the classroom, the Greek community, and the community at large. This is shown through the FSL Standards Program, as Sigma Gamma Delta has been awarded the highest status, Platinum, every semester since the program's inception. Additionally, the organization aims to create a cohesive brotherhood that will stand the test of time. In unity is strength!
Sigma Pi Iota-Theta Chapter is an organization of future business leaders; committed to brotherhood, academic excellence, and giving back to the community surrounding us. Sigma Pi is an international organization, with Chapters stretching across universities all over North America. Being the newest fraternity at Bentley University; chartered in 2009, we consistently try to lead by example. This leadership can be seen through our comprehensive academic and career development programs that allow us to maintain one of the highest FSL GPAs on campus, and guide our Brothers down career paths following their Bentley experience. Most importantly, our Brotherhood is like a second family, and we each have the utmost respect and care for one another.
Interested in Starting a Culturally-Based Fraternity or Sorority?
Bentley has a request process for considering the addition of other culturally-based campus-based and city-wide fraternities or sororities. Groups must be affiliated with one of the following: National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO), National Multicultural Greek Council (NMGC), or National Asian Pacific Islander American Panhellenic Association (NAPA). Please contact Matt Galewski, Senior Associate Director of SP&E, if you have questions about this process or are interested in affiliating with any of the above three organizations.