Office of Greek Affairs

Office of Greek Affairs

Assistant Dean of Students for Greek Affairs

Bloomsburg University's Greek Life

Gretchen Osterman
348 Kehr Union Building


The Greek community at Bloomsburg University is comprised of a diverse group of fraternities and sororities, each of which offer all students the chance to find a group to match their values and personalities. Fraternities and sororities offer lifetime opportunities for friendship, service to the community, leadership and scholarship.

Bloomsburg University's Greek Life

BU recognizes 25 Greek organizations — 13 sororities and 12 fraternities. Regardless of the fraternity or sorority, membership in a Greek organization will enhance BU experience.

BU's Greek community is dedicated to providing an enriching experience to students participating in fraternities and sororities. Greek organizations offer a broad experience at BU. Each fraternity and sorority requires registration for the recruitment process. Once you complete the registration, events will be forwarded to you.

Tri Sigma helps children's hospital

Patients at Geisinger’s Janet Weis Children’s Hospital will face an easier transition into certain treatment thanks to Bloomsburg University’s Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority, who recently helped the local hospital land a $2,210 grant for needed teaching aides.

Sigma Sigma Sigma

The children’s hospital will use the grant to purchase MediKin dolls, overlays and toy models of equipment — items that help prepare patients and their families for medical treatment, such as dialysis and oncology.

Funding will be provided through a local Robbie Page Memorial (RPM) Grant via the Sigma Sigma Foundation.

As a national organization, Sigma Sigma Sigma’s motto is “Sigma Serves Children.” In 1951, the sorority established the RPM Fund for Polio research projects. When a cure for Polio was discovered, the purpose of the RPM shifted focus to play therapy. The foundation helps hundreds of children annually through the RPM Fund.