Sending a child to college can be a challenging and stressful time in a parent's life. While at Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, your child will encounter many opportunities to become involved outside their classroom experience. It is important that you, their parent, be educated about the enriching experience that your child will find by being involved in a fraternity or sorority at Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi.
Please review our FAQs for Parents here. We have compiled some great information for you, and we encourage you to be involved in your student's experience.
Please note that unrecognized groups are considered dangerous and students should not accept membership into ANY group that is not listed as recognized on our website. Unrecognized groups endanger the physical, mental, and academic well-being of members as they are unregulated and do not follow University policies and risk management standards.
For more information about the policies regulating social events, contact the Student Activities Office. If students, parents and/or community members have questions or concerns about the fraternity and sorority system, specifically in regards to disruptive behaviors, alcohol, and hazing activities, please consider one of the following options:
- contact the chapter leadership at the chapter(s) in question
- contact the Student Activities Office during office hours, Monday through Friday
- contact the Student Engagement and Success Office during office hours, Monday through Friday
Student Activities Office 825-2707
Student Engagement and Success Office 825-2612