Mission & Purpose
Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) on the New York Tech, Long Island Campus provides affiliated members with powerful and rewarding co-curricular experiences that foster a community of care leadership and social development.
Through our shared community values identified as S.E.L.F. - Service, Education, Leadership, and Family, FSL partners with our community stakeholders to enhance the holistic development of students through Greek membership.
Our staff works with affiliated members to provide mentorship as well as educational and cultural programs that meet their needs beyond the classroom.
We, as a Fraternity and Sorority Life community, practice four pillars of values identified as S.E.L.F. We are first and foremost a community of brothers and sisters, but we are individuals working towards educational, professional, personal, and communal development.
Service - We ensure that organizations are not only focused and dedicated to serving their national and/or local philanthropic causes but take part in the community. Through these actions, we are able to provide service to our Society, but also service to our individual Selves.
Education - Our commitment to excellence in our professional and educational endeavors, we strengthen the bond between leaders while maximizing and appreciating personal development. By Committing ourselves to our Mind and focusing on our individual growth, we become stronger as individuals and as a community.
Leadership - We define leaders as brothers and sisters who have overcome challenges and have proven to be the best at setting examples. Through Integrity and Esteem, leaders demonstrate maturity, responsibility, growth, and communication. These students have developed a balance between education, service, and friendship.
Family - As a Community, we rely on and trust in one another by joining a brotherhood or sisterhood. We appreciate and incorporate diversity, equality, and inclusion while preserving our History and Purpose of Fraternity and Sorority Life on NYIT Long Island Campus.