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Social & cultural fraternities, sororities and social fellowships are student organizations whose primary purpose is the personal development of their members, as distinguished from honorary, professional, departmental and service fraternities.
Some fraternities and sororities are culturally and/or community based. Social/cultural fraternities and sororities may select members according to subjective criteria consistent with the University’s nondiscrimination policies. Unlike most other student organizations, membership in a social/cultural fraternity or sorority is normally a lifetime affiliation, and generally students are not permitted to be initiated into more than one social/cultural fraternity or sorority.
Social/cultural fraternities and sororities promote intimate relationship bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood, and members typically refer to fellow members as “brothers” or “sisters.”
Social/cultural fraternities and sororities typically have rituals and creeds which promote the ideals such as friendship, loyalty, academic achievement and intellectual development, service to the community and the alma mater, honor and integrity, leadership and personal responsibility. http://www.albany.edu A fraternity is defined as a group of people united in a relationship, having some common interests, activity, and purpose. It is a brotherhood, as the members usually say, of people at a college or university usually characterized by Greek letters.
For members, fraternity means brotherhood, unity, friendship, trust and acceptance. It means meeting new people, sharing interests and accepting others' as well. It helps in building confidence and character because they believe that a fraternity gives a certain kind of protection. It gives the feeling of security and importance.
It is somewhat comparable to gangs as they are both organization of people.…...

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